MS in Supply Chain Management // Courses
Specialized Master’s Degrees to Suit You
Core Courses (16.5 credits)
You must complete the following 16.5 required core credits.
|BQOM 2401 Statistical Analysis||3|
|BQOM 2421 Decision Technologies||1.5|
|BQOM 2511 Revenue Management and Pricing Analytics||1.5|
|BQOM 2523 Process Engineering||1.5|
|BQOM 2533 Global Supply Chain Management||3|
|BMIS 2074 Strategic IT in Global Supply Chains||1.5|
|BQOM 2534 Strategic Procurement and Sourcing Management||1.5|
|Project course (BIND 2024 Consulting Field Project, BIND *** Global Research Practicum, or other approved by faculty director)||3|
Electives (13.5 credits)
You may choose an additional 13.5 credits of coursework, including a minimum of 9 credits of supply chain management electives and 4.5 credits of general business electives.
Popular supply chain management electives include:
|BQOM 2139 Six Sigma Theory and Practice (Green Belt certification course)||3|
|BQOM 2501 Enterprise Systems & Integration of Business Processes (SAP TS410 certification course)||3|
|BQOM 2512 Advanced Decision Technologies||1.5|
|BQOM 2524 Production Management and Process Improvement||1.5|
|BQOM 2537 Forecasting||1.5|
|BQOM 2546 Project Management Fundamentals & Analysis||1.5|
|BQOM 2557 Multivariate Data Analysis I||1.5|
|BQOM 2578 Data Mining||3|
|BMIS 2526 Data Programming with R||3|
|BMIS 2551 Project Management Concepts & Processes||3|
General business electives include:
|BECN 2509 Global Macroeconomics I||1.5|
|BFIN 2409 Financial Management||1.5|
|BMKT 2409 Marketing Management||1.5|
|BMKT 2526 Product Development & Management||3|
|BOAH 2409 Organizational Behavior||1.5|
|BOAH 2532 Negotiations, Teamwork, and Change I||1.5|
|BQOM 2557 Multivariate Data Analysis 1||1.5|
|BOAH 2456 Managing Offshore Outsourcing||1.5|
|BSEO 2511 Management of Strategic Alliances I||1.5|
For course descriptions, please see the Graduate Catalog.
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