2020-2021 Catalog

Business and Organizational Management — Logistics and Supply Chain Management, B.A.S.

B106: Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management — Logistics and Supply Chain Management Specialization

The Logistics and Supply Chain Management Specialization under the Business and Organizational Management Bachelor of Applied Science degree prepares students for entry into a career in procurement, warehouse management, logistics, or the supply chain workforce. The program develops knowledge, skills and abilities that help students to understand management, finance and budgets in the supply chain industry.

A grade of C or better is required in all technical, program core and program specialization courses, and all courses used to satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement. Students transferring into baccalaureate programs with an A.A. degree or higher do not need to meet our General Education requirements with the exception of college level English and Gordon Rule math. These students must have successfully completed, with a grade of C or better, at least one college level English and one Gordon Rule math course. General Education courses must total 36 credits. The A.A. or higher degree must be from an accredited institution but can be public, private and/or out of state. Additional coursework may be required for students transferring into B.A.S. programs with an A.S. or A.A.S. degree.

This program is eligible for federal and state financial aid. Contact the Financial Aid Office for further information about your individual eligibility.

Requirements

Required Technical Specialization Courses: 21 credit hours

College-level coursework used to satisfy this requirement may have the following prefixes: ACG, BUL, BUS, CET, CGS, CIS, COP, CTS, ECO, ENT, GEB, LOG, MAN, MAR, MGT, MNA, SBM or TRA, in addition to the select courses listed below. Actual coursework required will vary based on the student's associate-level coursework. Students will work with their advisor to choose the necessary coursework for their program. A total of 21 credit hours is required.

ETI 1117Introduction to Quality Control

3

ETI 1151Instrument Techniques and Measurement

3

ETI 1411Manufacturing Processes I

3

ETI 1720CIndustrial Safety

3

ETI 1622Concepts of Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma

3

ETI 1628Developing and Coaching Self-Directed Work Teams

3

ETI 2610Six Sigma for the Expert

3

ETI 2623Lean Enterprise for the Expert

3

EET 1084Survey of Electronics

3

EGN 1007CEngineering Concepts and Measures

1

EGN 1111Engineering Graphics

3

EGS 1006Introduction to the Engineering Profession

1

ETM 2401Mechanical Devices and Systems

3

ETD 23643-D Modeling with Solid Works

3

ETS 1700Hydraulics and Pneumatics

3

Core and Specialization: 39 credit hours

Program Core Courses

MAN 3303Management and Leadership

3

COM 3120Organizational Communications

3

ACG 3024Financial Statement Analysis for Managers

3

BUL 3130The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business

3

MAN 4940Internship in Business and Organizational Management

3

Program Specialization Courses

TRA 4202Logistics Systems Management

3

GEB 4891Strategic Management and Decision Making

3

TRA 4721International Logistics and Transportation

3

TRA 4155Supply Chain Management

3

ISM 4314IT Project Management

3

ISM 3011Introduction to Information Systems Management

3

TRA 4234Warehouse Management

3

MAN 4900Capstone in Organizational Management

3

Credit Hours from Associate Degree 60

Total Credit Hours: 120