The Brandman MyPath programs are made up of three parts. The first involves general education curriculum in which you learn basic concepts from a variety of fields. You will then move on to the business core material that represents the Brandman BBA learning outcomes of accounting, economics and finance, business law and ethics, strategy, information technology, management, leadership and marketing. The final part of the program focuses on the emphasis of your choice.
The competencies embedded in the supply chain management and Logistics emphasis introduce students to concepts of inventory management, product development, quality control and ethical sourcing. Graduates will be able to apply project and relationship management techniques to foster strong connections with suppliers to ensure transportation services are both sustainable and reliable.
In today’s global economy, supply chain managers are essential to business operations in a variety of industries. These valuable professionals monitor and regulate the flow of goods and services from ideation to development and distribution. Brandman University’s Bachelor of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in supply chain management and Logistics prepares students to thrive as strategic process planners that create efficiencies within complex systems. They will develop strong understandings of the advantages and disadvantages of international, domestic, local in-sourcing options to supply goods and services, including total cost of ownership. The supply chain management and logistics emphasis at Brandman University ultimately prepares students to make a positive impact on business operations by creating new processes and efficiencies within their industries.
Brandman’s admission process is designed to help determine if the Brandman MyPath Competency-based, online academic model fits your needs. To be considered for entry, you must meet the following minimum requirements, although completing these does not guarantee admission into the program:
0-11 transferrable credits:
12 or more transferable credits:
Once admissibility is determined, you will meet with your personal academic coach to discuss, among other items, articulation/transferability of prior coursework. Your qualified transfer credits will then be evaluated for clearance of competencies through the following methodology:
General Education Requirements
(6 Areas of Interest & 13 Competencies)
Business Core Requirements
(7 Areas of Interest & 34 Competencies)
Supply Chain Management and Logistics Emphasis Requirements
(8 Areas of Interest & 9 Competencies)