At which campus can I study this program?
The Supply Chain and Information Systems (SC&IS) minor is not open to SC&IS major (Smeal) and PSCM majors (Behrend and Capital).
The Supply Chain and Information Systems (SC&IS) minor is structured to provide the student with a working knowledge of the discipline and to complement a student's major field of study. The SC&IS minor provides exposure to core supply chain processes, methods, and techniques and to directly related enabling enterprise system technologies. Students completing the SC&IS minor can apply their expanded knowledge in both manufacturing and service sectors of the economy.
The SC&IS minor is offered on-line through World Campus. SC&IS contains World Campus sections of MIS 404, SCM 445 and SCM 465 that contain SAP-specific topics necessary for the minor. Planning and course selection is important in order to earn proper credit in the SAP-specific courses.
What is Supply Chain and Information Systems?
Supply Chain and Information Systems (SCIS) is a boundary-spanning field of supply chain networks. A supply chain encompasses business functions and enterprises interconnected by resource flows of goods, services, information, and funds. Supply chain management spans these interconnected networks to acquire, produce, and deliver goods and services in our global economy.
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Requirements for the Minor
A grade of C or better is required for all courses in the minor, as specified by Senate Policy 59-10. In addition, at least six credits of the minor must be unique from the prescribed courses required by a student's major(s).
|Prescribed Courses: Require a grade of C or better|
|SCM 301||Supply Chain Management||3|
|SCM 404||Demand Fulfillment||3|
|SCM 406||Strategic Procurement||3|
|SCM 445||Operations Planning and Control||3|
|Additional Courses: Require a grade of C or better|
|Select 6 credits of the following:||6|
|Introduction to ERP and Business Processes|
|Purchasing and Materials Management|
|Electronic Business Management|
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