Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management
Dr. Scott Dellana, Interim Chair
Nora D. Tucker, Administrative Support Associate
3412 Bate Building
Our department offers concentration areas in Marketing or Operations and Supply Chain Management. These programs of study are supported by a faculty committed to teaching excellence and active within the field and community through teaching and research.
Marketing and Supply Chain Management programs are concerned with the creation and delivery of value to customers and organizations. Marketing focuses on developing an understanding of customers and markets, creating products and services based on that understanding, and communicating and delivering the value added. Operations and Supply Chain Management (SCM) focuses on the sourcing, operations, and logistics of products and services. Both areas of study involve the management of relationships.
A marketing concentration prepares students for management careers in advertising, sales, research, distribution, product planning, and international marketing. Supply Chain Management graduates pursue career choices as managers of purchasing, supply chains, inventory, logistics, operations and quality.