Supply Chain

Basically, Supply Chain Management delivers the right product or services to the right place at the right time while maintaining healthy profit margins. Supply chain managers traditionally work  with internal partners (e.g. sales and finance teams) and external partners (e.g., suppliers, distribution channels).

Supply Chain Management is ever evolving in a global economy, with many technical and logistical capabilities rapidly advancing, making supply chain knowledge a hot job today and well into the future. Those who control the global supply chain in decades to come stand to control the world’s resources.

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The Kelley School of Business seeks to maintain and enhance our reputation with our corporate partners. This Code of Conduct out lines expectations of our students.

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The following guidelines have been established to ensure that undue pressure is not placed on students by employers. We recognize students should have the opportunity to investigate employment options of interest to them when making their career decisions. Kelley Undergraduate …

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Career Outcomes

The information below is based on data collected by Undergraduate Career Services for IU-Bloomington Kelley School of Business majors graduating (or expected to graduate) during the academic year specified, in accordance with national standards.  Data for the current academic year should be considered highly preliminary, as we are still in the process of collecting data for this class.  Check back often, as we plan to update this page regularly with the latest results!

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First Destination

Outcomes for new graduates are referred to as "first destination," as this reflects each student's plan (or status) for the months immediately following graduation from the Kelley School of Business in Bloomington.  Additional details collected for those students whose status is "Employed Full Time" or "Continuing Education" help populate the aggregate charts and lists in the remaining selections, below.

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T 9am - 4pm (Virtual Only)
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Prebys Career Center, Room 0200
1309 E Tenth Street
Bloomington, IN 47405