Program Overview

Designed by experts in the field, the Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management equips students with the professional knowledge and practical skills needed for a variety of successful careers in logistics and supply chain management.

Program Highlights

  • Career-relevant coursework based on current industry trends
  • Dual focus on theoretical foundation and practical skills
  • Broad focus on business, management, logistics, and supply chain management resulting in preparation for a wide variety of careers in the field
  • Integration of biblical concepts and principles with discipline specific topics


Required Major Credits


Cost Per Credit


Estimated Major Cost

Potential Careers

Graduates of the program are armed with the knowledge and practical skills needed to succeed in a variety of roles in related industries:

Supply Chain Manager

Logistics Manager

Purchasing Manager

Strategic Sourcing Manager

Production Manager

Facilities Manager

Course Requirements

Students must complete the following degree components at LAPU or via applicable transfer credits.
See the catalog for more details.

General Education Requirements
31 Credits

General Education (31): see catalog for more details

31 Credits
Program Requisites
12 Credits

ACCT 210Financial Accounting

3 Credits

ACCT 220Managerial Accounting

3 Credits

ECON 204Principles of Macroeconomics

3 Credits

STAT 280Applied Statistics

3 Credits
Major Requirements
45 Credits

BUSN 250Business Communications

3 Credits

BUSN 270Business Law and Ethics

3 Credits

ECON 440International Economics and Trade

3 Credits

BUSN 310Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions

3 Credits

BUSN 350Marketing and E-Commerce

3 Credits

ISYS 380Information Systems Management

3 Credits

BUSN 395Project Management

3 Credits

BUSN 415Operations Management

3 Credits

SCHM 300Global Supply Chain Management

3 Credits

SCHM 310Quality Management

3 Credits

SCHM 320Transportation and Distribution Management

3 Credits

SCHM 400Strategic Warehouse Management

3 Credits

SCHM 410Procurement and Strategic Sourcing

3 Credits

SCHM 420Consumer Value Ecosystem

3 Credits

SCHM 490Supply Chain Management Capstone

3 Credits
32 Credits

Electives (32): choose 100-400 level courses from the catalog

32 Credits
Total Credits
120 Credits
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Recommended Concentrations

A concentration is similar to a minor, but more integrated and with no extra units added to the degree. Each program allows you to choose a concentration to sharpen your skills and specialize in a focused area of study.


Includes emphasis on cost accounting, budgeting, and tax accounting. Review the economic, quantitative, and managerial aspects of business.

The Accounting concentration provides students with a survey of the principles, theories, and concepts of the accounting profession while presenting an intense review of the economic, quantitative, and managerial aspects in business. Classroom theory, coupled with the coverage of key skills and practical knowledge, prepares students for professions within the industry. The coursework initiates the process of preparing students for the CPA examination administered by the various state boards of accountancy in the United States.

ACCT 300 – Intermediate Accounting (3 Credits)

ACCT 320 – Intermediate Accounting II (3 Credits)

ACCT 340 – Cost Accounting, Analysis and Budgeting (3 Credits)

ACCT 410 – Tax Accounting (3 Credits)

ACCT 430 – Auditing (3 Credits)

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