Students in the accelerated M.S.C.A. program will be given the option to substitute up to 6 undergraduate SCM credits with 6 M.S.C.A. graduate credits, in selected M.S.C.A. courses in their senior year, and have them count toward their SCM undergraduate degree as well as the M.S.C.A. graduate degree, subjected to approval of the M.S.C.A. program director.
Provided below are some course replacement possibilities (course numbers below may change when the courses are offered):
- Global Procurement and Supply Management (22:799:608) may replace Global Procurement and Sourcing Strategies (29/33:799:305)
- Supply Chain Finance (22:799:640) may replace Supply Chain Finance (29/33:799:480)
- Supply Chain Solution with SAP I (22:799:659) may replace Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management with SAP (29/33:799:320)
- Introduction to Project Management (22:799:661) or Advanced Project Management (22:799:675) may replace Introduction to Project Management (29/33:799:380)
- Lean Six Sigma (22:799:676) may replace Introduction to Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing (29/33:799:460)
- Global Logistics Management (22:799:679) may replace Business Logistics and Transportation (29/33:799:330)
- Demand Management for Value Chain (22:799:663) may replace Demand Planning and Fulfillment (29/33:799:310)
Students can also choose to take other M.S.C.A. courses in their senior year, subject to the 6-credit limit. However, the courses outside the above substitution list will only count toward the students' M.S.C.A. requirements and their total undergraduate credits, but not their undergraduate SCM major requirements.