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Program Overview

Supply chain management is an interdisciplinary field that emphasizes cross-functional integration of diverse business functions, facilities, and activities and seeks to manage those activities to enhance a company’s competitive advantage. The Bachelor of Applied Science with a major in Supply Chain Management (BAS-SCM) with a concentration in Project Management, is designed to provide knowledge of the supply chain while exploring the risks, operations, logistics, economics, regulatory issues, change management, forecasting, resource allocation, production planning, inventory management, customer delivery, after-sales support and service and other functions basic to business with particular emphasis in Project Management.

Quick Program Highlights

  • High Employment Rate

    Most every organization will utilize Project Management skills.

  • High Salary

    Qualified Project Managers earn above average starting salaries.

  • Preparation for Certification Exam

    Graduates will be equipped to take the PMP Certification and Google Project Management.

  • Valuable Work Skills for Today's Workplace

    Organization, Planning, Leadership and Communication Skills.

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Program Details

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Supply Chain Management with a concentration in Project Management is a degree program that focuses on developing the skills and knowledge needed to manage complex supply chain projects. Students in this program learn how to plan, execute, and control projects that involve multiple stakeholders, resources, and timelines. The curriculum includes courses in:

  • Project Management
  • Project Planning and Control Systems for SCM
  • Project Leadership
  • Assessing and Managing Project Risk

Students will gain hands-on experience through case studies and practical projects, which help them develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Graduates of this program are well-equipped to pursue careers in project management, supply chain management, logistics, and procurement across a variety of industries. They possess the skills and knowledge needed to lead teams and manage projects to ensure timely and cost-effective delivery of products and services.

Areas of Study:
  • Operations Management
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Law of International Trade
  • Financial Management
  • International Negotiations and Transactions
  • Safety and Risk Management
  • Quality Management
  • Production Information Systems
  • Field Study and Research
  • Supply Chain Marketing
  • Purchasing, Inventory and Warehouse Management

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