Supply Chain Management (SCM)

SCM 206 Logistics and Transportation Management 3

Microanalysis of logistics and transportation services including customer service, distribution operations, and purchasing. Topics include customer service operations, order processing, facility design and operations, carrier selection, transportation costing and negotiation.

Prerequisites: ISM 110. ACCT, BADM, CARS, ENTR, FINC, INTB, ISSC, MKTG, or STHP major; or permission of the instructor .

SCM 302 Operations Management 3

Survey of the operations functions of organizations with emphasis on design and control decisions. Qualitative and quantitative problem-solving methods used to enhance managerial competence in the operations functions.

Prerequisites: Junior standing. ISM 110; ACCT, BADM, CARS, ENTR, FINC, INTB, ISSC, MKTG, or STHP major.

SCM 304 Managing and Organizing Projects 3

An introduction to modern methods for defining, planning, managing, and controlling large projects. Computer software and network modeling are used to support the efficient scheduling of interdependent activities.

Prerequisites: Major in ACCT, BADM, CARS, ECON, ENTR, FINC, INTB, ISSC, MKTG, or STHP.

SCM 402 Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3

Roles of distribution and materials management in operations. Topics include inventory and distribution management, purchasing, logistics and supply chain management. Appropriate software used to facilitate decision-making.

Prerequisites: ECO 250. ACCT, BADM, CARS, ENTR, FINC, INTB, ISSC, MKTG, or STHP major; or permission of the instructor .

SCM 411 Undergraduate Internship in Supply Chain Management 1-3

Campus monitored, supervised internship experiences in organizations that involve the application of supply chain and operational analysis and methods and the development of professional skills in the field of study. Internships may be either paid or voluntary and must include a minimum of 50 supervised internship hours per one credit hour earned.

Prerequisites: Minimum 2.50 GPA. ISSC major with a Supply Chain Management concentration and permission of instructor.

SCM 432 Supply Chain Management Project 3

Semester-long project involving Supply Chain Management topics. Activities will include project planning, assessment and implementation planning, application of SCM knowledge and critical thinking to real world problems.

Prerequisites: Any two of the following courses: SCM 206, SCM 302, or SCM 402. ISSC major.

SCM 498 Independent Study 1-3

Individual study of issues and problems in supply chain management. May include certification components and instruction. Students must arrange time and course requirements with instructor prior to registration.

Prerequisites: Permission of instructor, senior standing, and approval of written plan of study prior to registration.

Notes: May be repeated for a total of 6 semester hours with approval of department head.

SCM 499 Problems in Supply Chain Management 3

Group study and research with class discussion covering current supply chain management topics. Student teams interact with local firms via company projects.

Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.

Notes: May be repeated for a total of 6 semester hours with approval of department head.

SCM 650 Principles of Supply Chain Management 3

This course presents core knowledge related to supply chain management. It provides insight into the complex, cross-functional elements of demand and supply planning and execution in a global environment.

SCM 651 Analytics for Logistics and Distribution Management 3

Course will focus on the analytic tools to make decisions related to logistics and distribution management. Topics will include demand management, sales and operations planning, network design, and location analysis.

SCM 652 Strategic Cost, Procurement, and Supply Chain Finance 3

Overview of strategic cost management and procurement in the supply chain; tactics in effective management of the procurement process and total cost of ownership; management of total supply chain costs.

SCM 655 Global Supply Networks 3

This course presents strategies, resources and information system requirements to plan, create and deliver products globally. The course emphasizes the complex interactions and need for collaboration between inter-firm processes.

SCM 678 Project Management for Dynamic Environments 3

Modern methods of defining, planning and executing large scale projects. Computer software and network models are used to support the efficient scheduling of interdependent activities.

SCM 680 Independent Study in Supply Chain Management 3

Explore in-depth contemporary issues of relevance and interest to the student under the guidance of a faculty member.

Prerequisites: Admission to the graduate certificate in Supply Chain, Logistics and Transportation Management (SCLTM).

SCM 681 Supply Chain Management Internship 3

Elective course designed to provide students the opportunity to apply skills learned in the classroom in real-world environments. Course will be supervised by faculty and manager of the approved organization.

Prerequisites: Admission to the graduate certificate in Supply Chain, Logistics and Transportation Management (SCLTM).

SCM 682 Executive Mentorship in Supply Chain Management 3

Students in the experimental learning course interact with instructor and mentor to gain in-depth knowledge related to supply chains, logistics and transportation. The mentor is an executive within the industry.

Prerequisites: Admission to the graduate certificate in Supply Chain, Logistics and Transportation Management (SCLTM).

Notes: May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.