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supply chain and international business

maf5000maf5000 Registered User Posts: 34 Junior Member
edited June 2005 in Business Major
I am going into my sophomore year at Penn State University Park. I would first like to mention that the business school is amazing there and we have a new business building that will be open in the fall. Anyway, I am considering a major in supply chain and information systems (formerly logistics). According to US News, Penn State has one of the top 5 supply chain departments in the country. However, I am more interested in international business. Is there a lot I could do with supply chain and international business combined together in the job world or would it be smarter for me to look into accounting or economics?
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Replies to: supply chain and international business

  • taffytaffy - Posts: 2,356 Senior Member
    logistics is the 2nd highest paying major for starting salaries i think.. right behind petroleum engineering. does anybody know the actualy job market for international business, i have that interest too.
  • spn2200spn2200 Registered User Posts: 205 Junior Member
    I am working in Supply Chain for the summer, its quite interesting. BTW I am a Business/ Applied Econ major.
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