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Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management integrates topics from manufacturing operations, purchasing, transportation, and physical distribution into a unified program. The program offers integration among these critical, value-adding components to enhance global competitiveness. The objectives are to provide students with a comprehensive background in each area and also to allow students to pursue concentrations within their areas of interest.

2. Major Field Requirements: 2.0 Minimum GPA Required

  • All of the following
    • SCM 371: Procurement and Supply Chain Management: 3 credits
    • SCM 372: Manufacturing Planning and Control: 3 credits
    • SCM 373: Logistics and Transportation Management: 3 credits
  • One of the following
    • SCM 470: Supply Chain Application and Policy (Tier II): 2 credits
    • SCM 472: Supply Chain Industry Applications (Tier II): 3 credits
  • Four credits from the following major selections.*
    • SCM 460: Procurement Contracting: 1 credit
    • SCM 461: Customs, Compliance & Security: 1 credit
    • SCM 462: End-to-End SCM Simulation Using SCODE: 1 credit
    • SCM 463: SAP Supply Chain applications: 1 credit
    • SCM 474: Negotiations: 2 credits* – or – MGT 475: Negotiation and Conflict: 3 credits
    • SCM 475: Supply Chain Decision Modeling: 2 credits
    • SCM 476: Transportation Management: 2 credits
    • SCM 479: Advanced Topics in Supply Chain Management: 2 credits

*Due to enrollment demand and to assist students’ progression to graduation, students can choose only four credits from the indicated major selections. Students will be dis-enrolled from additional selections.

Not all 400-level courses are offered all semester; see Schedule of Courses for current course offerings.

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