The Supply Chain Management major encompasses the strategic planning, design, operations, and improvement of all activities involved in the procurement, manufacture, and delivery of goods and services. Competition in the 21st Century is characterized as competition between supply chains rather than competition between individual companies. This makes Supply Chain Management (SCM) one of the most important jobs in industry. This major is designed to prepare the student with cross-functional skills for linking major business processes, paving the way for job opportunities in scheduling, inventory management, customer service, project management and procurement.
Courses required for the major are:
The curriculum sheets are available for download below.
Please choose carefully. Students in the 2010 Freshman class and continuing students who have not taken any 300 level business courses as of the start of school Fall, 2010 should choose the newer, 2010 curriculum sheet(s).
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