Supply Chain Management

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A recent study cited supply chain management (SCM) as one of the three most important management practices for determining world class performance. This minor, open to all university students, provides an understanding of SCM as a key business strategy, and it develops tools for integrating key functions of procurement, production, marketing, logistics, accounting, and IS, leading to successful operation of the entire SCM process. You will be exposed to career opportunities in this field.

Minor Information

  • 21-22 credit hours
  • Open to all majors
  • Students are only able to declare one minor in the Department of Management
  • Satisfies the thematic sequence requirement for non-business majors
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Minor Requirements

Select one of the following:

  • ISA 225
  • STA 261
  • STA 301
  • STA 368

Required:

  • MGT 302
  • MGT 432
  • MGT 498
  • MKT 291
  • MGT 431

Select one of the following:

  • ISA 303
  • ISA 321
  • MGT 451
  • MGT 453
  • MKT 412
  • MKT 415