The Bachelor of Supply Chain Management is a professional and comprehensive management degree providing 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 like Logistics and warehousing 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.

Throughout Program Criteria:

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 the degree requirements. Six credit hours are structured into the program for a foreign language course. Students must maintain a CGPA of 2.5 for the 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.

Required Courses

Logistics and Supply Chain Management Economics Islamic Studies Language Management Mathematics
SCM101
Supply Chain Management
SCM102
Logistics and Operations Management
SCM103
Import Export Management
SCM201
Shipping, Ocean Freights and Port Operations
SCM202
Supply Chain Finance
SCM303
Logistical Projects in ERP
SCM304
Food Security and Sustainability
SCM305
Lean Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing
SCM306
Innovation Management in Supply Chain & Logistics
SCM307
Globalization and Outsourcing Strategies
SCM308
Mobile Commerce and Mobile Logistics
SCM310
Introduction to ERP Systems
SCM401
Storage and Warehouse Techniques
SCM402
Transportation Techniques and Management
SCM403
Procurement and Inventory Management
ECO301
Managerial Economics
ECO402
Pakistan Economic Policy
ECO405
Seminar in Economics Policy
REL101
Islamic Studies
LAN112
Urdu I
LAN113
Urdu II
MAN101
Principles of Management
MAN302
Organizational Behavior
MAN403
Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management
MAN406
Production and Operations Management
MTH101
College Algebra
MTH103

Calculus for Business Decisions
Communication Political Sciences Statistics Human Resource Management
COM107
Academic English
COM202
Business and Professional Speech
COM205
Persuasive & Analytical Writing for Bus. Comm.
PSC301
Pakistan Studies
STA201
Quantitative Business Analysis
STA202
Quantitative Skills and Managerial Statistics
HRM301
Human Resource Management
Management Information Systems Social Science Law Finance Elective Courses
MIS405
Computer Applications - E-Business
SSC401
Business Ethics
LAW409
Corporate and Business Law
FIN201
Introduction to Business Finance
SCM513
Quantitative Methods in Production in Logistics
SCM514
Business Process Mgmt. in Supply Chain & Logistics
SCM515
IT applications in Logistics and SCM
SCM516
Life Cycle Enterprise Asset Management
SCM517
Demand Management
SCM518
Packaging design-Environmental aspects
SCM519
E-business Strategies in SCM
SCM520
Contract Management
SCM521
Sustainability & Env. Aspects in Managing Supply Chains
SCM522
Negotiation strategies in supply chain management

Course Structure

 Semester One Semester Two Semester Three Semester Four
Academic English
Principles of Management
Supply Chain Management
Pakistan Studies
College Algebra
Islamic Studies
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Managerial Economics
Principles of Marketing
Calculus for Business Decisions
Logistics and operations management
Import-Export Management
Intermediate Financial Accounting
Persuasive & Analytical Writing for Bus. Com.
Introduction to ERP systems
Computer Applications-E-Business
Quantitative Business Analysis
Shipping,Ocean Freights & Port Operations
Business and Professional Speech
Introduction to Business Finance
Business Ethics
Supply Chain Finance
Quantitative Skills & Managerial Statistics Organizational Behavior
 Semester Five Semester Six Semester Seven Semester Eight
Logistical projects in ERP
Food Security and Sustainability
Foreign Language I
Methods in Business Research
Human Resource Management
Mobile Commerce and Mobile Logistics
Lean Six Sigma & Lean Manufacturing
Foreign Language II
Innovation Mgmt. in Supply Chain & Logistics
Corporate and Business Law
Globalization and Outsourcing strategies Pakistan Economic Policy
Storage and warehouse techniques
Entrepreneurship & Small Business Mgmt.
Procurement and Inventory Management
Elective I
Elective II
Elective III
Seminar in Economic Policy
Production and Operations Management
Transportation Techniques & Mgmt.
Elective IV
Elective V
Elective VI

Internship (2 credit hours)