Management: Supply Chain Concentration
There are five concentrations to choose from within Management, which all share the same 6 Management Core classes. That gives students time to decide which concentration best fits their goals - Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Global Business, Human Resources, or Supply Chain.
The Supply Chain Management concentration prepares students to work in the fast-paced and growing environment of supply chain, transportation and logistics. Students learn about operations, and how supply chains are created, defined, operated, maximized and examined across multiple industries. With the exciting supply chain environment in the Southern Kentucky region, students have opportunities to see examples from and work with supply chain professionals.
How Our Program is Structured?
Students in the Management program take the required general education courses from the University and foundations and career preparation courses within the Gordon Ford College of Business. Each student must also take 18 hours of specific Management courses to help them in deciding their area of concentration. Students then take 27 hours dedicated to pursuing their concentration in Business Administration, Entrepreneurship,Global Business, Human Resource Management, or Supply Chain.
|Business Foundation and Career Preparation||33 Hours|
Management Required Courses
Legal Environment of Business
Ethics and Critical Thinking
Human Resource Management
|Concentration Specific Courses||27 Hours|
|Total Hours||120 Hours|