Supply Chain Management, B.B.A.

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Minimum Total Credit Hours: 120

Minimum Upper-Division Hours: 40

Overall GPA - Combined and OU: 2.50

Major GPA - Combined and OU: 2.50

Upper-Division Businesses Courses GPA - Combined and OU: 2.50

Program Code: B857

To enroll in upper-division business courses, students must be certified for degree candidacy and meet all prerequisites.

A maximum of six hours of transfer work will apply toward the major. 

Major Requirements

Any 3000- or 4000-level SCM course will count in the Supply Chain Management major grade point average unless otherwise specified.

SCM 3113Principles of Supply Chain Management3
SCM 3123Procurement and Strategic Sourcing3
SCM 3223Logistics Management3
SCM 3523Production/Operations Management3
SCM 4003Global Supply Chain Management3
SCM 4323Strategic Issues in Supply Chain Management3
SCM 4013Supply Chain Modeling and Decision Making3
Total Credit Hours21

Required Courses

Core Requirements12
Legal Environment of Business
Principles of Organization and Management
Principles of Marketing
Business Strategy and Policy (Capstone - to be taken last semester of senior year) 1
Additional Requirements8
Career Readiness I-Transitioning to the Workplace
Career Readiness II-Advancing in the Workplace
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Business Finance
Internship or study abroad to be pre-approved by the MKT/SCM Division
Total Credit Hours20

Requires completion of all other business core courses prior to enrollment and permission from Price Academic Advising Services. 

General Education and College Requirements

Courses taken to fulfill the University General Education Requirements must be chosen from the approved General Education course list published at

Core Area I: Symbolic and Oral Communication 6-16
Principles of English Composition (Core I)
Principles of English Composition (Core I)
Expository Writing
Language (Core I) - Students who have completed two years of high school language are exempt from this general education requirement (0-10 hours).
Functions and Modeling for Business, Life and Social Sciences (Core I) 1
Calculus I for Business, Life and Social Sciences (Core I) 1
Core Area II: Natural Science 7
Natural Sciences - Choose two courses taken from the biological and/or physical sciences. The two courses must be from different disciplines and at least one course must include a laboratory component (Core II)
Core Area III: Social Science 2
P SC 1113American Federal Government (Core III)3
Core Area IV: Arts and Humanities 12
United States to 1865 (Core IV)
United States, 1865 to the Present
Introduction to Business Ethics (Core IV: Western Culture)
Choose one course in each of the following fields (Core IV):
Artistic Forms 3
World Culture 3
Core Area V: First-Year Experience3
Choose one course
Basic Business 422
Fundamental Financial Accounting 5
Fundamental Managerial Accounting
Personal Computing Productivity Tools
Strategic Communication for Business Professionals 5
Principles of Economics-Macro (Core III-SS) 2, 5
Principles of Economics-Micro (Core III-SS) 2, 5
Elements of Statistics (Core I-M) 5
Computer-Based Information Systems 5
Total Credit Hours59-69

Substitute: MATH 1523 for MATH 1643MATH 1823 or MATH 1914 for MATH 1743.


Two courses, 6 hours, of Core III Social Science are required and one course must be P SC 1113ECON 1113 or ECON 1123 will meet the other 3 hours of this requirement.


It is recommended students take either World Culture or Artistic Forms at the 3000/4000 level to fulfill the university requirement of one upper-division course outside the major from the approved University-Wide General Education. It may also be satisfied in the upper-division or free elective categories. 


College requirement: courses are part of the degree candidacy application process that students must complete to earn degree candidacy and begin upper-division business courses.


Minimum grade of C required. 

Free Electives

Electives to bring total applicable hours to the minimum total required for the degree including a minimum of 40 upper-division hours. The following is suggested: MKT 4123. The following courses will not count for credit toward a BBA: B AD 2110B AD 2113MGT 2013, and MKT 2013.

Additional Requirements

  1. Candidates for the B.B.A. degree must complete their last 30 hours as resident students in Price College. However, if a candidate has completed the last 51 hours as a resident student at the University of Oklahoma, 9 of the last 60 hours may be taken at another university or by correspondence from OU. Students must take a minimum of 24 hours of their upper-division business courses in residence for the Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

  2. Pass/No Pass will not be accepted for any upper-division Business or General Education courses or any specifically required courses.

  3. Sixty hours, excluding physical education activity courses, must be taken at a baccalaureate degree-granting institution.

  4. A combined maximum of 8 hours of general military experience and flight instruction courses will count toward the required hours.

Suggested Semester Plan of Study

Additional hours may be required if remedial math or language is required. Please see an academic counselor to develop a plan of study. 

Apply for permission to take upper division business courses the semester in which you will complete the prebusiness courses1.

This major normally requires three semesters of study beyond the business core requirements.

Plan of Study Grid
First SemesterCredit Hours
ECON 1113 Principles of Economics-Macro (Core III) 1 3
ENGL 1113 Principles of English Composition (Core I) 3
HIST 1483
United States to 1865 (Core IV)
or United States, 1865 to the Present
MATH 1643 Functions and Modeling for Business, Life and Social Sciences 3
First-Year Experience (Core V) 2 3
 Credit Hours15
Second Semester
B AD 1001 Personal Computing Productivity Tools 1
ECON 1123 Principles of Economics-Micro (Core III) 1 3
ENGL 1213 Principles of English Composition (Core I) 3
MATH 1743 Calculus I for Business, Life and Social Sciences (Core I) 3
MIS 2113 Computer-Based Information Systems 1 3
Natural Science (Core II) 2 3
 Credit Hours16
First Semester
ACCT 2113 Fundamental Financial Accounting 1 3
B AD 2091 Career Readiness I-Transitioning to the Workplace 1
ECON 2843 Elements of Statistics 1 3
P SC 1113 American Federal Government (Core III) 3
B C 2813 Strategic Communication for Business Professionals 1 3
Free Elective 2
 Credit Hours15
Second Semester
ACCT 2123 Fundamental Managerial Accounting 3
ENT 2113 Innovation & Entrepreneurship 3
FIN 2303 Business Finance 3
PHIL 1273 Introduction to Business Ethics (Core IV: Western Culture) 3
Natural Science with lab (2nd discipline) (Core II) 2 4
 Credit Hours16
First Semester
B AD 3091 Career Readiness II-Advancing in the Workplace 1
MGT 3013 Principles of Organization and Management 3
MKT 3013 Principles of Marketing 3
SCM 3113 Principles of Supply Chain Management 3
General Education Artistic Forms (Core IV) 2 3
Free Elective 3
 Credit Hours16
Second Semester
L S 3323 Legal Environment of Business 3
SCM 3123 Procurement and Strategic Sourcing 3
SCM 3223 Logistics Management 3
SCM 3523 Production/Operations Management 3
General Education World Culture (Core IV) 2 3
 Credit Hours15
Suggested summer semester pre-approved internship or study abroad experience
 Credit Hours0
First Semester
SCM 4003 Global Supply Chain Management 3
SCM 4013 Supply Chain Modeling and Decision Making 3
Upper-Division General Education Elective 3 3
Free Elective 3
Free Elective 3
 Credit Hours15
Second Semester
B AD 4013 Business Strategy and Policy (Capstone) 3
SCM 4323 Strategic Issues in Supply Chain Management 3
Free Upper -Division Elective 3
Free Elective 3
 Credit Hours12
 Total Credit Hours120

Prebusiness course. 


University-Wide General Education course, refer to online listing.


May be free elective if artistic form, World culture, or science is 3000- or 4000-level.