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College of Business

Supply Chain Management Minor

The Supply Chain minor program provides the opportunity for the student to gain knowledge and skills in the full spectrum of supply chain activities-supplier relationships, purchasing management, operations and inventory management, logistics and transportation, quality management, and information technology. Typical job titles include: purchasing/supply manager, procurement manager, materials manager, demand planner, logistics analyst as well as others.

Required Courses (35 Credits)

  • ECON 130 or MATH 130- Foundations for Business Analytics or Finite Mathematics
  • ECON 201- Principles of Economics Micro
  • SCM 310 - Supply Chain Management
  • SCM 425 - Procurement and Supply Management
  • SCM 435 - Supply Chain Operations
  • SCM 475 - Global Trade and Supply Chain Management

Elective Courses (Minimum of 5 credits of the following)

  • ACCT 305 - Cost Accounting
  • BUS 490 - Cooperative Education
  • MGT 484 - International Management
  • SCM 302 - Supply Chain Bootcamp (2 credits)
  • SCM 420 - Lean/Six Sigma Processes
  • SCM 450 - Logistics and Transportation
Students must be a declared major before they can declare this minor.
By providing my initials and submitting this form, I understand and agree that the above courses are now, upon acceptance, part of the graduation requirements for my minor. In addition, I understand I must earn a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 in the above courses to receive the minor.

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