Program Contact: Julia Fullick-Jagiela  203-582-5034

This program prepares students for positions in purchasing, supply management, transportation and logistics management, operations management, inventory management, demand forecasting and supply chain planning. The program integrates core business courses with major field coursework and emphasizes professional development, analytical skills, communication skills and international components of modern supply chains. 

BS in Supply Chain Management Curriculum

Students majoring in supply chain management are required to complete 122 credits.

Business Core Curriculum
Complete the Business Core Curriculum43
University Curriculum
Complete the University Curriculum for School of Business34
Supply Chain Management Core
MG 302Managing People, Projects and Change3
MG 321Data-Driven Decision Making3
MG 325Negotiations and Problem Solving3
MG 340Transportation and Logistics Management3
MG 341Service Operations Management3
MG 343Procurement and Sourcing3
MG 402Management Senior Seminar3
Supply Chain Management Electives
Select three of the following:9
Cost Accounting
Data Mining for Business Insights
Construction Management
Environmental Ethics
Sustainable Development
Introduction to Healthcare Management
International Marketing
Introduction to Global Entrepreneurship
International Management
Production Systems (MER 225)
Statistical Process Control
The International Money Trail
Special Topics
Immersive Leadership Experience
Sports Management
Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
Project Management
Supply Chain Analytics
Marketing Research
Business Internship
Open Electives
Select 15 credits15
Total Credits122

Student Learning Outcomes

Students who graduate with a BS in Supply Chain Management will demonstrate the following proficiencies:

  1. Business Knowledge: Students apply basic business theories and concepts to understand and solve business problems.
  2. Business Analytics: Students effectively gather, assess and utilize data to understand, improve and communicate business decisions using Excel and other analytical tools.
  3. Communication: Students communicate business ideas effectively through written communications, oral communications and presentations, and digital media.
  4. Critical Thinking: Students utilize information and research findings to analyze problems and determine appropriate solutions.
  5. Business Ethics: Students apply ethical frameworks to evaluate situations and determine appropriate solutions.
  6. Cultural Adaptability: Students recognize and apply knowledge of diversity within and across individuals and groups.
  7. Professionalism: Students exhibit professional behavior, including a strong work ethic in their classes, in their interactions with faculty, staff and colleagues, and in their team assignments.

Admission Requirements: School of Business

The requirements for admission into the undergraduate School of Business programs are the same as those for admission to Quinnipiac University.

Admission to the university is competitive, and applicants are expected to present a strong college prep program in high school. Prospective first-year students are strongly encouraged to file an application as early in the senior year as possible, and arrange to have first quarter grades sent from their high school counselor as soon as they are available.

For detailed admission requirements, including required documents, please visit the Admissions page of this catalog.

Seamless Transfer Agreement with Gateway Community College (GCC), Housatonic Community College (HCC) and Norwalk Community College (NCC)

Under this Transfer Agreement, GCC, HCC and NCC graduates will be guaranteed admission into a bachelor’s degree program with third year (junior) status at Quinnipiac University on the condition that they: 

  • Graduate with an associate in arts, an associate in science in business, College of Technology engineering science, nursing or an allied health degree with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 (this may be higher in specific programs). 
  • Satisfy all other Quinnipiac University transfer admission requirements and requirements for intended major.

Suggested Transfer Curriculum for BS in Supply Chain Management

A minimum of 60 credits is required for transfer into the BS in Supply Chain Management program. Below is a sample plan of study for the first two years prior to matriculation at Quinnipiac University.

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall SemesterCredits
English I 3
Introduction to Business 3
Microeconomics 3
Business Statistics 3
History Elective 3
Spring Semester
English II 3
Macroeconomics 3
Financial Accounting 3
Information Systems 3
Marketing 3
Second Year
Fall Semester
Managerial Accounting 3
Finance 3
International Business 3
Management 3
Art Elective 3
Spring Semester
Operations Management 3
Business Law 3
Science Elective with Lab 4
Social Science Elective 3
Additional Elective (Business or other) 3
 Total Credits61