Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management
|Course name||Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management|
|Institution||University of Maryland-College Park; Robert H Smith School of Business; Dept of Logistics, Business, and Public Policy|
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|Course objective|| |
Produce outstanding professionals in the field of logistics, transportation and supply chain management.
|General course topics||Variety/range of logistics topics in some detail|
|Specific course topics|| |
Transportation, logsitics and supply chain management, technology applications in supply chain management, and (two of the following courses: supply chain management internship, carrier management, purchasing and inbound logistics, supply chain strategy and network design, or international scm) and (one of the following courses: business computer application programming, operations management, operations research for management desicions, sales management, business and government, electronic marketing), economics.
|Total time commitment||4 Years|
|Focus commodity||Any or other commodity|
|Accredited by||University of Maryland College Park|
|Degree name||Bachelor of Science in Logistics & Transportation (Supply Chain Management)|
|Attendance description|| |
Multiple trips. Full time B.Sc. Program starts in late August through May of the following year for four years.
|Incentives description|| |
|Logistics Topics Coverage % (estimate)||100|
|Pre-requisites description|| |
High school diploma or equivalent
ACT or SAT I test
Four years of English
Three years of mathematics, including algebra I or applied math I & II, formal logic or geometry, and algebra II
Three years of history or social science
Three years of science in at least two different areas, with at least two lab experiences
Two years of a foreign language
|Course fee description|| |
Fee varies by residency status. Please contact the course host for this information.
|Discount description|| |
Merit-based & Need-based & federal loan options available.
|Course included in analysis||No|
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