Graduate Concentration in Supply Chain Management
The concentration in Supply Chain Management is designed to develop leaders who understand (1) how to assess the trade-offs and make the decisions necessary to sustain high quality products and services at lower costs while maintaining the flexibility necessary to adapt and to respond to evolving market trends; and (2) how to coordinate and integrate supply chain solutions across various intra -organizational and inter -organizational interfaces in any business or organization. The minor or concentration not only will provide a strong foundation in supply chain management principles and practices, but also can be tailored to fit the specific needs of students interested in careers across a wide variety of industries. This minor or concentration requires submission of twelve graduate hours of Supply Chain Management coursework. Successful completion of the minor or concentration assumes certain knowledge of business and prior coursework.
Admission to the minor or concentration requires submitting a Curriculum Change Form to the Department and Graduate College and admission to one of these programs:
- Master of Science in Technology Management
- Master of Science in Business Administration
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Science in Accountancy
- Master of Accounting Science
Admission is limited, and acceptance is on a competitive basis.
|BADM 566||Supply Chain Management||2-4|
|BADM 567||Process Management||2-4|
|Select from the following:|
|Planning and Control Systems|
|Seminar in Business Admin (Section OM)|
|Seminar in Business Admin (Section SS)|
|In addition to the concentration requirements, students must also complete the requirements of their major degree.|