As a Supply Chain Management major, students should adhere to the following criteria in major course selection for study abroad:
- 3 out of 9 credit hours of Supply Chain Management elective coursework can be taken abroad
- Supply Chain Management elective coursework must reflect the focus of the major
- Direct equivalents for up to 2 Supply Chain Management major courses (SCM 413, 414, 421) may be considered. Be sure to discuss this with your IPSA advisor.
- All SCM coursework must be upper division (300 – 400 level equivalent)
Students should meet with an International Programs and Study Abroad (IPSA) advisor to receive final approval for Supply Chain Management coursework.
Other types of courses available for study abroad include:
- General education (ethics, arts & humanities, non-business electives)
- Pre-business core (MGT 202, ECON 211 & 213, STAT 201 equivalents)
- Business core (BULW 301, FINC 301, BUAD 332 equivalents)
- Foreign language (HCB requires completion through intermediate level)
The following are examples of possible major elective courses available.
*This is not an exhaustive list.
- Global Supply Chain Management
Students interested in pursuing Supply Chain Management elective coursework while abroad should consider:
- Students are only able to take Supply Chain Management elective coursework after completion of their tracking courses, which is typically after Sophomore year.
- Supply Chain Management majors with a collateral are required to complete a major course progression during their last 4 terms. In this case, students studying abroad for a semester will likely need to complete summer courses at UT to remain on track for graduation.
- Supply Chain Management majors with a concentration are required to complete a major course progression over 3 terms. In this case, students studying abroad for a semester with this option typically do not need to complete summer courses at UT.
- Supply Chain Management majors are able to go abroad after their first semester of Freshman year if they are only taking general elective courses or Pre-Business core courses.
- Students should not study abroad their final semester at UT if they plan to graduate in May due to the delay in transcript processing.
Selecting Your Collateral/Concentration
Another option of courses to take abroad are through your collateral / concentration. Please refer to your Haslam Student Handbook for all possible combinations.
The International Business (IB) concentration offers the most flexibility in course availability. Please note:
- All 12 credit hours of IB elective coursework can be taken abroad.
- Business coursework that is international in scope and upper division (300-400 level) can be counted as an IB elective.
- IB courses give students the opportunity to pursue country or region-specific coursework that offers unique insight into international business practices.
Please note, this is not an exhaustive list. Other programs available through our website may also be viable options.
Supply Chain Major Guide (PDF version)
|Program Type: UT Exchange
Program Location: Bordeaux or Marseille, France
|Program Type: UT Exchange
Program Location: Vallendar, Germany
|Program Type: UT Affiliate
Program Location: Gold Coast, Australia
|Quick Look: Founded in 1874, KEDGE is ranked as one of the top management and business schools in France with campuses in Bordeaux and Marseille.||Quick Look: WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is a small, internationally oriented business school founded in 1984 and is now one of the most renowned German Business Schools with a high international reputation.||Quick Look: Students will study at Bond University, Australia’s first private, not-for-profit University that is nationally recognized for having the smallest student to staff ratio.|