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The Supply Chain and Logistics Management (SCLM) option, within the Business Administration (BA) undergraduate major, offers students an alternative focus that includes acquiring a solid mastery of international operations and supply chain and logistics management concepts and methods.
This undergraduate option prepares graduates for operations, logistics, procurement and supply chain management in the service and manufacturing industries. In the past two decades, the loss of manufacturing jobs in the U.S. triggered attrition of innovation capabilities across many sectors of the economy contributing to the current anemic economic recovery. The U.S. needs a professionally-trained workforce that is able to manage internal operations and global supply chains in the manufacturing and service sectors and in government agencies. Well-trained operations and supply chain managers are also needed in global companies that operate outside the U.S., including companies that operate in the Asia-Pacific Rim.
Entry Requirements: Admission to professional-school for this option requires earning a 2.50 cumulative GPA in pre-business course work and all pre-business course work either completed with a grade of C– or better or registered to complete.
The Supply Chain and Logistics Management option requires a total of 28 credits beyond the undergraduate business core.
BA 451. Supply and Sourcing Management (4)
BA 454. Lean Enterprise Management and Capstone (4)
BA 459. Manufacturing and Service Operations (4)
BA 478. Supply Chain Analytics (4)
MGMT 364. Project Management (4)
MGMT 455. Influence and Negotiation (4)
MGMT 457. Supply Chain Strategy (4)