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Supply Chain Management B.S.B.

  • Accounting B.S.B.
  • Business Administration B.S.B.
  • Finance B.S.B.
  • Information Systems B.S.B.
  • Supply Chain Management B.S.B.
  • Management & Leadership B.S.B.
  • Marketing B.S.B.
  • Minor in Business
  • Master of Accounting
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Business Administration for Working Professionals
  • Business PHD
  • MSB Supply Chain Management & Logistics
  • Business Ph.D.
  • Masters of Business Administration
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As a supply chain management major, you will learn a set of skills that will allow you to effectively streamline the flow of materials, finances and information for a company.  Your training in the supply chain management program will prepare you for a rapidly growing field.

The supply chain management major requires a total of 120 credit-hours, including general education classes, which meet the requirements of the KU Core and additional courses including MATH 115, PSYC 104 and a natural science with lab.  You will also take 20 credit-hours in foundation business classes and 18 credit-hours of core business classes.  For your supply chain management major you will take 12 additional hours of specific supply chain management classes, as well as nine credit-hours of any supply chain management course 400 and above.  Your career in the Business School will culminate in a capstone course, Business Policy & Strategy (MGMT 498), where you will apply the skills you acquire toward cases and projects.

As a KU business student, you will be required to complete an International Dimension Requirement (IDR).  You can meet this by taking foreign language classes or proving equivalent proficiency through the fourth level (intermediate II).  You can also fulfill this requirement by completing six credit-hours through any approved study abroad program or through classes in contemporary regional/international studies or international business.

Following your graduation from the supply chain management program, you will be qualified to hold a position in one of the fastest growing fields.  The well-rounded skills you will receive from your business school education and the specific training related to supply chain management will make you a competitive candidate for increasingly important positions in organizations everywhere.