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Supply Chain Management (Concentration)

Undergraduate - Business Students

By offering concentrations, we provide students with an opportunity to gain additional specialization in important disciplines. Concentrations add value to any business major and enhance students’ business intelligence.

Students should consult a business school academic advisor for any questions concerning concentrations and classes that fulfill requirements for concentrations.

  • Not all courses listed are taught every semester
  • Courses with specific semester designations may change

Please refer to the schedule of classes to check availability of courses: classes.ku.edu

Program Courses (Choose 4 - 12 Credit Hours)
  • SCM 400: Special Topics in Supply Chain Management
  • SCM 401: Introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • SCM 402: Procurement and Supplier Management
  • SCM 403: Logistics, Transportation and Warehouse Management
  • SCM 404: Mgmt of Integrated IS/ERP (Not open to students with credit in IST 401)
  • SCM 410: Capstone in Supply Chain Management
  • SCM 415: Data Analysis and Forecasting (Not open to students with credit in BSAN 415)
  • SCM 416: Supply Chain Modeling and Optimization
  • SCM 418: Modeling and Risk Analysis (Cross-listed w/ FIN 418; Not open to students w/ FIN 422)
  • SCM 420: Customer Focused Operations Service Management
  • SCM 425: Customer Relationship Management (Cross-listed with MKTG 465 and BSAN 465)
  • IST 401: Mgmt of Integrated IS/ERP (Not open to students with credit in SCM 404) (spring only)
  • IST 410: IT Project MGMT (Not open to those w/credit in BSAN 410 or MGMT 472) (fall only)
  • MKTG 400: Retail, Distribution, and Supply Chain (Cross-listed with SCM 400)
  • MKTG 400: Marketing, Supply Chain & GIS (Cross-listed with SCM 400)
  • MKTG 450: Internet Marketing
  • MGMT 472: Project Management (Not open to students with IST 410 or BSAN 410)
Total Hours: 12


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