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Bachelor of Arts in Administration - Supply Chain Management

This program is designed to provide students with analytical knowledge and tools of integrating value-adding components in organizations operations, purchasing, transportation, information technology, warehousing, and distribution for enhancing their competitiveness. Students will be skilled in developing frameworks for strategic planning, controlling, and improving value creating processes in private and public organizations. This degree program focuses on the practical applications of logistics and supply chain management knowledge and analytical techniques to effectively solve organizations problems. Students graduating from this program will be prepared for a variety of logistics and supply chain management positions such as, Director of Supply Chain Operations, Performance Improvement Manager, Logistics and Supply Chain Analyst, Sourcing and Purchasing Director, Commodity Manager, Warehouse and Transportation Manager, Distribution Manager, Operations Manager, or Systems Manager.

(Program Code: SCM_)

Supply Chain Management Concentration (18 units)
Course Number Course Name Units
SCM 3050 Enterprise Resource Planning 3
SCM 4400 Transportation Systems Management 3
SCM 4700 Advanced Supply Chain and Logistics Management 3
SCM 4750 Supply Chain Business Analytics 3
SCM 5150 Project Management 3
Three units chosen from the following:
Course Number Course Name Units
SCM 3500 Problem Solving and Decision Making 3
SCM 4450 International Logistics 3
SCM 4800 Quality Management 3
SCM 5050 Advanced Enterprise Resources Planning 3
GEOG 5303 Advanced Topics in GIS and Spatial Techniques 3
ADMN 5753 Internship 3
SCM 5930 Seminar in Supply Chain Management 3
SCM 5951 Independent Study 1
SCM 5952 Independent Study 2
SCM 5953 Independent Study 3

Total Units: 18

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Master of Business Administration - Global Supply Chain Management Concentration

The supply chain is the network of organizations that work together to produce and deliver a product or service. This network can include suppliers, designers, financial institutions, manufacturers, warehousing, transportation, and distributions groups and resellers. Organizations now recognize that their ability to compete and succeed in today's economy requires that they manage beyond the operations within their own 'four walls.' They must actively manage their supply chain.

Required courses (20 units)
Course Number Course Name Units
ADMN 6010 Data-Driven Decision Making 3
ADMN 6020 Advanced Managerial Communications 3
ACCT 6060 Accounting for Managerial Decision-Making 3
FIN 6020 Financial Theory and Corporate Finance 3
IST 6090 Information Systems and Technology Management 3
MGMT 6010 Organization Theory and Behavior 3
MGMT 6850 Strategic Management 3
MKTG 6050 Marketing Management 3
SCM 6070 Managing the Supply Chain 3

 Total Units: 27

6 units from the following courses:
Course Number Course Name Units
SCM 5150 Project Management 3
SCM 6110 Global Supply Chain Management and Logistics 3
SCM 6600 Transportation and Supply Chain Management 3
5000 or above

Three units chosen from any JHBC graduate level course (5000 level or above), including the one course not taken above.


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Master of Science in Logistics and E-commerce (MSLE)

This degree program will be launched soon.

The Master of Science in Logistics and E-commerce (MSLE) program provides post-baccalaureate students pursuing a career in logistics and e-commerce with high-quality graduate education. The aim is to educate post-baccalaureate students to be experts in the specialty fields of logistics and e-commerce within the major field of supply chain management. Research reveals a strong and growing job market in the Inland Empire for workers with the knowledge and skills students will learn in this program.

A Master of Science degree in Logistics and E-commerce will prepare students for management positions in government, the military, and the private sector. Some of the potential high paying career paths for graduates are Global Logistics Manager, Transportation Manager, Procurement Manager, Supply Chain Coordinator, Supply Chain/Logistics Analyst, Distribution Manager, Fulfillment/Warehouse Manager, E-commerce Logistics Analyst, E-commerce Operations Manager, E-commerce Sales & Logistics Coordinator, E-commerce Logistics Supervisor, E-commerce & Business Development Manager.

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Master of Science in Business & Data Analytics (MSBDA)

This degree program will be launched soon.

Successful businesses use data and models to make better decisions and gain a competitive advantage. Vast amounts of data on customers, suppliers, operations, and financial transactions are collected from a variety of sources, often managed in diverse systems, by multiple stakeholders. Transforming this data into insights that can enhance decision-making is a key challenge for businesses of every size, across all industries. In the rapidly expanding world of big data, the demand for skilled professionals has skyrocketed. According to Forbes, worldwide big data market revenues for software and services are projected to grow from $42 billion in 2018 to $103 billion in 2027. The Master of Science in Business and Data Analytics (MSBDA) leverages a rigorous curriculum to help students not just analyze data but understand it, translate it, and incorporate it into strategy at the top levels of their organizations. 

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