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Undergraduate Degree Programs

Project and Supply Chain Management

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College (PRSCM)

Contact: Ray Venkataraman (

The Project and Supply Chain Management Minor is designed to introduce students within the School of Business to advanced topics in supply chain and project management. The minor can provide options and opportunities beyond those offered by a major program of study. Students enrolled in nonbusiness majors should explore the minor in Operations and Supply Chain Management whereas students in a business major can pursue the Project and Supply Chain Management Minor.

For a Minor in Project and Supply Chain Management a minimum of 18 credits are required.

Scheduling Recommendation by Semester Standing Given Like (Sem: 1-2)

Requirements for the Minor: 18 credits

MGMT 301(3)[18], SCM 301(3)[18]

Select 3 credits: MGMT 410(3)[18]; BA 421(3)[18]
Select 3 courses (9 credits) of 400-level MGMT and SCM courses from the following list. The choices must include at least one MGMT and one SCM course: MGMT 415(3); MGMT 418(3); SCM 445(3); SCM 455(3); SCM 460(3)

Last Revised by the Department: Spring 2016

Blue Sheet Item #: 44-06-030A

Review Date: 2/23/2016


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