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2016-2017 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Supply Chain, Information and Analytics, BS


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About the Program

Supply Chain, Information and Analytics is for problem solvers who love to work with data. Agile businesses rely on statistics and data analysis to make informed decisions on everything from client services to vendor management. Data is collected, stored in databases, analyzed and used to create efficiency in operations. Technical knowledge in management information systems, business analytics, supply chain and operations provides support to the business of doing business.

You’ve probably heard terms like supply chain, operations efficiency, big data, cloud computing, data mining, data science and digital economy. Learn what they mean, how they work and how they affect businesses. You’ll study a foundation of management courses to understand the different parts of a business. Data analytics – including statistical analysis, data modeling and database management – is stressed in this program. You may choose to dive deeper into one or more of these three areas: Supply Chain and Operations, Management Information Systems or Business Analytics.

Through a data-driven approach graduates are optimizing business performance as Data Analytics Managers, IT consultants, and Logistics Analysts for Accenture, IBM, Deloitte, Microsoft, General Motors and other companies.

Degree Requirements and Supplemental Information

The full Program Requirements for Supply Chain, Information and Analytics  include all Supplemental Information and selective lists of those categories which a student must fulfill in order to earn their degree. These are intended to be print-friendly, but include less descriptive course detail.

Please see below for program requirements and the necessary degree fulfillments.

Program: MGMT-BS
Code: SCIA
Credit Hours: 120
Graduation Index: 2.00 minimum
Major Index: 2.00 minimum

Management Admissions Index Core (MAI)

  • To be admitted into Upper Division, students who have completed all courses in the MAI must have at least a 3.00 MAI GPA and a 2.50 cumulative GPA, have a C- or higher in all MAI and required School of Management courses, and may not be on academic probation.
  • Complete MGMT 29500 with a C- or higher; Grade calculated in GPA but not for MAI. Change of Degree Objective (CODO) students who have completed a similar career development course are exempt from this requirement.
  • Requirements for Upper Division can be found online: http://www.krannert.purdue.edu/undergraduate/current-students/mgmt/mgmt-req-upper-div.asp
  • University Policy states students may only attempt a course 3 times and grades of W or WF are included in this limit. Per the School of Management, no more than three different MAI courses, or their equivalents, may be taken two times for a grade.
  • School of Management, MAI, and concentration courses with grades of “F” cannot be replaced by a transfer course.
  • Previous enrollments in MA 16100 , MA 16200 , MA 16500 , MA 16600  do not count against the retake policy for the MAI.

Major Selectives* - Choose one or more career tracks (9 credits/track)


1. Business Analytics


Successfully complete the following two courses:

And successfully complete at least one of the following courses:


2. Management Information Systems


Successfully complete the following two courses:

3. Supply Chain and Operations Management


Successfully complete the following two courses:

And successfully complete at least one of the following courses:


Other Departmental/Program Course Requirements (56 credits)


Management Admissions Index (MAI) Core*


Electives (13 credits)


The number of general electives will vary for each student and can include AP credit, transfer credit, and/or Credit by Exam.

University Core Requirements


  • Human Cultures Humanities
  • Human Cultures Behavioral/Social Science
  • Information Literacy
  • Science #1
  • Science #2
  • Science, Technology & Society Selective
  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Quantitative Reasoning

General Information


  • MGMT, OBHR and ECON courses numbered 30000 or higher can only be taken after being admitted to Upper Division.
  • Transfer credit for upper level MGMT, OBHR and ECON (https://selfservice.mypurdue.purdue.edu/prod/bzwtxcrd.p_select_info) courses will only be considered if taken at a 4 year AACSB accredited school, (www.aacsb.edu).
  • Courses taken on approved Krannert study abroad programs may be used to satisfy degree requirements. Students participating in a Purdue approved study abroad program are registered as full-time Purdue students during their semester abroad. Schedule an appointment with your advisor to discuss study abroad opportunities.
  • Minors outside of the School of Management are also available.
  • Information on summer courses is available at www.purdue.edu/thinksummer.
  • Refer to myPurduePlan at www.mypurdue.purdue.edu for degree requirements

International Electives


Any foreign language course - 20100, 20200, 30100, 30200, 40100, and 40200 not in your native language. Foreign language course cannot be taught in English.

Global or international courses (3-6 credits) taken at an approved Purdue study abroad program may be used toward the International Elective with advisor approval.

± Also counts for UC Humanities

≈ Also counts for UC Science Technology & Society

≥ Check myPurdue for course pre-requisites

Program Requirements


Fall 1st Year


15 Credits


Spring 1st Year


16 Credits


Fall 2nd Year


15 Credits


Spring 2nd Year


15 Credits


15 Credits


15 Credits


15 Credits


Spring 4th Year


  • Required SCIA course - Credit Hours: 3.00
  • Required SCIA course - Credit Hours: 3.00
  • Required SCIA course - Credit Hours: 3.00
  • General Elective - Credit Hours: 3.00
  • General Elective - Credit Hours: 2.00

14 Credits


120 Total Credits


Note


◊ Completion prior to admittance to Upper Division strongly encouraged

*UC* Fulfills University Core requirement

CC Critical Course to satisfy MAI requirements

Degree Requirement


The student is ultimately responsible for knowing and completing all degree requirements.

The myPurduePlan powered by DegreeWorks is the knowledge source for specific requirements and completion.

Foreign Language Courses


Foreign Language proficiency requirements vary by program.  For acceptable languages and proficiency levels, see your advisor:

American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, (ancient) Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

Critical Course


The ♦ course is considered critical. A Critical Course is one that a student must be able to pass to persist and succeed in a particular major.

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