Academic Catalog

2019-2020 Edition

Concentration in Supply Chain Management

The concentration in Supply Chain Management provides a specialization for students in majors such as Business Administration and Organizational Leadership. Large and small logistics companies seek analysts, business process engineers, and scheduling managers who can develop more effective supply chains to improve profitability.  Logistics decision making is key to updating global supply chains which can quickly become outdated due to the constantly changing business environment.

Requirements

Requirement Title Credits
SCM 310Quality Management3
SCM 320Transportation and Distribution Management3
SCM 400Strategic Warehouse Management3
SCM 410Procurement and Strategic Sourcing3
SCM 420Consumer Value Ecosystem3

The Supply Chain Management concentration cannot be paired with the B.S. degree in Supply Chain Management.