Logistics Management is an emphasis on management and coordination of resources to support government and private sector operations in normal and emergency situations. This concentration is available on-campus.
- SCMT 3410 Sustainable Supply Chain Management
- SCMT 4380 Industrial Purchasing and Logistics Management
Nine credit hours from the following:
- ACCT 2000 Accounting Basics for Non-Business Majors OR
- ACCT 2010 Principles of Accounting I AND ACCT 2020 Principles of Accounting II
- SCMT 2000 Survey of Supply Chain Management
- SCMT 4330 Project Management
- SCMT 4350 Global Sourcing and Innovation
- SCMT 4540 Supply Chain Management Internship
- ECON 1200 An Introduction to the U.S. Economy
- SCMT/ISQA 4160 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning
Within the Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management, students choose two concentrations. Several concentrations that pair well with Logistics Management include: Aviation Administration, Intelligence and Security, Private Sector Management, Geospatial Science, Natural Disasters, Planning and Preparing for Urban Hazards, and Tribal Management and Emergency Services.
A minor in Supply Chain Management is also available; for more information, see the Emergency Management and Disaster Science Academic Advisor.