PSCM Program Outcomes

PSCM Program Outcomes

Students in the Project and Supply Chain Management Program gain knowledge and experience in a wide array of areas and will: 

Receive a broad foundation in:

  • Supply chain principles
  • Project management
  • Business fundamentals


Enhance coursework with:

  • Internship and networking opportunities in the Scranton region
  • Insight from industry guest lecturers
  • Research projects on current Supply Chain Management (SCM) topics or issues
     

Career paths:

The PSCM program qualifies graduates for careers in supply chain operations and project management. Typical employers include manufacturers, warehousing and  distribution companies, information integrators, retailers, transporter and third-party logistics firms, and related consulting firms across both industry and government.

Northeastern Pennsylvania has many such employers, all looking for qualified PSCM professionals. Thus, our region’s industry also provides our PSCM students with opportunities for field experience and networking.
 

Program courses include:

  • Project Management
  • Operations Planning & Control
  • Purchasing & Materials Management
  • Business Forecasting Techniques
  • Project Portfolio Management & Organizations
  • Logistics Systems Analysis & Design
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Business Processes
  • Project Planning & Resource Management
     

Your job title in the PSCM field could be:

  • Project Specialist
  • Production Scheduler
  • Transport Planner/Scheduler
  • Inventory Planner    
  • Warehouse Supervisor
  • Project Manager
  • Delivery Manager
  • Materials Manager
  • Transportation Specialist
  • Logistics Systems Coordinator
  • SAP Analyst
  • Procurement Category Agent
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Project Planner
  • Demand Management Analyst