Supply Chain, Logistics and Maritime Port Management, B.S.

Demand in the Supply Chain, Logistics, and Maritime Port Management fields has increased dramatically due to the fact that it is a $6 billion dollar industry in New Jersey alone. Global business today encompasses domestic and global companies with busy ports in New York and New Jersey to handle cargos worldwide from North America, Europe, South America, Africa, and Asia. Globalization revolutionizes the way companies conduct their business. The world has become one big supply chain and this program seeks to help meet the keen demand for professionals in these fields.

Once matriculated at NJCU, transfer students must complete at least 30 credits at NJCU to satisfy the university’s residency requirement. Students must also maintain a GPA of 2.5 or better in courses taken in the School of Business. Students must earn a grade of C or higher in each School of Business course (ACCT, BUSI, ECON, FINC, MGMT, MKTG) used in fulfillment of a graduation requirement.

Common Core Requirements (33 credits)
MGMT 225Business Enterprise Applications3
MGMT 251Operations and Project Management Fundamentals3
ECON 203Business Statistics3
MGMT 211Principles of Management3
MKTG 231Principles of Marketing3
MGMT 241Global Business3
ACCT 251Financial Accounting3
ACCT 252Management Accounting3
MGMT 235Business Law I: Legal Environment of Business3
FINC 371Managerial Finance3
MGMT 411Business Policy3
Major Requirements (27 credits)
MGMT 230Business Communications Essentials3
MGMT 300Introduction to Supply Chain, Logistics and Port Management3
MGMT 305Procurement and Supplier Management3
MGMT 306Logistics and Transportation Management3
MGMT 310Port and Intermodal Transportation Management3
MGMT 350Decision Intelligence in Supply Chains3
MGMT 412Global Supply - Chain Management3
MGMT 413Business Information Systems3
MGMT 494Seminar: Supply Chain, Logistics, and Maritime Port Management3
General Education Courses Required
MATH 164Pre-Calculus for Business Students 14
or ECON 221 Analytics For Business and Economics
ECON 207Principles of Economics:Macro 13
ECON 208Principles of Economics:Micro 13
Total: 57 credits
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 Taken as pre-major required course.

*Students must earn a C or better in all Business courses.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
Semester 1Credits
ENGL 101 English Composition I 1 4
MATH 164
Pre-Calculus for Business Students
or Analytics For Business and Economics
3-4
General Education Tier I Course 3
General Education Tier I Course 3
INTD 101 Orientation to College *first time freshmen only 1
 Credits14-15
Semester 2
ENGL 102 English Composition II 1 4
MGMT 211 Principles of Management 3
General Education Tier I Course 3
General Education Tier I Course 3
 Credits13
Sophomore
Semester 1
MGMT 241 Global Business 3
ECON 207 Principles of Economics:Macro (School of Business requirement. General Education Tier II Course) 3
MGMT 225 Business Enterprise Applications 3
ACCT 251 Financial Accounting 3
General Education Tier II Course 3
 Credits15
Semester 2
ECON 208 Principles of Economics:Micro (School of Business requirement. General Education Tier II Course) 3
ECON 203 Business Statistics 3
ACCT 252 Management Accounting 3
General Education Tier II Course 3
General Education Tier II Course 3
 Credits15
Junior
Semester 1
MGMT 251 Operations and Project Management Fundamentals 3
MGMT 235 Business Law I: Legal Environment of Business 3
MGMT 300 Introduction to Supply Chain, Logistics and Port Management 3
MGMT 230 Business Communications Essentials 3
Elective/Minor Course 3
 Credits15
Semester 2
MKTG 231 Principles of Marketing 3
FINC 371 Managerial Finance 3
MGMT 413 Business Information Systems 3
General Education Tier III Capstone Course 3
Elective/Minor Course 3
 Credits15
Senior
Semester 1
MGMT 305 Procurement and Supplier Management 3
MGMT 306 Logistics and Transportation Management 3
MGMT 310 Port and Intermodal Transportation Management 3
MGMT 411 Business Policy 3
Elective/Minor Course 3
 Credits15
Semester 2
MGMT 350 Decision Intelligence in Supply Chains 3
MGMT 412 Global Supply - Chain Management 3
MGMT 494 Seminar: Supply Chain, Logistics, and Maritime Port Management 3
Elective/Minor Course 3
Elective/Minor Course 2
 Credits14
 Total Credits116-117
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Students who take English Composition I and II for English as a Second Language (ESL 101 and ESL 102) complete these in place of ENGL 101 and 102 but have fewer free elective credits as a result.

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain, Logistics, and Maritime Port Management, students will be able to:

  1. Identify ethical issues and the implications of social responsibility for sustainable business practices.
  2. Evaluate information and apply critical thinking skills to identify solutions and inform business decisions.
  3. Utilize technology, apply quantitative methods and interpret data to solve business problems.
  4. Integrate knowledge of core business concepts and collaborate productively as part of a team.
  5. Work effectively in a diverse environment and identify how global and cultural issues affect the organization and its stakeholders.
  6. Compose clear and concise forms of written communication to effectively convey ideas and information associated with business topics.
  7. Communicate business concepts effectively through oral presentation.
  8. Analyze contemporary supply chain operations and strategies in the supply chain, logistics, and maritime port management.