Supply Chain and Operations Management- Bachelor of Science in Business

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

In recent years companies have worked to connect the different areas of their businesses to achieve efficient movement of goods and services to the consumer. Supply chain management fills the gap that exists between departments and connects trading partners to create a smooth flow of information, services, and products through the supply chain.

The supply chain management major combines courses in accountancy, decision sciences, operations management, marketing, logistics and purchasing. The integration of these disciplines allows supply chain management students to understand the interaction among them and how to produce and move goods and services in the most economical way. Students learn practical industry applications with the aid of field trips, guest speakers, and simulations in the classroom.

Program Requirements

ISA 303Enterprise Systems3
MGT 431Logistics Management3
MGT 432Global Strategic Sourcing3
MGT 451Operations Planning and Scheduling3
MGT 453Quality Management Systems3
MGT 498Supply Chain Management3
MKT 415Marketing to Organizations3
or MKT 412 Sustainable Marketing Management
or ISA 321 Quantitative Analysis of Business Problems
Capstone course:
MGT 495Executive Decision Making and Strategy3
Total Credit Hours24