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Bachelor of Business Administration, Supply Chain Management Minor
The major goal of the professional undergraduate business education in the School of Business Administration is to prepare students with an educational foundation for effective and responsible leadership. The undergraduate program’s goal is to graduate self-motivated persons who will be able to absorb and use an ever-growing body of knowledge and changing technology and to serve humanity in an ethical manner.
The undergraduate program has a three-part curriculum. The first is the core curriculum, where students learn written literacy, mathematical competency, and critical reasoning. The second part is the common-body-of-knowledge, consisting of business courses required of all business graduates. The third section is specialization, where students can then pursue Supply Chain Management courses.
The Supply Chain Management minor is open to all undergraduate students, including those outside the School of Business Administration degree programs. The minor requires the completion of eighteen units, including nine units of Supply Chain Management courses. Required courses are Principles of Financial Accounting, Principles of Managerial Accounting, Principles of Microeconomics, Global Purchasing and Supply Management, and Supply Chain Management. Elective courses are Strategic Cost Management and Special Topics in Supply Chain Management.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT COURSES:
BSCM 300 Global Purchasing and Supply Management
BSCM 302 Supply Chain Management
BSCM 303 Strategic Cost Management
BSCM 494 Special Topics in Supply Chain Management
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