2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Jul 31, 2021  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived]

Operations and Supply Chain Management Major

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(69 credits)

In this age of globalization, supply chain management professionals actively operate at the hub of an organization, interacting regularly with all other business segments in the firm, including sales and marketing, finance and human resources, and suppliers and customers located around the world. This ensures that the desired product/service is available to the customer in the right condition and quantity and at the right time, place, and cost. Efficient performance of this function needs the coordination of sourcing, logistics, production operations, inventory management, and information technology in a cost effective manner. By integrating critical value-added components like manufacturing operations, purchasing, logistics and physical distribution to enhance global competitiveness, students receive a solid foundation for careers in the management of today’s data-driven global supply chain operations.

Required Courses for Operations and Supply Chain Management Majors (15 credits):

Electives (choose 9 credits from):

Operations and Supply Chain Management

 OSCM courses numbered 400 and above and not used as a requirement

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