Supply Chain Managment

Is Supply Chain Management the right fit for me?

Supply Chain Managers are a special breed - innovative enough to think creatively, yet meticulous enough to forecast the big picture. Are you thorough? Do you enjoy long-term planning? The Supply Chain Management major is a rigorous program open only to select students - you'll need to fill out an application and interview with faculty to ensure it is the major for you.

A minimum 3.25 GPA is required to apply to the program. Download the application form here. Return your completed application to 350 Wohlers Hall along with a copy of your resume.

What courses will I take?

Some of the courses you might take include:

  • Purchasing
  • Marketing to Business and Government
  • Logistics Management
  • Information Technology Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Business-to-Business Selling

What kind of job will I get when I graduate?

Your blend of analytical and creative thinking abilities will get you a position with a consulting, manufacturing, or logistics company. You will start as an analyst or project manager working on supply chain related projects.

Who recruits Supply Chain majors?

  • Bearing Point
  • Boeing
  • Caterpillar
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Grainger
  • IBM Global Consulting

Required Courses

Hours Course # Course Name
3 BADM 324 Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
(Prerequisite: Credit or current registration in BADM 320)
3 BADM 327 Marketing to Business and Government
(Prerequisite: BADM 320)
3 BADM 335 Supply Chain Management Basics
3 BADM 336 Modeling the Supply Chain**
(Prerequisite: BADM 335)
3 BADM 337 Practicum in Supply Chain Management
3 BADM 350 Information Technology for Networked Organizations
3 BADM 375 Business Process Management
3 BADM 378 Logistics Management
     
Choose one of the following:
     
3 BADM 322 Marketing Research
(Prerequisite: BADM 320 and ECON 202)
3 BADM 328 Business-to-Business Selling
(Prerequisite: BADM 320)
3 BADM 352 Database Design and Management
3 BADM 374 Management Decision Models
(Prerequisite: ECON 203)
3 BADM 377 Project Management
3 BADM 379 Business Process Improvement
     
*The Supply Chain Management program is open only to qualified students based upon application and personal interview. For more information, contact the Director of the Supply Chain Management program.
**Internship must be completed prior to taking this course and a report on the internship must be submitted.
***Students are required to complete an internship to graduate with this major.

For more information on the Supply Chain Management major, please visit their website.