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Supply Chain Course Requirements

Updated: May 5, 2020

View requirements for graduate and undergraduate Supply Chain Management studies at Howard University.

The curriculum includes areas of demand, supply, and logistics management. Courses include but are not limited to procurement management, logistics management (including transportation and inventory management), production/operations management, project management, negotiation, e-Business, and global supply management.

MBA Curriculum

The MBA program includes thirteen (13) required core MBA courses, plus three required and one elective Supply Chain Management (SCM) course, and one (1) free elective for a total of 54 credit hours. 

Do you have what it takes to be a supply chain management major? If you love to think about what it takes "behind the scenes" to make things happen or wonder why locations of certain retail stores are chosen, then supply chain management may be for you!

MBA Required SCM Courses

  1. Procurement Management

  2. Logistics

  3. Global Supply Chain Management (Capstone)

  4. Production and Operations Management (required for all MBA students)

MBA SCM Electives

  1. Project Management

  2. Negotiations

  3. Information Systems in Supply Chain Management

  4. Government Acquisition

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Undergraduate Curriculum

The undergraduate program requires seven (7) SCM courses in addition to the core School of Business undergraduate course requirements.   

Undergrad Required SCM Courses

  1. Procurement

  2. Introduction to Logistics

  3. Project Management

  4. Supply Chain Integration (Capstone)

Undergraduate SCM Electives

  1. Negotiation Fundamental

  2. Quality and Reliability Management

  3. Information Technology in Supply Chain Management

  4. Introduction to Government Acquisition

  5. Financial Modeling & Analysis

  6. Introduction to E-Business/E-Commerce

  7. Principles of International Business

  8. International Financial Management

For more information on the undergraduate curriculum click HERE.

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