School of Economic Management

30.August, 2021

Supply Chain Management Program

The supply chain is a network chain structure composed of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and end-users. Supply chain management is the coordination and integrated management of supply chain logistics, information flow, and capital flow, to maximize the overall profit of the supply chain. So far, there are 39 colleges and universities offering Supply Chain Management programs in China and the CQUE is among the first batch of colleges and universities offering this program in Southwest China. In 2020, the Supply Chain Management program offered by the CQUE started to enroll students.

The program has its distinctive development path, which is to introduce new technologies such as big data, blockchain, and artificial intelligence into the courses, and help students become professionals in supply chain management. To strengthen students' professional competence and broaden students' employment channels, the program emphasizes the combination of theory and practice, and has established a practical teaching base with well-known enterprises such as Jingdong, Yuantong, and Bank of China, and has established an enterprise-oriented joint training mechanism.

Graduates of the program mainly work at Internet enterprises, FMCG enterprises, computer software and hardware enterprises, production enterprises, financial enterprises, etc. Graduates may also work at government departments or choose to apply for graduate schools.

Figure 1 Schematic diagram of supply chain structure

Figure 2 Average salary of employees in supply chain industry (unit: 1000 yuan)