The supply chain management major is an interdisciplinary field that emphasizes cross-functional links and seeks to manage those links to enhance a company's competitive advantage.

The supply chain management major encompasses a set of approaches utilized to efficiently integrate suppliers, manufacturers, warehouses, and stores, so that merchandise is produced and distributed at the right quantities, to the right locations, and at the right time, in order to minimize system-wide costs while satisfying service level requirements.

Supply Chain Management Major Requirements - 21 Credits

Required Courses

OM 460 - Supply Chain Management
OM 465 - Strategic Sourcing
OM 470 - Analysis and Design of Supply Chain
OM 475 - Supply Chain Logistics Management
OM 480 - ERP in Supply Chain

Choose Two Courses

DS 310 - Data Mining for Business Intelligence
HRM 305 - Human Resource Policy 
ISM 382 - Advanced Computer Applications
MKT 436 - Business to  Business Marketing
OM 493 - Independent Research: Operations Management (Must obtain instructor approval in advance)

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COB supply chain management faculty rank #3 in Michigan, #33 in US and #53 in the world for empirical research, SCM Journal List 2020.  

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