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Concentration in Supply Chain Management

The objective of the Supply Chain Management concentration is to equip students with the management skills needed to direct the flow of goods and services within industries.

The knowledge gained from this concentration will prepare students for careers as logistics analysts, transportation managers, purchasing professionals and other SCM related positions.

In addition to completing the common core of business classes students will take courses in logistics, transportation, warehousing and distribution and database management systems.

Certificate in Supply Chain Management

The objective of the certificate in Supply Chain Management (SCM) is to expose students to the management skills and processes needed to manage the flow of goods and services within industries. The movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process, and finished goods all the way from the point of origin to the point of consumption falls within the scope of SCM.

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Core Business Curriculum

MGT 301Management Principles
MKT 311Marketing Principles
FIN 301Financial Management
CIS 381Information Systems
PHL 313Business Ethics (CORE)
ECO 101Principles of Macroeconomics (CORE)
ACC 201Principles of Accounting I
ACC 202Principles of Accounting II
CIS 115Applications in Computer Information Systems (CORE)

Courses in the Supply Chain Management Concentration

SCM 401Principles of Logistics and SCM
SCM 410Transportation Management
SCM 420Warehouse and Inventory Management
CIS 382Database Management Systems

Select 2 of the following or approved courses.

BUS 496Business/Logistics Internship
BUS 363Essentials of Business Analytics
MKT 495International Marketing
SCM 495Special Topics
CIS 495Special Topics (Decision Support System with Access and Excel)
MTH 470Mathematical Modeling

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