Logistics and Supply Chain
College of Business Management
The Bachelor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a professional and comprehensive management degree that provides conceptual knowledge and in-depth exposure to functional areas in business management including accounting and finance, marketing, management, and MIS along with special emphasis on Supply Chain Management and all modules such as Logistics, warehousing and and Risk management. In a 4-year Bachelor of BS in Supply Chain Management program, students explore the business aspects of the transportation, distribution and warehousing activities of various corporations. The program employs the latest approaches in experiential learning to develop skills for interpersonal communication, team work, foreign languages and managing diversity.
BS is a four-year program. It requires completion of 144 credit hours of course work and 2 credit hours of internship in a firm approved by the Institute. A student is required to complete 48 courses of 3 credit hours each in order to meet degree requirements. Six credit hours are structured into the program for a foreign language course. Students must maintain a CGPA of 2.5 for conferment of the degree.
Students must take a minimum load of twelve credit hours (four courses) or a maximum load of eighteen credit hours (six courses) in a semester. In order to obtain the BS degree in four years, they need to complete twelve courses in a year. Full load of six courses can be taken each in Fall and Spring semesters with an option for fewer courses in the latter and making up for the shortfall in the summer session.