B.S. in Supply Chain Management

College of Business and Public Management
Academic Foundations
First Year Experience requirement4
English Composition requirement6-7
Mathematics requirement 13-4
Select one of the following:
Algebra and Functions
Algebra, Functions, and Trigonometry
Brief Calculus 2
Calculus I 2
Interdisciplinary requirement3
Diverse Communities requirement3
Ethics requirement3
Distributed Disciplinary Foundations
Science requirement 36-8
Introduction to Geospatial Technology and Analytics
Programming & Data Science
Behavioral & Social Science requirement6
Principles of Economics (Macro) 1
Principles of Economics (Micro)
Sociology of the Family 4
Humanities requirement6
Introduction to Ethics
Introduction to Philosophy
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Contemporary Global History 5
History of Civilization I
Arts requirement3
University Requirements
Writing Emphasis requirement9
Speaking Emphasis requirement9
Public Speaking
Business and Professional Speech Communication
Degree Requirements
Capstone requirement1-15
Pre-Business Requirements 1,6
ECO 111Principles of Economics (Macro)3
ECO 112Principles of Economics (Micro)3
ACC 201Financial Accounting3
ECO 251Business Analytics I3
or MAT 121 Introduction to Statistics I
MAT 143Brief Calculus 23
or MAT 161 Calculus I
MKT 250Principles of Marketing3
MGT 200Principles of Management3
Business Core 1,7
ACC 202Managerial Accounting3
BLA 201Legal Environment of Business3
ECO 351Business Analytics II3
FIN 325Corporate Finance3
MGT 313Business and Society3
MGT 341Production and Operations Management3
SCM Major Courses 1,7
MIS 300Introduction to Management Information Systems3
SCM 351Supply Chain Management3
SCM 381Quality Management3
SCM 391Purchasing & Supply Management3
SCM 388Plant Tours in Business Process Management3
or SCM 499 Supply Chain Management Consulting
SCM Major Electives 1
Choose any 300/400-level courses within the supply chain area (SCM) that are not already required courses in the Supply Chain Core.6
Principles of Project Management
Logistics Management
Supply Chain Management in China
Supply Chain Management Internship 8
Small Business Operations
Free Electives
Complete 18 credits. 918
Capstone Requirement
MGT 499Business Policy and Strategy 1,103
Total Minimum Credits Required120

A minimum grade of C must be earned in this course. If not, course must be repeated until a minimum of C is earned. Students are limited to six course repeats; a single course may not be repeated more than twice.


Students that place directly into calculus (MAT 143/MAT 161) and complete the course with a C or better will have satisfied their General Education Mathematics requirement. In lieu of taking a prerequisite for calculus (i.e., MAT 113/MAT 115/MAT 131), students will have a free elective.


This requirement is waived for internal and external transfer students who have earned 45 or more credits or have already taken two approved general education science classes.


Or the second Behavioral and Social Sciences course can be chosen from one of the following areas: Anthropology, Sociology, Geography, Psychology, or Government.


The second course can be chosen from either Literature or History courses.


Must be completed prior to applying to any business major.


A minimum GPA of 2.50 is required to register for 300- or 400- level business classes.


Only 3 credits of SCM 483 can be used toward the SCM Major Electives requirement.


Students in an accelerated program should take 12 graduate credits.


This course fulfills the Capstone requirement.

Accelerated B.S. in Supply Chain Management to M.S. in Geography Program

Students must apply to the Accelerated M.S. in Geography program after successful completion of 60 undergraduate credits with a 3.0 minimum GPA. If accepted, the student will receive conditional acceptance to the M.S. in Geography program contingent on successful completion of their undergraduate degree. Students must complete the Accelerated Program Application prior to enrolling in M.S. in Geography courses during their 3rd year. Students may substitute up to 12 graduate credits for student electives to satisfy the B.S. program requirements.

Free Electives
GEO 502Topical Seminar in Geography3
GEO 506Seminar in Physical Geography3
GEO 507Internet Applications of Geographic Information Systems3
GEO 521Suburbanization and Land Development3
GEO 524Population Processes3
GEO 526Metropolitan Systems and Problems3
GEO 531Transportation Planning3
GEO 538Environmental Modeling with Geographic Information Systems3
GEO 554Geography and Planning of Housing3
GEO 556Introduction to Business GIS3
GEO 572Seminar in Resource Management3
GEO 577Geodatabases3
PLN 505Planning Design (Studio A)3
PLN 525Planning History, Theory and Ethics3
PLN 527Planning Law and Organization3
PLN 528Economic Development Planning3
PLN 536Environmental Planning3


To track their individual degree progress, students are advised to access their Degree Progress Report (DPR) via myWCU regularly. For more information, visit wcupa.edu/DegreeProgressReport.

The following is a sample suggested course sequence for this program; course offerings and availability are not guaranteed. Students should consult their academic advisor with any questions.

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
ECO 111 Principles of Economics (Macro) 1 3
MAT 113
Algebra and Functions 1
or Algebra, Functions, and Trigonometry
or Precalculus
WRT 120 Effective Writing I 3
FYE 100XFirst Year Experience 4
Behavioral & Social Science Gen Ed 3
ECO 112 Principles of Economics (Micro) 1 3
MAT 143
Brief Calculus
or Calculus I
CSC 112
Programming & Data Science
or Introduction to Geospatial Technology and Analytics
WRT 2XX200-Level WRT Course 3
Humanities Gen Ed 3
Year Two
MGT 200 Principles of Management 1 3
ACC 201 Financial Accounting 1 3
ECO 251 Business Analytics I 1 3
SPK 208
Public Speaking
or Business and Professional Speech Communication
Science Gen Ed 3
ACC 202 Managerial Accounting 1 3
BLA 201 Legal Environment of Business 1 3
MKT 250 Principles of Marketing 1 3
PHI 101
Introduction to Philosophy
or Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
or Introduction to Ethics
Interdisciplinary Gen Ed 3
Year Three
ECO 351 Business Analytics II 1 3
MGT 341 Production and Operations Management 1 3
SCM 351 Supply Chain Management 1 3
SCM 391 Purchasing & Supply Management 1 3
SCM XXXSCM Elective 1 3
MGT 313 Business and Society 1 3
MIS 300 Introduction to Management Information Systems 1 3
SCM 381 Quality Management 1 3
SCM 388
Plant Tours in Business Process Management 1
or Supply Chain Management Consulting
GEO/PLN 5XXGraduate Elective 3
Year Four
FIN 325 Corporate Finance 1 3
SCM XXXSCM Elective 1 3
Diverse Communities Gen Ed 3
Arts Gen Ed 3
GEO/PLN 5XXGraduate Elective 3
MGT 499 Business Policy and Strategy 1 3
GEO/PLN 5XXGraduate Elective 3
GEO/PLN 5XXGraduate Elective 3
Free Elective 3
Free Elective 3
 Total Credits121

C minimum required for this course