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Supply Chain Management (Minor)

Supply chain encompasses activities associated with the sourcing, creation, and delivery of products and services.

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  • Minor
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Supply Chain Management is the discipline that manages the linkages between external partners and internal functions to optimize the flow of products, services, information, and money across supply chains. Reliance on information technology, just-in-time inventory systems, global sourcing, demand-driven strategies, and environmental sustainability initiatives combined with an environment that features greater market volatility and risks have made supply chains complex and strategically important for any organization.

Students who pursue the Supply Chain Management Minor will be prepared with knowledge and skills needed for careers in operations supervision, purchasing, logistics, warehousing, demand planning, and more!

At least 12 of the 18 credits must be earned at Bloomsburg University. A minimum 2.0 cumulative average GPA must be achieved in the courses counted for the Supply Chain Management Minor.

Required Courses

SCM/MGMT 370-Managerial Decision Making
SCM/MGMT 371-Supply Chain Operations
SCM/MGMT 474-Managing Quality
SCM/MGMT 475-Logistics
SCM/MGMT 478-Managing Business Processes
SCM/MGMT 479-Supply Chain Seminar

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