Supply chain management (SCM) is the management of the flow of goods and services. In your future career, you will be involved in the oversight of materials, information and finances as they move in a process from supplier to manufacturer to retailer to consumer.
The supply chain management concentration is fulfilled by four required courses. The current schedule for these courses is available in the Schedule of Classes on the BU Brain . Descriptions of courses are listed in the Binghamton University Bulletin and course descriptions for the upcoming semester are available on the BU Brain.
Contact Academic Advising for the most updated list of required courses.
Completion of S-Core coursework required for all courses. Students select either SCM 460 or MKTG 475.
- SCM 360 - SpreadsheetModeling&Dec Making
- SCM 365 - Supply Chain Management
- SCM 460 - Bus Intelligence & Analytics
- MKTG 475 - Data Driven Marketing
- SCM 480A - Supply Chain Problem Solving I
- SCM 480C - Supply Chain Problem Solving 2
- SCM 375 - Applied Models Operations MGMT
- SCM 465 - Managing Healthcare Operations
SCM 480: Special Topics in Supply Chain Management
After You Graduate
This concentration could help you pursue a role as a logistics planner, buyer/supply management analyst or inventory specialist. Your career could progress to supply chain manager, or consultant, and to the vice president level in supply chain related areas. The job prospects in this field are rapidly growing, and positions for supply chain management can come from all sectors of the economy including manufacturing, service, health care and retail.