Supply Chain Management Concentration

The supply chain management concentration is for students who wish to focus on the supply chain functions within an organization. These functional areas include logistics (transportation management and scheduling), procurement (purchasing and materials management), effective resource management (lean manufacturing and lean supply chain management), and the three pillars of sustainable chains (people, profit, and planet).

For this concentration, students complete a total of eighteen (18) credit hours including nine (9) credit hours in required concentration core courses and nine (9) credit hours in concentration electives. 

Supply Chain Management Concentration Required Courses
SCMT 3410SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT3
SCMT/MKT 4380INDUSTRIAL PURCHASING AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT3
SCMT 4350GLOBAL SOURCING AND INNOVATION3
Supply Chain Management Concentration Elective Courses
Select 9 credit hours from the following:9
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
INTERMEDIATE MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
ADVANCED MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
TRANSPORTATION ANALYSIS
INTRODUCTION TO ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT OF QUALITY AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
CHANNELS OF DISTRIBUTION
BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MARKETING
SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYTICS
MANAGERIAL NEGOTIATION STRATEGIES
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
Total Credits18

Secondary Concentration in Supply Chain Management

A secondary concentration in supply chain management, as a supplement to another BSBA concentration, may be obtained by completing SCMT 3410 plus nine (9) credit hours of specified SCMT courses.  Students must meet all prerequisites to enroll in SCMT 3410 . At least one of the courses must be SCMT 4380  or SCMT 4350.  To fulfill the additional six (6) credit hours of upper-division courses (3000 or 4000 level) required for the secondary concentration in supply chain management, any course approved for the supply chain management concentration may also be used for the secondary concentration in supply chain management.  A grade of C (2.00) or better is required in each course to apply to the secondary concentration in supply chain management.