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Services & Supply Chain Management

Services & Supply Chain Management

Undergraduate Services & Supply Chain Management Program
B.S. AND MINOR IN SERVICES & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

News: The B.S. in Services & Supply Chain Management (SSCM) qualifies for Transfer Incentive Program (TIP), where students with an Associate Degree can obtain up to $2000 per semester for up to five (5) semesters.

Services & Supply Chain Management deal with fundamental business processes with larger roles than ever before in today's dynamic world. The supply chain professionals often work in a global environment to oversee how organizations control the flow of materials, services, finances, and information from suppliers, producers, wholesalers, distributors, retailers to their final customers, with the support of modern information technology.

The undergraduate Services & Supply Chain Management (SSCM) program at Morgan State University emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to offer students a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of services and supply chain management theories and practices, including service design and operations, strategic sourcing and procurement, logistics, channel management, operations, business improvement, Lean and Six Sigma, sustainability, business analytics, retail management, public service management, information systems, and supply chain risk management.

Graduates of this program are expected to start their careers as:

• Entry-level supply chain analysts
• Procurement manager
• Buyer
• Demand manager
• Logistics planner
• Supply management analyst
• Acquisition project analyst,
• Sales/distribution managers
• Supplier relationship manager
• Customer relationship manager

The undergraduate SSCM program offers both a Bachelor of Sciences (B.S.) degree in SSCM and a Minor in SSCM.

Requirements for a B.S. Degree in Services & Supply Chain Management

A minimum of 120 credit hours are required to graduate with a B.S. in Services & Supply Chain Management. These credit hours are distributed as follows:

General Education and University Requirements                                        42
Business Core and Supporting Requirements                                             48
Services and Supply Chain Management Major Requirements                   30


Total Credits                                                                                                120

Course Requirements for a Major in SSCM*:

• SSCM 330 - Supply Chain Management and Sustainability
• SSCM 336 - Lean, Six Sigma, and Quality Management
• SSCM 350 - Procurement Management
• SSCM 355 - Logistics Management
• INSS 395 - Data Analytics for Enterprises
• INSS 460 - Enterprise Information Systems Management II
• SSCM 496 - Capstone in Services & Supply Chain Management
• SSCM Elective:

o Select one from SSCM 480 (Services Management in Government and Public Sector Agencies) or SSCM 495 (Internship in Service and Supply Chain Management)

• GSBM Elective:

o Select one from MKTG 336 (Retail Management), MKTG 345 (Services Marketing), ACCT 300 (Cost Accounting), or ACCT 308 (Accounting Information Systems)

• INSS Elective:

o Select one from INSS 394 (Data Visualization) or INSS 410 (Blockchain)

*The information about major requirements are based on the 2020-2022 catalog. For catalogs of previous years, please refer to the University undergraduate catalog at http://catalog.morgan.edu/. It is critical to be aware of current requirements and to frequently consult with your advisor about your progress toward completing them.

If you are interested, you can obtain a Minor in SSCM to expand your knowledge and career path.

Requirements for a Minor in Services & Supply Chain Management:
A student who is interested in having a SSCM minor can take FOUR courses as follows:

• SSCM 330 - Supply Chain Management and Sustainability
• SSCM 350 - Procurement Management
• SSCM 355 - Logistics Management
• Select one from SSCM 336 (Lean, Six Sigma, and Quality Management), INSS 395 (Data Analytics for Enterprises), or INSS 460 (Enterprise Information Systems Management II)