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Supply Chain Management

Discover the interconnected nature of the interactions between the flows of data, material, currency, people and equipment.

Why Study Supply Chain Management?

As a supply chain management major at USD, you will discover the interconnected nature of the interactions between the flows of data, material, currency, people and equipment. You will be trained with the skills to seek out the synergy of these flows to improve the supply-chain decisions, deliver value for customers and increase the profitability for the employer.

 

Degrees & Offerings

Supply Chain Management (B.B.A)

Major
  Vermillion Main Campus and Online

A degree in supply chain management will prepare you to work in fields that require anticipating the change and fluctuation of supply chain flows and how those changes effect decisions, policies, supply chain configuration, plant and equipment acquisitions and deployment of employees. You will be trained with the skills to seek out the synergy of these flows to improve the supply-chain decisions, deliver value for customers and increase the profitability for the employer.

Program Details

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With qualities like small class sizes, specialized programs and incredible student opportunities, USD is not your typical university. What makes us unique is what makes your education exceptional.
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Student Opportunities

The academic opportunities available to you extend beyond the classroom. Visit our department webpage for more information about the experiences and resources you can look forward to as a student at USD.

 

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Departments & Facilities

Explore the departments, facilities and centers that contribute to your education in economics and decision sciences.
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Economics & Decision Sciences

Analyzing and applying data is both one of the greatest opportunities and challenges modern business professionals face, and USD's Division of Economics and Decision is there to help you embrace that challenge head on.

Faculty & Staff

Get to know the faculty and staff in the Economics and Decisions Sciences Division. Our faculty are experts in their field, contributing research and scholarship in public policy, labor, micro- and macroeconomics and much more.
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Thomas Tiahrt

Assoc Prof Decision Sciences
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Mike Allgrunn

Professor
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Kathryn Birkeland

Assoc Dean, School of Business
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Chad Birger

Instructor
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David Carr Ph.D.

Chair, ECON & DSCI
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Bart Hanus

Associate Professor
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Alice Liu

Asst. Professor of Finance
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Tom Martin

Instructor Op Mgmnt
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Reed Muehler

Instructor of Managment
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Dan Tracy

Professor
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Sebastian Wai

Assistant Professor
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Mandie Weinandt

Director of CTL
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Gain Real-World Experience

Coyote Business Consulting Group is a student-centered initiative at the USD Beacom School of Business designed to help businesses stay competitive in the state of South Dakota and throughout the region. The program enables student-teams, with the guidance of faculty advisors, to help businesses solve a critical problem for their organization.

Coyote Business Consulting Group is intended to be mutually beneficial for both the students and the businesses. The consulting service will be offered at no charge to businesses and students will have the opportunity to receive academic credits, financial support, and real-world experience. This program is available to all businesses, but a special emphasis will be placed on small businesses, as they are the backbone of the economy.
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Network and Navigate Your Dream Career

Beacom School of Business invites the business community to stay current on business issues through guest speakers, events and networking opportunities that occur throughout the year. We also invite interest from the business, government and not-for-profit community regarding potential partnerships that offer mutual benefits such as:

 

  • Presentations, panels and discussions
  • Student connections, internships and recruiting opportunities
  • Engagement with faculty to share expertise and expand research
  • Support for scholarships and other business school initiatives

Tuition & Costs

USD offers low tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state students, as well as scholarships, financial aid and employment opportunities to help make your education even more affordable.
SD Residents, SD Advantage* & Child of Alumni
MN Residents
Out-of-State
Tuition (30 cr.)
7773
8718.9
11283
Fees (30 cr.)
1659
1659
1659
Books (estimate)
1200
1200
1200
Housing
4454
4454
4454
Food Service
3770
3770
3770
Total

* SD Advantage: The in-state rate is available to residents of South Dakota, Colorado, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and children of alumni of USD.

More About Tuition & Costs

This is an estimated annual cost. Other factors may change the cost of tuition.

Undergraduate Tuition & Costs

Learn more about tuition and fees for undergraduate students and see how your out-of-pocket costs at USD compare to those at other colleges and universities.

Financial Aid

Navigating options for how to pay for college can be challenging, but you are not alone. The Office of Financial Aid will work with you and your family to explore how you can make your college education even more affordable.

Scholarships

USD awards nearly $9.5 million in scholarships each year. View our scholarships to see which ones you may qualify for and how you can apply.

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