Undergraduate - Supply Chain Management
A new kind of enterprise is emerging—the supply chain. A supply chain is a pipeline of information and materials, frequently global in scope. It includes not only the organization but also the suppliers, buyers, and others with whom it interacts.
An understanding of supply chain management is an asset to any manager, and there is a strong demand for specialists who can comprehend and manage the entire chain. Building on long-established strengths, the undergraduate major offers a solid grounding in this fast-evolving specialty.
As a supply chain management major, you are required to take Supply Chain and Logistics Management (SCM 401) and Supply Chain Management Systems (SCM 402). You’ll choose two other major electives to complete your requirements. The major courses depend on career objectives and should be selected with the assistance of a major advisor. In addition to courses in the catalog, students may elect to take SCM 490 CPIM Independent study. Two management electives are also chosen in consultation with a departmental advisor.
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- United States of America
Bachelor of ScienceDuration
Long (+12 months)Language