Logistics and Supply Chain Management Major

Dynamic entrepreneurship. Rock-solid planning. Game-changing process improvement.

Success in business requires a balance of relationship management and smart, data-driven decision-making. Take the first step–study logistics and supply chain management (LSCM) at USC Upstate.

You’ll gain essential skills you can apply to any LSCM industry. From purchasing and inventory control to operations and customer relationship management, you’ll be equipped to drive economic growth and development.

This hands-on, one-year concentration is part of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program. Your engaged learning experiences will empower you to land a competitive career.

Big dreams. Smart strategies. Tomorrow begins at Upstate.

Top Talent in a Booming Industry

Secure a sought-after supply chain management career in a thriving company. Get ready to take the lead.

Be Ready for Anything

Today’s professionals in LSCM must have the flexibility to tackle challenges at a moment’s notice, while also forecasting future obligations. Learn how to negotiate this tricky balance.

Inspire Transformational Change

Goods and services must be delivered on time and on budget – and with superior results. Gain the skills to lead teams of diverse talent and maximize strategic initiatives.


Push the Limit of Possibility

Optimizing supply chain processes requires agility and resilience. Develop the savvy and grit to succeed.

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Prove Your Prowess 

Get skills and experience you need to succeed in a career of your choosing with an enterprising, ambitious undergrad degree in LSCM.

Learn by doing at Upstate. Build powerful fundamentals for careers with global manufacturers. Get the experience you need to get your dream job.

Top-tier faculty. State-of-the-art subjects. Versatile career paths.

Faculty of accomplished business leaders with executive experience at companies like BMW, Michelin, Draexlmaier, adidas Group, and many others.

Internship connections with dozens of global industries and thousands of local employers.

High-tech learning environment with “smart” classrooms and distance learning facilities.

Personalized advising and career services.

Department Contact Information

For questions about the AEF department or your application status, please email admissions-msba@uscupstate.edu.

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Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Management 
Jim O'Connor
Phone: 864-503-5588
Email: joconnor@uscupstate.edu

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Program Information
Chiang, Chung-Yean
Phone: 864-503-5652
Email: cchiang@uscupstate.edu

Mailing Address

Department of Management, Entrepreneurship & Marketing
College of Business and Economics
160 East St. John Street
Spartanburg, SC 29306