Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management



The Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management (BS SCM) is a STEM degree program at the Jindal School of Management which designed for students seeking to focus their business education by developing a working expertise and knowledge in the different elements of the supply chain. Students will learn how these elements work together to create performance-driven operations. Our BS SCM program gives you the knowledge, skills and applied research experience you need to help your future employers maximize efficiency and profitability.

The program will provide you with:

  • Solid understanding of supply chain management and effective practices.
  • Skills for finding the resource that will give your company the best return on investment.
  • Knowledge of innovative supply chain processes.
  • Analytical techniques for assuring quality and delivery performance.
  • Strategies for minimizing total costs of goods and services.

Thank you for your interest in our Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management (BS SCM) degree program. We worked very diligently with our supply chain industry advisory board (IAB) to develop the curriculum that addresses the development of required SCM skill sets demanded by the industry. The BS SCM program provides an innovative curriculum that would enhance your future career path while focusing on developing appropriate business skills for today’s marketplace.

Please let me know if you would like to discuss whether the BS SCM program is a good fit for you.


Sonia Leach, PhD
Director, Undergraduate SCM Program


Email
(972) 883-5845
Office – JSOM 3.229

The program’s curriculum consists of 120 credits, of which 42 credits of General Education courses, 43 credits of preparatory and business core courses, 15 credits of supply chain core courses, 9 credits of supply chain guided electives, and 11 credits of free electives.

Degree Plan
General Education Requirements (42 hours)

Preparatory Courses (15 hours)

  • MATH 1325 Applied Calculus I
  • MATH 1326 Applied Calculus II
  • ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics
  • BLAW 2301 Business and Public Law
  • AIM 2301 Introductory Financial Accounting
  • AIM 2302 Introductory Management Accounting
Business Core Courses (28 hours)

Supply Chain Management Core (18 hours)

Supply Chain Management Guided Electives (9 hours)
Must select two OPRE Courses (6 semester credit hours) and one Non-OPRE Course (3 semester credit hours):

Supply Chain Management Other Electives (11 hours)

  • Advanced or Free Electives (11 hours)

The Fast-Track Program enables undergraduate students enrolled at UT Dallas to begin work on the MS SCM degree before graduation. Qualified seniors may take graduate courses that will both apply toward the Bachelor of Science degree and satisfy requirements for the MS SCM degree.

Even more significant, successful completion of the undergraduate Fast-Track Program while retaining the minimum GPA of 3.30 and completing OPRE 3360 (or its equivalent) and MATH 1325 calculus requirement provides the opportunity for application and entry into the applicable graduate program in the School of Management without submitting a GMAT or GRE exam score.

Admission to the Fast-Track Program requires that students:

  • Have completed at least 15 hours at UT Dallas
  • Are within 30 hours of graduation
  • Have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.30
  • Have completed all lower-level required courses
  • Have completed OPRE 3360 or its equivalent and the MATH 1325 calculus requirement

To remain in the Fast-Track Program, a student must maintain an overall undergraduate GPA of at least 3.30. For the Fast-Track courses to satisfy graduate-degree requirements, a student must achieve grades of B or better in graduate coursework. A grade of B- (minus) does not satisfy the graduate requirement.