Business Emphasis in

Supply Chain Management

Be a Leader of Business Stability

Supply chain management is one of the most important career choices in the world. Everything we purchase gets to store shelves via a supply chain. Without the distribution of resources there would be food and supply shortages throughout the world. Supply chain management integrates supply and demand management within and across companies. It encompasses the supply of materials to a manufacturer, production and the distribution of finished goods through a network of distributors and retailers to a final customer. Careers in supply chain management are on the rise and continually increasing year after year with an excellent job outlook.

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At UW, Green Bay, 77% of accounting majors and 58% of business administration majors participated in an internship prior to graduation.

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A strong professional network is critical to career success and UW-Green Bay will connect you to business professionals to get your network started!

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Thanks to our generous donors, UW-Green Bay and the School of Business award scholarships to students to help cover the cost of pursuing a higher education.

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Program Variety

Many students will pursue more than one undergraduate program in business adding just a few extra courses! We offer master level programs, too.

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UW-Green Bay has excellent teachers, internships, research opportunities, and a great record of placing students into jobs and graduate programs. Learn More

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Technical College Transfer

We accept courses from all Technical Colleges in Wisconsin and have created agreements with specific Associate Degree programs at Gateway Technical College, FVTC, NTC, and NWTC.

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Additional Campuses

Follow a seamless track to earning a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration if you started your coursework at the Manitowoc, Marinette, or Sheboygan locations.

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Study Abroad

Whether it is a semester-long opportunity to study at a University in France in Bordeaux or Paris, a Summer opportunity in Spain, or a three-week opportunity in Mexico, we have places for you to go!

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Get Involved!

We provide a number of student organizations in the Cofrin School of Business. Get involved, meet your peers, step into a leadership role, make friends  and be engaged!

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Amulya Gurtu

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Meet Amulya Gurtu

Dr. Amulya Gurtu is an Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management in the Cofrin School of Business at UW-Green Bay. His research interests are in the areas of supply chain management, inventory management, and logistics management focusing on economic, environmental and social sustainability. More details about Dr. Gurtu can be found on his website.

Dr. Gurtu is also here to help! If you have any questions about the Business Analysis program, please contact us!

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Supply Chain Management Happenings

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General Mills serves ‘Breakfast of Champions’ and more to these UW-Green Bay alumni

General Mills, Inc., is a powerhouse company that produces some of the most recognizable food brands in the nation. And now they have two powerhouse employees — recent UW-Green Bay alumni Jake Ambrosius ’17 and Kailee Smits ’18.  Continue story »

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