Supply Chain Management

 
 
 

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Our Supply Chain Management major is correspondingly designed to provide students with a comprehensive skill set in Supply Chain Management while also leaving ample room in their schedules for foundational courses imperative for their long-term success. The ultimate goal of this major is to help students learn the skills necessary to secure an entry-level position in SCM, while also providing them with the educational background necessary for them to grow in their careers in the years to come.

Degrees

Supply Chain Management (B.S.)

Major

THE MORNINGSIDE DIFFERENCE

Hybrid Course Model

Some courses in this program are taken online & powered by Rize. The core curriculum will be taken on-campus, giving students the best of student life with the flexibility of some online learning.

Internships

You will have the opportunity to participate in an internship or immersive externship where you can receive up to 12 credits for paid professional training and experience in an accounting work environment.

Subject Matter Experts

You will have the opportunity to learn from and interact with our Faculty who have extensive knowledge in the subject area. Programs are built with experts in the related fields.

Morningside and Rize Education have partnered to offer degree programs in high-demand fields. The majority of classes are completed on-campus and in-person at Morningside, with Rize offering others online via their state-of-the-art technology platform.

PROGRAM FEATURES

  • Morningside Faculty You will have the opportunity to learn from and interact with our Faculty who have extensive knowledge in the subject area.
  • Dr. Rudolph Leuschner, Rutgers University – Dr. Leuschner is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management and the Program Director for the online MS in Supply Chain Management at Rutgers Business School. His primary research focuses on the end-to-end supply chain and the integration of its three primary flows: product, information, and financial. Specifically, in the new field of Supply Chain Finance, he has been active in developing relevant insights for academic and practitioner audiences. His work has appeared in (among others) the Journal of Supply Chain Management, Journal of Business Logistics, Decision Sciences, the Journal of Business Ethics, Harvard Business Review, and Rutgers Business Review.

    Dr. Leuschner has been a frequent speaker at academic as well as practitioner conferences. His teaching interests at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive education level on the topics of Supply Chain Strategy, Innovation, Supply Chain Finance, and Demand Management. He received his Ph.D. in Logistics and a minor in Marketing from The Ohio State University.
  • Professional Contributors – This curriculum was inspired by meetings with 20+ employers throughout the country, the vast majority of whom indicated that they had a significant interest in hiring college graduates with Supply Chain Management degrees. These same employers were then consulted about our finalized curriculum to ensure that the intended learning outcomes matched their hiring needs. Finally, we worked at length with two Fortune 500 companies with extensive supply chain departments (one fashion company and one furniture company) to verify that the final curriculum covered all learning outcomes and did not include any unnecessary courses.

  • Foundations of Business and Ethics: Foundations of Business and Ethics is designed to expose incoming business school students to the many functions of modern business. The course introduces students to career fields in the areas of business, and the types of decisions made by business professionals with an emphasis on ethical decision making. Students will apply the stakeholder theory of ethics to different ethical dilemmas. Other topics will include the global business environment, management, marketing, finance, accounting, business analytics, and information technology discussed in an introductory manner.
  • Business Strategy: This course will provide all students pursuing degrees in the Managerial Accounting, Business Administration, and Marketing a culminating experience where all business disciplines are brought together to learn the process for developing strategies plans for enterprises. Students will be introduced to strategic planning and management theories and then apply the theories to real world planning challenges. Students will not only do individual research during the course but will contribute to an integrated planning document. Students will present their research through a formal paper and presentation.
  • Forecasting & Logistics: No course description
  • Supply Chain Management Technologies: No course description

As networks have continued to expand, Supply Chain Management (SCM) has become one of the most critical areas for companies with a need to move products around the globe. A total of 1.4 million new jobs in Supply Chain and Logistics were created from 2014-2018, and this growth is likely to continue as more and more companies recognize the importance of optimizing their supply chain.

Students who secure jobs in this field will be able to have a real impact, as global supply chains continue to proliferate and impact economies and environments throughout the world.

LEARN BY DOING

RIZE EDUCATION

Morningside is committed to providing students with a positive return on their investment in education. That’s why we started career-oriented degrees in the highest-demand fields of today’s economy in partnership with Rize Education.

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MEET THE FACULTY

Marilyn Eastman

Marilyn Eastman

Professor

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Jay Moran

Department Head, Assistant Professor

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Ngamboko Muzinga

Ngamboko Muzinga

Associate Professor

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Mark Nielsen

Mark Nielsen

Associate Professor

Accounting & Business

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James Rajasekar

Visiting Associate Professor

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Twyla Rosenbaum

Twyla Rosenbaum

Professor

Accounting & Business

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John Zink

John Zink

Associate Professor

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Darrel Sandall

Darrel Sandall

Dean of the School of Business

Because of our close-knit environment and small classes, students in the School of Business build strong connections with the faculty, who all have prior industry experience. As a result, the faculty are tremendously beneficial in helping students understand the career field, learn the skills they need to be successful in their careers, and are great connections for before and after graduation.

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RELATED MAJORS & MINORS

Still looking for the right fit? Here are some additional program options that we think might interest you or are often paired with this program. You can also view the programs page to keep exploring your options.

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Marketing

Accounting – Managerial

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99%

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65+

majors & pre-professional programs available

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