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Supply Chain Management, Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)

Office of the Registrar
Bouillon Hall 140
Phone: (509) 963-3001
Fax: (509) 963-1230

Program Description

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management (SCM) is designed for students who have earned an applied science associate’s degree and prepares students for careers as analysts, decision makers and managers in any and all segments of an organization’s supply, production, and distribution chain. Students who complete this program will have a fundamental understanding of the systematic, integrated nature of the creation and delivery of goods and services, and the manner in which the supply, production and distribution chain includes or involves other internal and external entities. Students will be able to solve problems and make decisions in this environment by using concepts from other business administration areas, computing and analytical skills, and appropriate quantitative and qualitative models.

Likely Career Paths

Buyer/Planner, Forecasting or Inventory Analyst, Demand Planner, Logistics Coordinator, Materials Manager, Distribution Specialis

Key Considerations

Course Planning

1st and 2nd Year Courses or Areas of Study
CWU Course # CWU Course Name Transfer Course #
ACCT 251 Financial Accounting ACCT& 201 and ACCT& 202
ECON 201 Principles of Economics - Micro ECON& 201
BUS 241 Legal Environment of Business BUS& 201
BUS 221/MATH Intro Business Statistics MATH& 146

Other options may be available, we recommend viewing the Transfer Equivalency Site (TES) for other acceptable equivalences or contacting us.

Advising Notes

  • Students need to earn an associates in applied science in area associated with logistics, operations, supply chain, business, accounting, or similar field. Please email us at to inquire if your degree area is an approved field.
  • Students must earn a minimum grade of 1.7 in ACCT& 201, ACCT& 202, BUS& 201 and MATH& 146.
  • Students should meet with a CWU College of Business Advisor to discuss general education requirements.
  • Major requirements may change over time; students will be expected to meet the catalog requirements in place at the time they are admitted to the major. Current catalog:

Other Resources

Admissions: 509-963-1211 | |

Financial Aid: 509-963-1611 | |

Scholarship Information: 509-963-1611 | |

Transfer Center: 509-963-1390 | |

Veterans: 509-963-3028 | |

International: +1-509-963-3612 | |