Advice for Majors

Advice for Majors

To help you with your current and future scheduling, a list of Management (MGMT) and Supply Chain Management (SCM) courses for fall and spring terms has been provided below. It is important to note that some of these courses are only offered once per year, which means you will need to pay particular attention to scheduling for future semesters. If you need one or more of these courses, make sure you do not miss the opportunity to sign up for them when they are offered.

First: Pay attention to prerequisites!

  • MGMT 301 is a prerequisite for all upper-level MGMT courses.
  • SCM 301 is a prerequisite for all upper-level SCM courses.
  • MGMT 410 is a prerequisite for MGMT 415 and MGMT 418.
  • MGMT 431 is a prerequisite for MGMT 342
  • FIN 301, SCM 301, MGMT 301, and MKTG 301 are prerequisites for MGMT 471W, which should be scheduled in your seventh or eighth semester.
  • Please check the undergraduate course bulletin for a full list of prerequisites for a particular course.

Second: Choose 9 credits from one business supporting area (e.g., Marketing, Economics). Alternatively, you might use these credits to obtain a certificate in an area like Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) with SAP or take advanced Project and Supply Chain Management electives. Check with your adviser to discuss your options.

Third: MIS 336, or other options, in consultation with the Program Chair, can be substituted for ECON 481.

Upper-Level Management Course Offerings- Tentative schedule for fall and spring terms:

Fall Semester

  • MGMT 341 Introduction to Human Resource Management
  • MGMT 410 Project Management
  • MGMT 418 Project Planning and Resource Management (Beginning Fall 2014)
  • MGMT 420 Negotiation and Conflict Management
  • MGMT 431 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
  • MGMT 440 Advanced Human Resource Management
  • MGMT 461 International Management
  • SCM 445 Operations Planning and Control
  • SCM 455 Logistics Systems Analysis and Design
  • SCM 460 Purchasing and Materials Management
  • SCM 465 Electronic Business Management
  • MGMT 461 International Management

Spring Semester

  • MGMT 331 Management and Organization
  • MGMT 341 Introduction to Human Resource Management
  • MGMT 410 Project Management
  • MGMT 415 Project Portfolio Management and Organizations
  • MGMT 420 Negotiation and Conflict Management
  • MGMT 432 Small Business Field Study
  • MGMT 461 International Management
  • SCM 445 Operations Planning and Control
  • SCM 460 Purchasing and Materials Management