MBA Supply Chain Management Track
The MBA-SCM is a specialized track within the MBA program. Supply chain management is an approach to coordinating the functions, processes and enterprises associated with the order-fulfillment cycle. A supply chain typically extends across multiple tiers, including manufacturers and their suppliers, transportation carriers, warehouses, retailers and the customers themselves. SCM focuses on the integration across functions within a firm as well as across enterprise lines.
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Curriculum + Requirements
MBA/SCM Track Requirements
|Required core courses|
|MBA 601||Foundations for Decision Making||1|
|MBA 615||Managing the Decision Making Process||3|
|MBA 620||Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision Making||3|
|MBA 625||Organizational Behavior and Leadership for Decision Makers||3|
|MBA 635||Decision Making for Business Operations||3|
|MBA 640||Financial Decision Making||3|
|MBA 645||Marketing Decision Making||3|
|MBA 660||Decision Making in a Global Economy||3|
|MBA 690||Integrated Strategic Decision Making Capstone||3|
|Decision Making Tools (choose one)|
|EC 600||Managerial Economics||3|
|CIS 600||Information Systems Strategy||3|
|MBA 610||Business Decision Analysis||3|
|SCM track courses|
|MG 640||Strategic Sourcing & Supply Management||3|
|MG 641||Operations & Supply Chain Management||3|
|MG 642||Transportation Management||3|
|MK 615||Managing Marketing Channels||3|
Electives (6 credits)
Students must take two electives under consultation with the master of business administration program faculty.
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