Bachelor of Arts in Supply Chain Management
The Supply Chain Management (SCM) major provides students with a foundation in supply chain management theory, logistics, distribution, and theoretical/analytical frameworks to assist in managing and understanding critical supply chain components. It also examines forecasting, demand management, assembly, sourcing, procurement, sales and marketing, operations planning, as well as broad areas such as strategic and production management, e-commerce, digital business systems, digital and business ethics, finance, and international business. Students will be introduced to effective methods for streamlining the production and the delivery of products and services along the supply chain within organizations, both domestic and internationally. They will also learn supply management through simulated applications, case analyses, real world assignments and projects and will gain hands-on-experience integrating supply chain management models to enhance business performance outcomes. The goal in the SCM major is to provide advanced insights and strategic knowledge by integrating the concept of value-driven supply chain management and analytical methods to applied and real operational challenges facing our world today.
Face-to-face, online, and hybrid
Electronic copy of current resume
Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (prospective students may send unofficial transcripts for their initial evaluation)
Records of any Advanced Placement (AP) or military credit earned, if applicable
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The School of Professional Studies will accept up to 90 transfer semester hours
Students must complete at least 50% of their major with North Park
North Park’s residency requirement is 32 semester hours
A minimum grade of “C” or better is required to waive a course in the major and course waivers are at the discretion of the major department faculty chair
If a student earned their associate's degree—or at least 60 credits with a 2.5 GPA—from a community college within the Chicagoland area, they may be eligible for a 20% tuition reduction
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) allows students to earn college credit for experiences outside the classroom. Language fluency, work certifications, volunteer training, and other learning experiences can equate to up to 20 semester hours