Supply Chain Management

Concentration Overview

The objective of the concentration in Supply Chain Management (SCM) is to equip students with the management skills needed to be able to manage the flow of goods and services within industries. The movement and storage of raw materials, works-in-process and finished goods all the way from the point of origin to the point of consumption falls within the scope of SCM. Any organization that deals with goods or services is in some way part of this process and therefore part of a supply chain. Since organizations are part of supply chains, they employ supply chain management professionals that strive to reduce materials and transportation costs, while optimizing efficiency through distribution channels.

Courses Required

Core Classes

    • LEAP
    • ENG 121 or ENG 190
    • ENG 123 or ENG 290
    • ENG 200-299 or WRI 276
    • 2 Foreign Language Classes
    • HIS 120
    • POL 151 or POL 161
    • PHL 101 or PHL 190
    • PHL 313
    • THL 101 or THL 190
    • THL 200-399
    • CIS 115
    • Fine Art
    • MTH 111+
    • Science
    • ECO 101 or ECO 102
    • 4 Electives

    Business Division Requirements

    • ECO 101
    • ECO 102
    • ACC 201
    • ACC 202
    • BUS 220
    • BUS 263
    • BUS 264
    • CIS 115
    • MTH 140 or MTH 121
    • BUS 301
    • MKT 311
    • MGT 301
    • CIS 381 or ACC 381
    • PHL 313
    • BUS 320
    • FIN 301
    • BUS 499

    Concentration Requirements

    • SCM 401
    • SCM 410
    • SCM 420
    • CIS 382
    • Choose two of the following.
      • BUS 496
      • BUS 363
      • MKT 495
      • SCM 495
      • CIS 495
    • + Free elective(s), minimum of 4 hours.

    Student Perspective

    Faculty Insight