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Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management is the handling of the entire production flow of a good or service from raw materials to final product delivery. Supply chain managers plan, source, organize products and see them through the manufacturing process, and coordinate the logistics of product delivery and returns. 

The number of jobs in supply chain management is expected to grow at an estimated rate of 13% in the Lehigh Valley and 28% nationally. Moravian’s School of Business and Economics will prepare you to meet this strong and continued demand for professionals in supply chain management!


Supply Chain Management Major

Moravian’s Supply Chain Management major requires students to complete 15 units of coursework. All undergraduate students in the School of Business and Economics will take the same set of eight core courses and Supply Chain Management majors will take another seven units of coursework in business operations, analytics, and supply chain.

  • ACCT 157: Financial Accounting
  • ECON 152: Principles of Economics
  • ECON 156: Economic and Business Statistics  -OR-  MATH 107: Elementary Statistics
  • FIN 231: Managerial Finance
  • ECON 225: Intermediate Microeconomics
  • BUS 155: Business and Society
  • MATH 108: Functions and Derivatives
  • BUS 252: Using Data in Business Decision Making

  • MKTG 151: Marketing Management
  • ACCT 213: Managerial Accounting
  • MKTG 275: Marketing Analytics
  • BUS 324: Operations Management
  • BUS 445: Supply Chain Management
  • BUS 447: Supply Chain Management Logistics Systems 
  • BUS 449: Supply Chain Management Technology

Program Highlights


4+1 Program

The 4+1 program provides our undergraduate students the opportunity to earn two degrees in one stop. Couple your undergraduate degree with any one of our four business master’s degrees. How? You’ll begin taking graduate-level courses in your senior year to help you transition into a full, final year of graduate studies.



An internship is an opportunity to apply theory to practice. It’s a chance to gain perspective on what you learned in the classroom, self reflect, and 'try it out' before graduation. Moravian students have interned at national and regional organizations including Independence Blue Cross and Disney World. Moravian students have also interned at amazing Lehigh Valley-based companies including Air Products, B Braun Medical, Boys and Girls Club of Bethlehem, Crayola, and many more.

SOAR student


Students in all areas of study are encouraged to participate in research and explore their passions at Moravian. Opportunities consist of the Honors Program, InFocus, and Student Opportunities for Academic Research (SOAR).

Student travel

Study Abroad

Sophomore year is the perfect time for a study abroad opportunity, or, as we like to call it, a “Global Greyhound Trip.” The Elevate experience includes a faculty-led trip to one of our featured destinations, like the Czech Republic or Costa Rica, at little to no extra cost to students!

Career Opportunities

Supply chain manager is classified as a Bright Outlook occupation by the U.S. Department of Labor (DoL) meaning a job growth projection in the U.S. of at least 8% through 2031. Moravian’s program prepares students for careers such as: 

  • Industrial Production Managers
  • Logisticians  
  • Logistics Analysts  
  • Logistics Engineers  
  • Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers 

According to the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation (LVEDC), manufacturing is the Lehigh Valley’s top economic sector with an annual economic output of $8.4 billion. Employment in manufacturing in the Lehigh Valley grew at a rate 11 times faster than for the US over the last five years.

Businesses operating warehouses in the Lehigh Valley include QVC, Amazon, WalMart, Ocean Spray, Uline, Stuffed Puffs, and more!

The School of Business and Economics is a member of the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).