The Minor in Global Supply Chain Management addresses students who would like achieve a basic yet rigorous understanding of the fundamentals of supply chain management in a global setting, including topics such as operations, procurement, lean systems, sourcing, warehousing, supply chain analytics and international logistics and distribution. The minor typically requires 20 credit hours in the Michael Neidorff School of Business and the successful completion of a primary major.

Requirements for the minor


Students must take:

An additional 3 credit hours from one of the following:

In all cases selected in agreement with and pre-authorized by the Dept. Chair:

  • An appropriate upper level elective in the School of Business
  • BAT 3390, an independent study course, with a topic related to supply chain management
  • BAT 3-97, an internship course, with a topic related to supply chain management

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 Jorge Colazo, Ph.D. (Chair)


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