B.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a 120 credit hour program that is available through the Embry-Riddle Worldwide Campus network. Curriculum is built upon a strong foundation of established coursework that will help you distinguish yourself as a leader in this fast-growing career field.
You will have the choice of multiple learning modes – online, face-to-face, video teleconference – to gain the advanced knowledge and skill sets that set you apart as an informed professional. Topics of study will include: technology, process, and people solutions for warehousing, distribution, and transportation operations; inventory management methods that optimize the supply chain; purchasing and procurement policies and procedures; metrics for tracking and analyzing supply chain performance; best practices, regulations, and professional ethics.
Successful completion of this program will provide you with a strong foundation of knowledge that will serve you on the job and prepare you for future training and education, including a Master’s Degree or professional certifications such as the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) and Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity (CPSD), Association for Operations Management (APICS) Certified Supply Chain Professional or the International Society of Logistics (SOLE) Certified Professional Logistician.
Embry-Riddle Logistics and Supply Chain Management graduates are in great demand around the corner and around the world. Any industry that is impacted by manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, transportation, and/or inventory management, is in great need for logisticians and supply chain professionals.
As part of the college of business undergraduate degree, students will take a comprehensive exam in MGMT 436 (Strategic Management).
|Embry-Riddle courses in the general education categories of Communication Theory and Skills, Humanities, and Social Sciences may be chosen from those listed below, assuming prerequisites are met. Courses from other institutions are acceptable if they fall into these broad categories and are at the level specified.|
|Communication Theory and Skills|
|ENGL 123||English Composition||3|
|HUMN 330||Values and Ethics||3|
|Humanities elective (lower or upper level)||3|
|Physical and Life Science lower-level elective|
& MATH 112
|College Mathematics for Aviation I|
and College Mathematics for Aviation II
|or MATH 320||Decision Mathematics|
|CSCI 109||Introduction to Computers and Applications||3|
|MATH 211||Statistics with Aviation Applications||3|
|or MATH 222||Business Statistics|
|MGMT 201||Principles of Management||3|
|MGMT 221||Introduction to Management Information Systems||3|
|MGMT 312||Managerial Accounting||3|
|MGMT 314||Human Resource Management||3|
|MGMT 332||Corporate Finance I||3|
|MGMT 390||Business Law||3|
|MGMT 436||Strategic Management||3|
|RSCH 202||Introduction to Research Methods||3|
|Logistics & Supply Chain Management Core|
|LGMT 236||Principles of Purchasing||3|
|TRAN 274||Transportation Science||3|
|BSAB 410||Management of Air Cargo||3|
|MGMT 411||Logistics Management for Aviation/Aerospace||3|
|MGMT 440||Advanced Professional Logistics||3|
|MGMT 442||Introduction to Operations Management||3|
|MGMT 444||Principles of Supply Chain Management||3|
|Technical Transfer Credit -or- COB Minor-or-COB Electives||12|
|If technical transfer credit is not applicable, the 12 hours may ONLY be used toward College of Business (COB) minors or COB electives. Minors require fulfillment of a minimum of 15 credit hours. If no minor is chosen, then 200-300-400 level COB courses may be used.|
|Total Degree Requirements||120|
Minnesota student residents refer to State of Minnesota Course Requirement statement for Humanities requirements.