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Global Supply Chain Management

Our nationally recognized Global Supply Chain Management program cultivates leaders with advanced expertise and direct industry experience.

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Program Overview

Global Supply Chain Management at Bryant

Bryant’s dynamic interdisciplinary Global Supply Chain Management program offers you distinctive real-world learning; engagement with accomplished industry leaders; and a comprehensive, innovative, and integrative program. You will be an in-demand professional and exceptional leader with a variety of career opportunities.

Program Features

  • Explore contemporary topics with award-winning educators with extensive industry backgrounds.
  • Lead a team collaborating with a business partner to develop innovative solutions to real-world supply chain problems.
  • Design your integrative course of study including supply chain analytics, finance, logistics, forecasting and planning, operations management, etc.
  • Sharpen your skills through academic competitions, such as the Bose Supply Chain Collegiate Case Competition.
  • Develop expertise in SAP Software, a leading Enterprise Resource Planning software provider.
  • The Wall Street Journal cites Bryant's Supply Chain Management MBA program as among the nation's hottest.

Cross-Disciplinary Advantage

  • Our nationally acclaimed business foundation cultivates innovative thinking and problem-solving abilities through real-world projects that develop leadership skills.
  • Your liberal arts minor will be a competitive advantage, enriching an immersive education that integrates analytical and critical thinking.
  • Whether you begin your career or pursue grad school after graduation, the credentials of your major and minor distinguish you.


A Bryant Education
Pedro Gamundi '20

Pedro Gamundi '20

  • Global Supply Chain Management
Complementary Minor:
  • Legal Studies

Building academic credentials that will one day help him start his own business.

Hometown: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

More Than a Major

  • Internships
  • Academic Competitions

The Bryant Difference

$59,000 Salary
Median starting salary of Bryant’s Class of 2017 graduates.
94% Agree
94% Agree
Bryant’s Class of 2017 graduates agree that Bryant prepared them for success.
A+ Ranking
College Factual/USA Today give Bryant alumni an A+ ranking for mid-career post-graduation earnings.

Where Our Students Go

Graduates of Bryant’s Global Supply Chain Management program are in demand by business, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.

  • Adidas Group
  • Amazon
  • Bose
  • CVS Health
  • Dell
  • General Dynamics
  • General Mills
  • Hasbro
  • Sikorsky Aircraft
  • TJX
  • Textron
  • Unilever

Experiential Learning Opportunities

Career Education Opportunities

  • Network with 40+ supply chain industry professionals — including Bryant GSCM alumni — at our annual Supply Chain Networking Night.
  • Collaborate with a business to develop solutions to real-world supply chain management problems in the Global Supply Chain Management Practicum.
  • Secure a Global Supply Chain Management internship, available in various sectors, through our nationally recognized Amica Center for Career Education.
  • Discuss career opportunities with recruiters from 100+ prestigious organizations at on-campus career fairs.


    • Bryant Supply Chain Leadership Association
    • College Entrepreneurs Organization


    • Alternative Spring Break
    • Community Activism and Leadership
    • Management 200 service-learning course


    • Sophomore International Experience
    • Study abroad during junior year


    • Conduct in-depth investigation of state-of-the-art supply chain topics in a directed study environment with a faculty advisor
    • Present original research at Research and Engagement Day
Professor Mccarthy

Inspiring Faculty

Our faculty are award-winning educators, mentors, and scholars with industry backgrounds who teach in their area of expertise, including forecasting and demand planning, logistics and transportation, operations management, supply chain analytics; supply chain finance; and supply chain information technology. Among them is:


Associate Professor of Marketing and Global Supply Chain Management Program Coordinator