Minor in Supply-Chain and Operations Management
Special emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills that are increasingly useful to managers, such as conceptual, analytical, communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills. Students learn to diagnose organizational issues in a way that reflects an understanding of multiple, interacting levels of organizational analysis, including current environmental and global forces.
Requirements for Supply-Chain and Operations Management minor:
- MG 315 Supply-Chain Management
- MG 316 Service Operations Management
- MG 317 Managing Quality
- One Arts and Science course from this list:
CS 240 Business Processing and Communications Infrastructure
COM 210 Effective Speaking
NASE 364 Science of Sustainability
PH 130 Corporate Social Responsibility
PH 131 Philosophy of Work
SO 264 Technology, Society, and Work
SO 265 Talk at Work
ST 242 Applied Business Statistics
All minors must be declared via MyBentley and approved by the coordinator.