In addition to benefiting from a comprehensive SSCM curriculum, Honors students must satisfy the Honors requirement by taking two specially designated courses. They must successfully complete the assigned projects developed specifically for the Honors students. The following two courses are offered during the junior and senior years and have the Honors components: SSCM 355 and INSS 460 or its substitute. It is recommended that non-business majors who are seeking a minor in services and supply chain management take their electives from the Graves School courses if possible. Students are encouraged to declare the SSCM minor as early as possible and should consult with the INSS Department advisors to ensure that courses are taken in the proper sequence.
Requirements for the B.S. Degree in Services and Supply Chain Management
A minimum of 120 credit hours are required to graduate with a B.S. in Services and 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
All Business Core, Supporting, and Major Requirements must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher