Supply Chain/Operations Management Minor

Program Overview

Supply Chain Management is the coordination and integration of the activities that procure materials and services, transform them into intermediate and final products, and deliver them to the customer. It involves the management of:

  • the flow of materials and products;
  • the flow of money;
  • the flow of information;
  • relationships among the organizations comprising the supply chain.

The overall goal of supply chain/operations management is to impact the organization's bottom-line in a positive way while delivering the best services to customers at the lowest possible cost.

The 18-credit Supply Chain/Operations Management Minor helps students begin to understand the is the coordination and integration of the activities that procure materials and services, transform them into intermediate and final products, and deliver them to the customer – processes at the heart of the discipline. The overall goal of supply chain/operations management is to impact an organization's bottom-line in a positive way while delivering the best services to customers at the lowest possible cost.

Course Number Course Name Credits
6500:304 Business Statistics 3
6500:301 Management Principles & Concepts 3
6500:330 Principles of Supply Chain & Operations Management 3
6500:390 Supply Chain Modeling & Decision Making 3
6500:433 Supply Chain Logistics Planning 3
6500:476 Supply Chain Sourcing 3
Total Required Credits 18