If you choose to major in Operations and Supply Chain Management you will work with dedicated faculty and industry professionals to learn the theoretical and practical skills needed to be successful in this field. Further, you will gain sufficient analytical skills to make the necessary decisions for operational improvements that will create more effective and efficient operating systems.
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Full information can be found in the SCM Minor section of the Undergraduate Catalog.
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