The Global Supply Chain Management emphasis option within the BS in International Trade Management program is a popular career choice. It prepares individuals for careers in the dynamic world of global logistics. In addition to gaining a solid preparation in the latest business theories and principles, students gain a hands-on global perspective from instructors that are experts in their fields within the global supply chain arena.

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This degree helps prepare students for careers in:

  • International Logistics
  • Freight Forwarder Management
  • Transportation Management
  • International Distribution Management
  • Purchasing/ Contracts Management
  • Warehousing Management
  • 3PL Management
  • Logistics Consultant
  • Operations Management
  • International Supply Chain Support Management

Course of Study

To obtain this degree emphasis, students must complete the requirements shown below in addition to the University’s General Education degree requirements.

Student Profile

The typical student entering this program is targeting a management career in international logistics. Many currently work in roles supporting the global supply chain or in organizations needing these special skills. They are pursuing their degree for personal reasons or to support job advancement. Students in this program range in age from mid-to late 20s to mid-to late 40s, with a median age of 33.

Degree Requirements:

Total Semester Credits 121.5 Comprised of:

  • 59.5 semester credits Degree Emphasis Courses
  • 62 General Education Course semester credits

DEGREE REQUIRED COURSES (For this option)

Course Number Course Name
TRD 201 Exporting/Importing Environment
TRD 225 Documentation for the Global Marketplace
MGT 345 Organizational Behavior
SCM 202 21st Century International Logistics:
MGT 335 Modern Management Principles
FAE 230 Business Accounting Concepts
FAE 302 Global Finance Methods
TRD 140 Importing: Duties and Regulations
SCM 379 Warehousing: Principles and Practices in a Global Economy
SCM 376 Purchasing in the Global Marketplace
SCM 412 Global Supply Chain Strategies
BUS 303 International Business Ethics
BUS 401 Global Culture
BUS 403 International Marketing
MGT 402 Global Strategic Management
FAE 450 International Economics
SCM 125 Port Authority: A Critical Element of the Supply Chain
BUS 404 Researching the Global Village
BUS 405 Global Business Plan