Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management


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Course Overview

In a Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program, students explore the business aspects of the transportation, distribution and warehousing activities of various corporations. To enroll, students are required to have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent.
Once accepted into the program, students learn fundamentals of economics and apply these concepts to managing and directing shipments of products. Other concepts could include personnel management, professional communication strategies and the challenges of international business. Internship programs and online programs are available. Advanced education options may include graduate certificates, master’s degrees or optional certification. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
SCH 101 Communication Skills 5
SCH 102 Management and Leadership 5
SCH 103 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 5
SCH 104 Statistics 5
SCH 105 Quality Management – CRM 5
SCH 106 Managing Change and Conflict 5
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
SCH 111 Introduction to Models and Frameworks for SCM 5
SCH 112 Operations Engineering 5
SCH 113 Supply Chain Management 5
SCH 114 Consumer Behavior 5
SCH 115 Discrete Structures 5
SCH 116 Descriptive Statistics and Probability 5
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
SCH 201 Organizational Behavior 5
SCH 202 Make Within Supply Chains 5
SCH 203 Plan Within Supply Chains 5
SCH 204 Economic  Environment 5
SCH 205 Source Within Supply Chains 5
SCH 206 Deliver and Return Within Supply Chains 5
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
SCH 211 Strategic  Management 5
SCH 212 Supply Chain Risk Assessment and Forecasting 5
SCH 213 Research Methodology 5
SCH 214 Computer Applications in Management 5
SCH 215 Business Process Re-Engineering 5
SCH 216 Resource Management 5
Course Code Fifth Semester Courses Credit
SCH 301 Advanced Models and Frameworks for SCM 5
SCH 302 Supply Chain & Customer Relationship management 5
SCH 303 Information Systems and Decision Support 5
SCH 304 Simulation Modeling and Analysis 5
SCH 305 Learn Sigma Improvement Methodologies 5
SCH 306 Issues in the Global Economics Environment 5
Course Code Sixth Semester Courses Credit
SCH 311 Corporate Social Responsibility 5
SCH 312 Contemporary Management Issues 5
SCH 313 Corporate Manpower Planning 5
SCH 314 Safety Management 5
SCH 315 Bachelor Thesis 10


Career Opportunities

Most people begin down a career path in this field by starting in an entry-level position and working their way up to jobs with more responsibilities and a higher salary. Manufacturing is by far the largest industry employing logisticians, with over 40% of logisticians working in some field of manufacturing. There are many different job titles in the logistics industry. Below are just a few:

  • Analyst
  • Consultant
  • Customer Service Manager
  • International Logistics Manager
  • Inventory Control Manager
  • Logistics Engineer
  • Logistics Manager
  • Logistics Services Salesperson
  • Logistics Software Manager
  • Materials Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Systems Support Manager
  • Transportation Manager
  • Vendor Managed Inventory Coordinator
  • Warehouse Operations Manager


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