Minor in Supply Chain Management
BUSINESS WITH VIRTUE
The Supply Chain Management minor equips you with the knowledge and skills you need in today’s marketplace. You will learn how to manage the production and distribution of goods and commodities on the local to international levels. You will also explore the ethical aspects of these processes and gain insights into the relationship between producers, suppliers, and customers. Your professional preparation is linked to a liberal arts education by enhancing sought-after creative, critical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving skills. As a result, your studies will prepare you to pursue your career with integrity and virtue.
Possible career paths:
Manager or coordinator of operations, logistician, data analyst, finance, national and international business
Students not majoring in Business Management must first complete BU 201 Introduction to Business as a prerequisite to other minor courses. All courses in this minor must be taken at Belmont Abbey College and a minimum grade of “C” must be earned in each course required for the minor. For students seeking to double-minor in Business-related minors, each minor must have a minimum of 9 credit hours distinct or exclusive to that minor. Those nine credits cannot count toward any other minor.
It is the student’s responsibility to verify that all degree requirements for graduation are fulfilled.
Total Credits Required: 15
BU 300: Management
BU 437: Supply Chain and Logistics
BU 435: Procurement & Supply Chain Management
BU 438: Total Quality Management
BU 439: Supply Chain Risk & Disruption Management
*It is the student’s responsibility to verify that all degree requirements for graduation are fulfilled.
More about the experience
“The Supply Chain Management Major is the perfect choice for me because it combines the general skills of business management with the more technical aspects of logistics. I am excited to be a part of this program as I know it will provide all the skills I need to pursue a career in logistics analysis and supply chain management.”
DR. BRAD FRAZIER
“Supply Chain Management is a critical activity for all businesses. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown how delicate supply chains can be, and just how important proper planning and execution is for all types of businesses. This new major is timely as supply chain managers are becoming a very high-growth area globally, and will remain an important career path moving forward.”
Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal is a must-read for Business students. The Journal primarily covers topics related to the American economy and international business. Students who read The Journal will acquire a more well-rounded view of the events and people shaping the worlds of business, finance, politics and technology.