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Supply Chain Management Major

The Supply Chain Management major prepares students to analyze business problems and participate in the strategic coordination and integration of business functions within an organization as well as with supply-chain partners. Students will learn to make general business decisions and supply-chain specific decisions in the areas of procurement, supplier management, inventory control, operations planning and control, logistics, e-business and demand management.

Program of Study

Overall Major Requirements – 27 senior-level courses from this list:

Course ID Course Name Credits
Major Requirements
SCMT 205Introduction to e-Business3
SCMT 305Transportation Management3
SCMT 307Principles of Quality Management3
SCMT 320Production Planning and Scheduling3
SCMT 322Business Logistics Management3
SCMT 324Purchasing and Supply Management3
SCMT 403Supply Chain Planning and Coordination3
SCMT 407Global Sourcing and Logistics3
SCMT 408Business Negotiations and Supplier Management3
or SCMT 425 Supply Chain Process Management
Elective Requirement
Business Electives6
Non-Business Electives21
Open Electives9
Total Credits63

Course Substitutions

Credit Earned in: May Be Substituted for Credit in Program Course:
ACCT 111 & ACCT 161 ACCT 311
ACCT 218 & ACCT 268 ACCT 322
ENGL 101 ENGL 102 & ENGL 103
MGMT 223 ORGA 330
ORGA 214 ORGA 314
ORGA 233 ORGA 433