Prepare for an In-Demand Career

Prepare for success in one of the most in-demand specializations in today’s business world in Rider’s AACSB-accredited program. Rider’s interdisciplinary approach will leave you with the skills you need to succeed.  

By the Numbers

Top 2

Ranked supply chain curriculum in the nation in 2018 by Gartner, Inc.


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Placement in supply chain jobs after graduation

A Career That Takes You Places

Because GSCM is such a broad field, our GSCM graduates find a wealth of different career tracks that offer both financial rewards and personal satisfaction.

Common Careers

  • Logistics or Supply Chain Analyst
  • Supply Chain Analytics Specialist
  • Buyer
  • Production Planner
  • Transportation Planner or Analyst
  • Procurement Specialist
  • Warehouse or Plant Supervisor
  • Network Planner
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I was able to apply the business skills I learned at Rider to real-world supply chain situations.
Michael Holmstrom '11
Global Supply Chain Management (B.S.B.A.)
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Major Requirements

Our interdisciplinary 120-credit program focuses on core business principles and strategies and also gives you the flexibility to focus on your interests.

Start Strong to Make it Big

Every global supply chain management major gains valuable hands-on experience through one or more internships or co-ops at firms such as Church & Dwight, Estée Lauder, Becton Dickinson, Johnson & Johnson, L’Oreal and Pfizer.

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How to Apply

View requirements, application deadlines and steps to apply.

Land Your Dream Job

Rider graduates in-demand. A degree from Rider will open doors and allow you to harness your wildest dreams.

Current Employers Include

  • Amazon
  • Church & Dwight
  • Estée Lauder
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • L’Oréal
  • Pfizer

Engaged Learning

Learning by doing. That’s the driving principle behind Engaged Learning at Rider. It’s where theory meets practice, giving you the opportunity to apply the knowledge, skills and insights you’ve gained in the classroom to real-world situations and professional settings.

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Transferring to Rider

Interested in transferring to Rider for business?

Visit the Community College Agreements page to see the community colleges Rider partners with and the courses that transfer for each major.


Global Supply Chain Management (B.S.B.A.)

Tan Miller

Professor; Director, Global Supply Chain Management Program

Information Systems, Analytics and Supply Chain Management

Sweigart Hall 377

[email protected]


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