The objective of the minor in Supply Chain Management (SCM) is to equip students with the management skills needed to be able to manage the flow of goods and services within industries. The movement and storage of raw materials, works-in-process and finished goods all the way from the point of origin to the point of consumption falls within the scope of SCM. Any organization that deals with goods or services is in some way part of this process and therefore part of a supply chain.
Since organizations are part of supply chains, they employ supply chain management professionals that strive to reduce materials and transportation costs, while optimizing efficiency through distribution channels. Spring Hill College has been named a College of Distinction for its Division of Business and their dedicated faculty and innovative programs.
This program will provide an education that is very quantitative with emphasis on logistic chains and the flow of goods and services. This SCM minor will also give students a deeper understanding of how the supply chain affects other departments and aspects of businesses and how they can work together to become more efficient and effective.
The knowledge gained from this minor and the overall business curriculum will prepare students for careers as logistics analysts, transportation managers, purchasing professionals and other logistics and SCM related positions. Students will be able to analyze logistic situations holistically and provide the optimal solutions.
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