Supply Chain Management Minor

For information, contact the Department of Management, 3056 FSB, 513-529-4215.

A recent study cited supply chain management (SCM) as one of the three most important management practices for determining world class performance. This minor, open to all university students, provides an understanding of SCM as a key business strategy, and it develops tools for integrating key functions of procurement, production, marketing, logistics, accounting, and IS, leading to successful operation of the entire SCM process. You will be exposed to career opportunities in this field.

For details regarding admission to FSB minors and availability of coursework, please refer to the information at the beginning of this section (under Farmer School of Business "Minors").

Program Requirements

(21-22 semester hours)

Required courses
Select one of the following:3-4
Business Statistics
Principles of Business Analytics
Statistics
Applied Statistics
Introduction to Statistics
Select all of the following:
MGT 302Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management3
MGT 432Global Strategic Sourcing3
MGT 498Supply Chain Management3
MKT 291Principles of Marketing3
MGT 431Logistics Management3
Focus elective
Select one of the following:3
Enterprise Systems
Quantitative Analysis of Business Problems
Operations Planning and Scheduling
Quality Management Systems
Sustainable Marketing Management
Marketing to Organizations
Total Credit Hours21-22