Project & Supply Chain Management (PSMCA) - Recommended Academic Plan

Students beginning as first-year students.

Semester 1

Course DetailsCredits
ENGL 015 - Rhetoric and Composition (GWS)Notes for: ENGL 015

ENGL 015

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
or ENGL 030 - Honors Freshman Composition (GWS)Notes for: ENGL 030

ENGL 030

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3.0
MATH 110 - Techniques of Calculus I (GQ)Notes for: MATH 110

MATH 110

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
or MATH 140 - Calculus With Analytic Geometry I (GQ)Notes for: MATH 140

MATH 140

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
4.0
3.0
ECON 102 - Introductory Microeconomic Analysis and Policy (GS)Notes for: ECON 102

ECON 102

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3.0
1.5
First Year SeminarNotes for: First Year Seminar

First Year Seminar

FYS: Students who have earned at least 18 credits in an associate's degree program or who have transferred from another university with at least 18 credits are exempt from this requirement.
0.0
Total credits 14.5

Semester 2

Course DetailsCredits
CAS 100 - Effective Speech (GWS)Notes for: CAS 100

CAS 100

Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3.0
STAT 200 - Elementary Statistics (GQ)Notes for: STAT 200

STAT 200

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
or SCM 200 - Introduction to Statistics for Business (GQ)Notes for: SCM 200

SCM 200

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
4.0
MGMT 301 - Basic Management ConceptsNotes for: MGMT 301

MGMT 301

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
3.0
3.0
Total credits 16.0

Semester 3

Course DetailsCredits
ACCTG 211 - Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision MakingNotes for: ACCTG 211

ACCTG 211

Requirements for this course
  • # Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.#
4.0
MKTG 301 - Principles of MarketingNotes for: MKTG 301

MKTG 301

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Total credits 16.0

Semester 4

Course DetailsCredits
FIN 301 - Corporation FinanceNotes for: FIN 301

FIN 301

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
MIS 390 - Information System Management and ApplicationsNotes for: MIS 390

MIS 390

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
3.0
SCM 301 - Business Logistics ManagementNotes for: SCM 301

SCM 301

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Elective
2.0
Total credits 14.0

Semester 5

Course DetailsCredits
2.0
2.0
SCM 320 - Transport SystemsNotes for: SCM 320

SCM 320

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
MGMT 341 - Human Resource ManagementNotes for: MGMT 341

MGMT 341

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Supporting CourseNotes for: Supporting Course

Supporting Course

Skills Enhancement: this component of the degree program consists of 12 credits that provide students with an opportunity to pursue course work related to their career interests. Students should select their courses (in consultation with an advisor) from the Supporting Courses list, below.
3.0
1.5
Total credits 14.5

Semester 6

Course DetailsCredits
SCM 460 - Purchasing and Materials ManagementNotes for: SCM 460

SCM 460

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
SCM 445 - Operations Planning and ControlNotes for: SCM 445

SCM 445

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
ECON 104 - Introductory Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy (GS)Notes for: ECON 104

ECON 104

Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3.0
Supporting CourseNotes for: Supporting Course

Supporting Course

Skills Enhancement: this component of the degree program consists of 12 credits that provide students with an opportunity to pursue course work related to their career interests. Students should select their courses (in consultation with an advisor) from the Supporting Courses list, below.
3.0
300/400-Level Business Elective
3.0
Total credits 15.0

Semester 7

Course DetailsCredits
BA 364Y - International Business and Society (IL)Notes for: BA 364Y

BA 364Y

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3.0
SCM 416 - Warehousing and Terminal ManagementNotes for: SCM 416

SCM 416

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
MGMT 410 - Project ManagementNotes for: MGMT 410

MGMT 410

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Supporting CourseNotes for: Supporting Course

Supporting Course

Skills Enhancement: this component of the degree program consists of 12 credits that provide students with an opportunity to pursue course work related to their career interests. Students should select their courses (in consultation with an advisor) from the Supporting Courses list, below.
3.0
3.0
Total credits 15.0

Semester 8

Course DetailsCredits
BA 462 - Business StrategyNotes for: BA 462

BA 462

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
3.0
MGMT 418 - Project Planning and Resource ManagementNotes for: MGMT 418

MGMT 418

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3.0
Supporting CourseNotes for: Supporting Course

Supporting Course

Skills Enhancement: this component of the degree program consists of 12 credits that provide students with an opportunity to pursue course work related to their career interests. Students should select their courses (in consultation with an advisor) from the Supporting Courses list, below.
3.0
300/400-Level Business Elective
3.0
Total credits 15.0

Additional Notes

GWS, GHA, GQ, GN, GA, GH and GS are codes used to identify General Education requirements.

US, IL are codes used to designate courses that satisfy the University's United States and International Cultures requirements.  Students are required to complete 3 credits in each area, and often these courses can "double-count" with General Education selections, typically in the GA, GH, GS categories, or with major requirements.

Y is the code used to designate courses that satisfy the University's Writing Across the Curriculum requirement.

FYS is the code used to designate courses that satisfy the First-Year Seminar requirement.  Note that students who began their studies Summer 2009 or later may not be required to complete a FYS course.  Check with your advisor for clarification.

Supporting Courses List

  • Computer Science Minor:
    CMPSC 122, CMPSC 221, CMPSC 360, and any 400 level CMPSC course
  • Information Science and Technology Minor:
    IST 110, IST 210, IST 220, IST 301, IST 302, IST 402, IST 431, and IST 432
  • Homeland Security Minor:
    PUBPL 201, PLSC 475, CRIMJ 304, CRIMJ 435, PUBPL 306, and PUBPL 475
  • Psychology:
    PSYCH 100, PSYCH 301, and any 400 level PSYCH course
  • Security and Risk Analysis:
    Any SRA Courses
  • Any Foreign Language Courses

Legend

# Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.
* Course requires a grade of 'C' or better.
† Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.

Footnotes

First Year Seminar
FYS: Students who have earned at least 18 credits in an associate's degree program or who have transferred from another university with at least 18 credits are exempt from this requirement.
Supporting Course
Skills Enhancement: this component of the degree program consists of 12 credits that provide students with an opportunity to pursue course work related to their career interests. Students should select their courses (in consultation with an advisor) from the Supporting Courses list, below.
Supporting Course
Skills Enhancement: this component of the degree program consists of 12 credits that provide students with an opportunity to pursue course work related to their career interests. Students should select their courses (in consultation with an advisor) from the Supporting Courses list, below.
Supporting Course
Skills Enhancement: this component of the degree program consists of 12 credits that provide students with an opportunity to pursue course work related to their career interests. Students should select their courses (in consultation with an advisor) from the Supporting Courses list, below.
Supporting Course
Skills Enhancement: this component of the degree program consists of 12 credits that provide students with an opportunity to pursue course work related to their career interests. Students should select their courses (in consultation with an advisor) from the Supporting Courses list, below.