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Supply chain management integrates all of
the business processes required to satisfy
customer needs. This involves understanding
and coordinating purchasing, operations, and
logistics across the multiple organizations
involved in designing, sourcing, producing,
and delivering products and services. Supply
chain managers design processes to meet customer
needs; plan for relevant materials, equipment,
and human resources; develop and implement
sourcing strategies; and build strategic relationships
with supply chain partners.
general degree requirements
Students completing the supply chain management
specialization must complete University,
course, and business
core requirements for the BSBA degree,
to the BSBA program.
to the Supply Chain Management specialization
Students are encouraged to enroll in the supply
chain management program as freshmen. However,
to be admitted officially to the specialization,
students must have been admitted to the BSBA
program and have a BGSU cumulative grade point
average of at least 2.5.
Supply Chain Management specialization requirements
(21 hours) — click
for 2007-2008 course requirements
330, 441, 442, 445, 447, 448, 449
should consult the faculty advisor for more
detailed information about requirements.