Management, B.S. - Supply Chain Concentration

The business discipline of supply chain management (SCM) represents the integration of logistics, distribution, and purchasing. Within the U.S., supply chain professionals manage over one trillion dollars of logistics costs involved with freight transportation, warehousing, and inventory holding costs. In today’s global economy, the efficient and timely coordination of worldwide supply chains is critical to business success. Jobs are available with shippers (i.e. logistics planner, warehouse manager), transportation companies (i.e. trucking and railroad operations), and intermediaries such as customs brokers and logistics management firms. For more information, contact Jim Kling, Ph.D., at  

Course Work Required

Three Courses in Managing Operations and People
LAW 205Legal Env of Business3
MGT 160Management Principles3
MGT 240Human Resource Management3
Two Courses in Economics
ECO 102Principles of Microeconomics3
ECO 103Principles of Macroeconomics 23
Two Courses in Accounting
ACC 111Financial Accounting3
ACC 112Management Accounting3
One Course in Marketing
MKG 181Principles of Marketing3
Two Courses in Operations
MGT 390Information Systems for Business3
MGT 220Operations & Supply Chain3
One Course in Finance
FIN 320Corporate Finance I3
Four Courses in Quantitative Analysis
CIS 232Microcomputer Applications for Business 13
MAT 107Business Calculus I 14
or MAT 106 Intro College Math
MAT 201Business Statistics I 13
ECO 231Business Analytics3
One Senior Capstone Course
MGT 460Bus Strategy & Policy3
Two Experiential Management Electives (choose 2 of 4)
MGT 308E Commerce Essentials3
MGT 315Leadership and Teamwork3
MGT 318Entrepreneurship3
MGT 351Adv. Excel Business Modeling3
Five SCM Concentration Courses
Supply Chain Logistics
Procurement and Supplier Management (Purchasing)
Transportation Systems and Simulation
Global Supply Chain Management
Logistics Technology and Cases
Three Business Electives
Select any three Business Elective courses of MGT, MKG, FIN, ECO, ACC, BUS (May Include Co-op and MBA options)9
And the Following Courses Outside the College of Business
Nine Niagara University General Education Foundation Courses27
Four Distribution Courses12
ENG 231Business Communication3
Three Elective Courses outside the College of Business9
Total Credits121

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