Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management is the management of global activities to produce goods and services.  As outsourcing of goods and services has increased over the years, the management of these goods and services is necessary to distribute these items in a timely and cost efficient way to satisfy the end user customer.  It is also necessary to manage the quality, sustainability of these items and ensure that these goods and services are produced in a ethically responsible manner.  

Major Requirements:

A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with a major in Supply Chain Management requires the completion of the Elon Core Curriculum as well as the Major Requirements listed below.

Select one course from the following:  4 sh

MTH 1160APPLIED CALCULUS

4 sh

MTH 1510CALCULUS I

4 sh

Additional Core Requirements

ACC 2010PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING

4 sh

BUS 1110GATEWAY TO BUSINESS

4 sh

BUS 2110MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

4 sh

BUS 2210LEGAL AND ETHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

4 sh

BUS 3985INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESS

1-2 sh

BUS 4970STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

4 sh

ECO 1000PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

4 sh

ECO 2300STATISTICS FOR DECISION MAKING

4 sh

FIN 3430PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

4 sh

MGT 3230PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

4 sh

MKT 3110PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

4 sh

Supply Chain Management Major Course Requirements

BUS 3260OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

4 sh

SCM 4310INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS AND DISTRIBUTION

4 sh

SCM 4320SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE - DEMAND PLANNING AND FORECASTING

4 sh

MGT 4110DATA WRANGLING

4 sh

Choose one of the following:  4 sh

ECO 3500BUSINESS ECONOMICS

4 sh

ECO 3100INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY

4 sh

ECO 3200INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY

4 sh

ECO 3110INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND FINANCE

4 sh

ECO 3300INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS

4 sh

Choose two courses from the following:  8 sh

MGT 4100PROJECT MANAGEMENT

4 sh

MGT 4260DATA MINING FOR MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING

4 sh

MKT 4160GLOBAL MARKETING

4 sh

MGT 4250DATA VISUALIZATION AND STORYTELLING

4 sh

MKT 4170BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS MARKETING

4 sh

Total Credit Hours: 73-76

Study Abroad Requirements

Study abroad students may transfer one supply chain management elective to the major provided they have taken the necessary prerequisites and have prior approval by the department chair.  A substitution for BUS 326 is not eligible.

Economics Requirements 300 Level
•   ECO 301 may be taken in lieu of ECO 310 for Supply Chain Management and Finance double majors.
•   ECO 311 may be taken in lieu of ECO 301 or Supply Chain Management and Economics double majors or for Supply Chain Management Major and Economics minor.

 

For students double majoring in two BSBA majors, a course that is eligible to count for two majors can only count towards one. For example, MKT 416 can count towards the MKT major and the IB major. If a student is double majoring in MKT and IB and takes MKT 416, this course can count toward the MKT or IB major, but not both. However, we do allow a student to double count a course in BSBA major and a minor. For example, a student majoring in MKT and minoring in ENT can have MKT 412 (p. ) count for both the major and the minor.

Knowledge – After completing this course the student will understand current practices of Supply Chain Management Excellence.

Skill Level – The student will have an enhanced skill level for problem solving and supply chain improvement through the practice of current methodologies.

Application – Upon completion of the course the student will be able to analyze supply chain management issues and select the correct method for decision making and operational improvement.

Total Credit Hours: 73-76

Powered by SmartCatalog IQ