Supply Chain Management Minor
The Supply Chain Management minor is designed to provide an opportunity to all business majors. It will allow students to obtain the specialized knowledge required for supply chain decisions and efficiencies in operations. This area of study has been around for many years, but with major disruptions and increased technical applications, is one of the most important frontiers in industry and will be important for many years to come. Students will gain an understanding of supply chain management, modeling, certificates and problem solving. Students are responsible for completing any prerequisites to these courses outside the minor.
Goal 1: Students will be competent in understanding supply chain operations in manufacturing, service, government and education settings.
Goal 2: Students will be competent in functional skills necessary for transforming data into actionable decisions in supply chain management.
Goal 3: Students will be competent in thinking critically and analytically in all supply chain settings.
Goal 4: SCM Students will be competent communicators in the supply chain business environment.
Goal 5: SCM Students will be competent in applying the Ignatian Values.
|DSS 210||Business Statistics||3|
|DSS 220||Business Analytics||3|
|DSS 335||Found of Supply Chain Mgmt||3|
|DSS 435||Advanced Business Analytics||3|
|DSS 465||Supply Chain Analytics||3|
|SCM Purchasing and Sourcing|
|Data Wrangling & Visualization|
|Six Sigma Apps & Foundations|
|Resilient Supply Chains|