Undergraduate - Global Supply Chain Management

Clarkson University

Major in Global Supply Chain Management

Global Supply Chain Management majors take 42 credits of foundation coursework in business such as accounting, economics, mathematics, marketing, operations, organization behavior and entrepreneurship, and 27 credits of specialized business courses to satisfy the degree requirements. Eighteen credit hours of electives are also required for completion of the degree, and since 50 percent of the coursework must be taken outside the Reh School of Business, most electives will be courses taken in other disciplines at Clarkson, such as engineering or sciences. GSCM majors take courses such as:

  • Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Design & Management
  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Project Management
  • Quality Management & Lean Enterprise
  • Management of Technology
  • Global Sourcing and Supply Chain Design
  • Industrial Supply Chain Economics
  • Marketing Research
  • Retail Marketing & New Product Development

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Location
  • United States of America
Type

Academic Degree

Qualification

Bachelor Degree

Duration

Long (+12 months)

Language
  • English
Attendance
  • In-Person

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