The Supply Chain Management Bachelors of Science degree program will develop human potential in the field to World-Class levels, to meet the needs of our students and society, on a local, regional, national and international level. Under the umbrella of Supply Chain Management resides occupations in the functional arenas of operation management, procurement and strategic sourcing, and logistics management. The SCM program curriculum emphasizes a balanced and holistic approach to integrated supply chain management. Students graduating in this major will have a competitive advantage seeking employment due to the depth of the core knowledge requirements in the areas of purchasing, strategic sourcing, logistics, transportation, global supply chain management, operations excellence, analytics, enterprise resource planning and team building. Our program will distinguish itself locally, nationally, and internationally, with the inclusion of core knowledge regarding ethical decision-making and sustainability in the field of supply chain management. Ethics and sustainability are growing in importance to leading-edge firms as they execute global sourcing strategies within the auspices of Social Responsibility.
Degree-seeking students are classified as pre-majors prior to formal transition into a LCOB major. As pre-majors, students may enroll in lower level (1000-2999) courses to satisfy general education and common prerequisite requirements; lower level electives; and business common core courses, except GEB 4890, if course prerequisites are met. Pre-majors may not enroll in upper level (3000-4999) courses for the major.
Transition from a LCOB pre-major to a major happens following (a) completion of all common prerequisites with a minimum grade of C or higher in each course; and (b) completion of 50 earned hours of courses with a minimum GPA of 2.0.
For timely degree completion, FTIC (First Time in College) students are expected to complete the following:
For timely degree completion, transfer students are expected to complete the following:
Students should refer to the Curriculum Map for milestone information. Curriculum maps for each major can be found at https://www2.fgcu.edu/cob/.
In addition to the program requirements, students must: