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Requirements for Global Supply Chain Management Major

Those pursuing bachelor’s degrees must complete the university’s general education program.

Undergraduate business students also must complete the required business foundation and core courses.

All students admitted effective Fall 2009 and forward are required to have a minimum 2.50 grade point average to enroll in 3000 level or higher business school core and major courses.

In addition to all the above requirements, global supply chain management majors must complete the following courses.

Each course is three credit hours unless noted otherwise. Students are responsible for observing all prerequisites and limitations.  Details are available by clicking each course link.

GSC 5600  Supply Chain and Distribution Strategy
GSC 5620  Global Supply Chain Management
GSC 5650  Strategic Procurement
GSC 5690  Principles of Quality Management
GSC 6997  Global Supply Chain Analysis and Planning


One of the following:

ACC 5200  ERP Systems: Concepts and Practice
FIN 5320  Principles of International Business Finance
GSC 5680  Operations Strategy in a Global Environment
GSC 5890  Internship in Global Supply Chain Management
GSC 5996  Advanced Topics in Operations Management
ISM 5820  Systems Analysis and Design
ISM 5992  Database Systems
MGT 5740  Collective Bargaining
MKT 5460  Sales Management
MKT 5700  Retail Management
MKT 5750  International Marketing Management

Global supply chain management majors should consider an internship in the field through GSC 5890.

Students seeking global employment should consider taking additional foreign language courses.

Students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts degree may use their electives to satisfy the Bachelor of Arts foreign language requirements.