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Supply Chain Management m C

The objective of the concentration in Supply Chain Management (SCM) is to equip students with the management skills needed to be able to manage the flow of goods and services within industries. The movement and storage of raw materials, works-in-process and finished goods all the way from the point of origin to the point of consumption falls within the scope of SCM. Any organization that deals with goods or services is in some way part of this process and therefore part of a supply chain. Since organizations are part of supply chains, they employ supply chain management professionals that strive to reduce materials and transportation costs, while optimizing efficiency through distribution channels.

Why Study Supply Chain Management

The knowledge gained from this concentration and the overall business curriculum will prepare students for careers as logistics analysts, transportation managers, purchasing professionals and other logistics and SCM甘肃快3怎么玩不输 related positions. In addition to completing the common core of business classes, students will complete courses in supply chain management, purchasing, transportation, global logistics and warehousing and distribution.

Required Courses

For the Concentration

  • SCM401 Principles of Logistics
  • SCM410 Transportation Management
  • SCM420 Warehousing and Inventory Mgmt
  • CIS382 Database Management Systems
  • Two of the following
    • BUS496 Bus/LSC Internship
    • BUS363 Essentials of Business Analytics
    • MKT495 International Marketing
    • SCM495 Special Topics
    • CIS495 Special Topics

For the Minor

  • BUS263 Business Statistics
  • BUS264 Management Science
  • SCM401 Principles of Logistics
  • SCM410 Transportation Management
  • SCM420 Warehousing and Inventory Mgmt
  • Two of the following
    • CIS382 Database Management Systems
    • BUS363 Essentials of Business Analytics
    • BUS496 Business Internship
    • MKT495 International Marketing
    • SCM495 Special Topics
    • CIS495 Special Topics

Faculty

Dr. Sam Khoury
Division of Business
Burke Library, Room 104
Phone: 251-380-4113
skhoury@shc.edu

Dr. Jennifer Henson
Division of Business
Yenni Hall, Room 303
Phone: 251-380-4116
jhenson@shc.edu

“Students in the Supply Chain Management program will get the hands-on skills they need to be able to manage an organization’s purchasing and material management processes and the flow of products throughout the world. These sought-after skills are highly valued by all types of industries, because they can help reduce waste, improve efficiency and get products to market faster.” - Samir Khoury
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