Supply Chain Management, B.S.B.A.

Program Learning Goals in Business Supply Chain

Students will have:

  • Knowledge of supply chain management and supply chain.
  • Skills necessary to identify opportunities and challenges associated with supply chain management.
  • Ability to differentiate acceptable supply chain management practices from unacceptable supply chain management practices.
  • Ability to apply supply chain management concepts to improve operational effectiveness and efficiency.

The SCM curriculum complements other business majors. The supply chain management major intends to provide students with the foundational knowledge, skills, and abilities to pursue these goals. Knowledge, skills, and abilities reflect current thinking in the education discipline; knowledge refers to what students know, skills refers to what students can do, and abilities refers to things students can do in a more complex and lasting way, often combining knowledge and skills.

Major Requirements

A total of 61 - 64 credit hours, as described below:

Business Core

41 credit hours, including MHR 461. A complete listing of the Business Core can be found under the Graduation Requirements for the Boler School.

Major Courses

Two required courses:

SCM 328SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS

3

SCM 440PROBLEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

3

 

Two courses chosen from:

 
SCM 330PURCHASING

3

SCM 350SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSPORTATION

3

SCM 361GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN

3

SCM 405CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

3

TO COMPLETE THE MAJOR, STUDENTS WILL CHOOSE EITHER THE MARKETING PATHWAY OR THE DATA ANALYSIS PATHWAY:

Marketing Pathway

 
MK 302APPLIED CONSUMER INSIGHTS

3

MK 309CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND TACTICS

3

MK 402MARKET ANALYSIS

3

Data Analysis Pathway

 
BI 341ADVANCED DATA-DRIVEN DECISION-MAKING

3

BI 371BUSINESS DECISION OPTIMIZATION

3

MHR 483PROJECT MANAGEMENT

3

Total Credit Hours: 21