COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Sustainable Supply Chain Management
From point A to point B with a sustainable focus
Make a difference by managing the social, environmental, and economic impacts throughout the life-cycle of products and services. This happens at the intersection of sustainability and supply chain management, where you can advance social responsibility, improve efficiency, and drive innovation.
The Louisiana Tech sustainable supply chain management program prepares students to oversee and coordinate all the logistical functions in an enterprise, from acquisitions and purchasing to shipping and transportation with a concentrated focus on sustainability. You’ll also get the opportunity to integrate your classroom learning with real-world application through visits to manufacturing and service facilities throughout the South. Graduate prepared to meet current and future customer needs through the reuse and re-purposing of resources and create a business world where principles and profits go hand-in-hand.
I wanted to be in a major I enjoyed but also in one that challenged me. Supply chain management gives me the opportunity to think logically and truly make an impact on a business. This career path fit me because I am really passionate about making things better. In this field, you are always trying to figure out the most efficient way to do things: whether it be cutting costs, shortening project time, or efficiently utilizing space.
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To view what minors are available to College of Business students, please visit our Minors page. To learn more about the sustainable supply chain management minor, click below.
Supply Chain Club
For students pursuing a major in sustainable supply chain management, this club provides an opportunity to further knowledge on sourcing, logistics, information systems, and strategy as well as gain access to unique opportunities in the field. The club also educates and encourages students in other College of Business majors on the importance of supply chain and operations management in the business world.