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Industry connections

We encourage you to partner with these local chapters for networking and mentoring.

APICS: This professional association for supply chain managers provides research, education and certification programs.

Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals: The CSCMP connects, develops and educates the world’s logistics and supply chain management professionals.

Institute for Supply Management: This nonprofit professional supply management organization has more than 50,000 members worldwide.

Analytics+Supply Chain Incubator Lab for Students (A+SCILS)

New this year, A+SCILS is designed to connect students and faculty with industry leaders. A+SCILS will supervise student experience-based learning in supply chain and analytics in order to generate a talent pool capable of contributing to industry. Students will engage in a relevant curriculum while also being afforded exciting opportunities beyond the classroom to further develop the skills necessary to be successful in their future careers. For information on corporate sponsorship and student application requirements, please contact our department.

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  • I specifically chose the SCMA department because of the incredible staff and passionate professors who truly go the extra mile to show they really care about providing ample opportunity for students to learn, develop, and build professional relationships that will help them graduate into prosperous careers.
    Umair K.
    Class of 2018
VCU expert panel discusses COVID-19 disruptions to supply chain

VCU expert panel discusses COVID-19 disruptions to supply chain

Wednesday, May 6

VCU School of Business professors answered a wide variety of questions about COVID-19 disruptions during Facebook Live.

2019-2020 School of Business Department of Supply Chain & Analytics Award Winners

2019-2020 School of Business Department of Supply Chain & Analytics Award Winners

Monday, May 4

Each year the VCU School of Business departments recognize the outstanding achievements of select students.

Economic uncertainty abounds as effects of the coronavirus escalate

Economic uncertainty abounds as effects of the coronavirus escalate

Monday, March 16

VCU Business professor Jeff Smith talks about the long road to recovery for global supply chains.

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Quick Facts

67%

VCU SCMA graduates reporting starting salaries of more than $60K

$56,000

Average national salary for standard undergraduate degree

25%

Anticipated job growth in supply chain management by 2018

190,000

Data analysts and 1.5 million supply chain managers in the U.S.