Major in Supply Chain Management
For the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management
The Supply Chain Management Major studies the movement of materials from their procurement as raw material, parts or components through the manufacturing or processing sector to the marketing and distribution of end products for industrial or commercial users. The Supply Chain Management Major is available only to qualified students based upon application and personal interview. For more information, contact the Director of the Supply Chain Management Program.
In addition to the Supply Chain Management Major requirements, Business Administration students must also fulfill the University's General Education requirements and the College of Business Core Courses requirements (for more detail, refer to the College of Business Undergraduate Section).
Students are required to complete an approved internship to graduate with the Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management degree.
|BADM 324||Purchasing and Supply Mgmnt (Prerequisite: Credit or current enrollment in BADM 320)||3|
|BADM 327||Marketing to Business and Govt (Prerequisite: BADM 320)||3|
|BADM 335||Supply Chain Management Basics||3|
|BADM 336||Modeling the Supply Chain (Prerequisite: BADM 335) 1||3|
|BADM 337||Practicum in Supply Chain Mgt||3|
|BADM 350||IT for Networked Organizations||3|
|BADM 375||Business Process Management||3|
|BADM 378||Logistics Management||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Marketing Research (Prerequisite: BADM 320)|
|Database Design and Management|
|Management Decision Models (Prerequisite: ECON 203)|
|Business Process Improvement|
The internship must be completed prior to enrollment into the BADM 336 course and a report on the internship must be submitted.