Global Supply Chain Management

Our nationally recognized Global Supply Chain Management program cultivates leaders with advanced expertise and direct industry experience. Offered as a major and minor.

Program Overview

Bryant's dynamic interdisciplinary Global Supply Chain Management program offers you distinctive real-world learning; engagement with accomplished industry leaders; and a comprehensive, innovative, and integrative program. You will be an in-demand professional and exceptional leader with a variety of career opportunities.

WATCH: Program Director Chris Roethlein, Ph.D., shares what makes our Global Supply Chain Management program stand out.

  • Explore contemporary topics with award-winning educators with extensive industry backgrounds.
  • Lead a team collaborating with a business partner to develop innovative solutions to real-world supply chain problems.
  • Design your integrative course of study including supply chain analytics, procurement, logistics, forecasting, planning, and global transportation.
  • Sharpen your skills through academic competitions, such as the Bose Supply Chain Collegiate Case Competition.
  • Develop expertise in SAP Software, a leading Enterprise Resource Planning software provider.
  • Set yourself apart by working as a member of a high-functioning student team helping supply chain executives from regional and global companies to solve their supply chain problems in your senior Capstone course, a real-world learning experience where you could save businesses millions.
  • The Wall Street Journal cites Bryant's Supply Chain Management MBA program as among the nation's hottest.

Offered as

Major | Minor

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Course Catalog


  • A strong foundation integrating business, STEM fields and the liberal arts develops critical 21st century skills essential for success and continuous growth in every field.
  • Every student graduates with a major and a complementary minor, gaining a competitive advantage that highlights the acumen and problem-solving abilities cultivated through experiential learning.
  • Whether you begin a career or continue your education after graduation, Bryant credentials prepare impact thinkers who are in high demand and prepared to contribute and make a difference.
Triple Venn Diagram - Business, Liberal Arts, STEM

The Bryant Difference

$64K Salary

Median starting salary of Bryant’s graduates.

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Top 5%

College Factual 2022 ranks our Global Supply Chain Management program in the top 5% in the nation.

Top 1% ROI

For lifetime earnings and ROI -- Georgetown University CEW

Where Our Students Go

Graduates of Bryant's Global Supply Chain Management program are in demand by business, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.

Adidas Group
Dell EMC
Depuy Synthes
FGX International
General Dynamics
General Mills
Hope Global
Rent the Runway
Sikorsky Aircraft
The Travelers Companies
U.S. Army
U.S. Department of Defense



  • Network with 40+ supply chain industry professionals — including Bryant GSCM alumni — at our annual Supply Chain Networking Night.
  • Collaborate with a business to develop solutions to real-world supply chain management problems in the Global Supply Chain Management Practicum.
  • Secure a Global Supply Chain Management internship, available in various sectors, through our nationally recognized Amica Center for Career Education.
  • Discuss career opportunities with recruiters from more than 400 organizations.


  • Bryant Supply Chain Leadership Association
  • College Entrepreneurs' Organization


  • Alternative Spring Break
  • Community Activism and Leadership Organization


  • Sophomore International Experience
  • Study abroad during junior year


  • Conduct in-depth investigation of state-of-the-art supply chain topics in a directed study environment with a faculty advisor
  • Present original research at Research and Engagement Day

Inspired Faculty

Bryant University Professor Chris Roethlein teaches in a classroom full of students.

Inspired Faculty

Our faculty are award-winning educators, mentors, and scholars with industry backgrounds who teach in their areas of expertise. They include an aerospace and OEM industries expert, a former U.S. Air Force Deputy Chief of Transportation, and a former retail buyer and planning manager with extensive forecasting and sales and operations planning. Among them is:


Professor of Management and Global Supply Chain Management Program Director