Supply Chain Management integrates supply and demand management functions within and across companies. Over the past few decades, supply chains have risen in prominence within many companies. This has created a growing need for individuals who can contribute to various parts of the supply chain by means of specializations obtained as part of their education. All courses in the major emphasize examples from industry and use them to illustrate the concepts in practice. The major provides a practical understanding of the principles of supply chain management and the analytic and technical methods that can be applied to optimize these systems.
Students should take 6 credits from the major core and at least 6 credits from the elective areas.
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