UT Dallas 2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Naveen Jindal School of Management

Global Business and Supply Chain Management (Double Major) (BS)

Bachelor of Science in Global Business and Supply Chain Management (Double Major)

Degree Requirements (128 semester credit hours)1

The Bachelor of Science in Global Business (BS GB) and Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management (BS SCM) double major is a minimum 128 semester credit hours degree program that prepares students to address supply chain issues in global markets. The program emphasizes building key skills and competencies of global supply chain professionals such as cross-cultural communication, global value chain and foreign laws and regulations. Students also gain analytical decision-making and problem-solving skills through real-life consulting and global supply chain projects, and internships.

A minimum of 9 semester credit hours must be earned during a semester of study abroad. Any 9 semester credit hours from the degree plan may be chosen, however, students should be aware that study abroad courses are subject to a pre-approval process to ensure transferability.2

Faculty

Professors: Ashiq Ali, Alain Bensoussan, Gary Bolton, Metín Çakanyildirim, Huseyin Cavusoglu, Daniel A. Cohen, William M. Cready, Milind Dawande, Theodore E. Day, Gregory G. Dess, Umit G. Gurun, Ernan E. Haruvy, Varghese S. Jacob, Sanjay Jain, Ganesh Janakiraman, Elena Katok, Dmitri Kuksov, Nanda Kumar, Seung-Hyun Lee, Stanley Liebowitz, Zhiang (John) Lin, Sumit K. Majumdar, Syam Menon, Vijay S. Mookerjee, B. P. S. Murthi, Vikram Nanda, Özalp Özer, Mike W. Peng, Hasan Pirkul, Suresh Radhakrishnan, Srinivasan Raghunathan, Ram C. Rao, Brian Ratchford, Michael J. Rebello, Sumit Sarkar, Suresh P. Sethi, Kathryn E. Stecke, Riki Takeuchi, Wing Kwong (Eric) Tsang, Harold Zhang, Zhiqiang (Eric) Zheng

Professor Emeritus: Dale Osborne

Clinical Professors: John Barden, Britt Berrett, Abhijit Biswas, Ranavir Bose, Pamela Foster Brady, Shawn Carraher, Larry Chasteen, Paul Convery, David Cordell, Kutsal Dogan, Howard Dover, Forney Fleming III, John Gamino, Randall S. Guttery, Charles Hazzard, William Hefley, Robert Hicks, Gerald (Jerry) Hoag, Marilyn Kaplan, Ching-Chung Kuo, Sonia Leach, Peter Lewin, Jeffrey Manzi, John F. McCracken, Dennis McCuistion, Diane S. McNulty, Divakar Rajamani, Daniel Rajaratnam, David Ritchey, Rajiv Shah, Mark Thouin, Keith Thurgood, Jeff Weekley, Habte Woldu, Fang Wu, Laurie L. Ziegler

Associate Professors: Nina Baranchuk, Norris Bruce, Jianqing Chen, Zhonglan Dai, Rebecca Files, Xianjun Geng, J. Richard Harrison, Dorothée Honhon, Kyle Hyndman, Surya N. Janakiraman, Robert L. Kieschnick Jr., Atanu Lahiri, Jun Li, Ningzhong Li, Lívia Markóczy, Amit Mehra, Toyah Miller, Ramachandran (Ram) Natarajan, Naim Bugra Ozel, H. Dennis Park, Valery Polkovnichenko, Cuili Qian, Orlando C. Richard, Young U. Ryu, Gil Sadka, Jane Salk, Harpreet Singh, David J. Springate, Upender Subramanian, Kelsey D. Wei, Han (Victor) Xia, Jun Xia, Ying Xie, Yexiao Xu, Alejandro Zentner, Jieying Zhang, Yuan Zhang, Feng Zhao, Yibin Zhou

Clinical Associate Professors: Steven Guengerich, Lale Guler, David Parks, Carolyn Reichert, Avanti P. Sethi, Kelly Slaughter, Jeanne Sluder, James Szot, McClain Watson

Assistant Professors: Mehmet Ayvaci, Qi (George) Chen, Khai Chiong, Emily Choi, Bernhard Ganglmair, Nathan Goldman, Ying Huang, Sora Jun, Sheen Levine, Meng Li, Xiaolin Li, Maria Loumioti, Jean-Marie Meier, Radha Mookerjee, Anyan Qi, Alejandro Rivera Mesias, Alessio Saretto, Simon Siegenthaler, Serdar Simsek, Shaojie Tang, Christian Von-Drathen, Shouqiang Wang, Malcolm Wardlaw, Junfeng Wu, Steven Xiao, Shengqi Ye, Nir Yehuda, Zhe (James) Zhang, Xiaofei Zhao

Clinical Assistant Professors: Shawn Alborz, Athena Alimirzaei, Christina (Krysta) Betanzos, Moran Blueshtein, Judd Bradbury, Jerome Gafford, Ayfer Gurun, Maria Hasenhuttl, Julie Haworth, Jeffery (Jeff) Hicks, Revansiddha Khanapure, Kristen Lawson, Kathryn Lookadoo, Liping Ma, Sarah Moore, Ravi Narayan, Dawn Owens, Parneet Pahwa, Jason Parker, Drew Peabody, Nassim Sohaee

Senior Lecturers: Semiramis Amirpour, Frank Anderson, Vivek Arora, Tiffany A. Bortz, Richard Bowen, Monica E. Brussolo, Juliann Chapman, George DeCourcy, Eugene (Gene) Deluke, Alexander Edsel, Amal El-Ashmawi, Carol Flannery, Mary Beth Goodrich, Thomas (Tom) Henderson, Jennifer G. Johnson, Jackie Kimzey, Chris Linsteadt, Joseph Mauriello, Victoria D. McCrady, Edward Meda, Robert (Stephen) Molina, Prithi Narasimhan, Mohammad Naseri Taheri, Madison Pedigo, Matt Polze, James Richards, Debra Richardson, Anindita Roy Bardhan, Kashif Saeed, Margaret Smallwood, Steven Solcher, Luell (Lou) Thompson, Amy L. Troutman, Robert Wright, Kathy Zolton, Hubert Zydorek

I. Core Curriculum Requirements: 42 semester credit hours3

Communication: 6 semester credit hours

COMM 1311 Survey of Oral and Technology-based Communication

RHET 1302 Rhetoric4

Mathematics: 3 semester credit hours

MATH 1325 Applied Calculus I4, 5, 6

Life and Physical Sciences: 6 semester credit hours

Select any 6 semester credit hours from Life and Physical Sciences core courses (see advisor and degree requirements)

Language, Philosophy and Culture: 3 semester credit hours

Select any 3 semester credit hours from Language, Philosophy and Culture core courses (see advisor)

Creative Arts: 3 semester credit hours

Select any 3 semester credit hours from Creative Arts core courses (see advisor)

American History: 6 semester credit hours

Select any 6 semester credit hours from American History core courses (see advisor)

Government / Political Science: 6 semester credit hours

GOVT 2305 American National Government

GOVT 2306 State and Local Government

Social and Behavioral Sciences: 3 semester credit hours7

BA 1320 Business in a Global World4, 5

or ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics3, 4, 5

Component Area Option: 6 semester credit hours7

MATH 1326 Applied Calculus II4, 5, 8

Choose one of the following:7

BA 1310 Making Choices in Free Market Systems4, 5 (Awaiting Core Approval from THECB)

BA 1320 Business in a Global World4, 5

ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics4, 5

ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics4, 5

II. Major Requirements: 83 semester credit hours

Major Preparatory Courses: 12 semester credit hours beyond Core Curriculum7

ACCT 2301 Introductory Financial Accounting4

ACCT 2302 Introductory Management Accounting4

BLAW 2301 Business and Public Law4

BA 1310 Making Choices in Free Market Systems4, 5 (Awaiting Core Approval from THECB)

or ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics4, 5

BA 1320 Business in a Global World4, 5

or ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics4, 5

MATH 1325 Applied Calculus I4, 5, 6

MATH 1326 Applied Calculus II4, 5, 6

STAT 3360 Probability and Statistics for Management and Economics

or OPRE 3360 Managerial Methods in Decision Making Under Uncertainty

Major Core Courses: 26 semester credit hours

BA 1100 Business Basics and IMS 3100 Professional Development9

or IMS 3200 Introduction to Business and Professional Development9

BCOM 3310 Business Communication

BCOM 4350 Advanced Business Communication

FIN 3320 Business Finance

ITSS 3300 Information Technology for Business

OPRE 3310 Operations Management

OBHR 3330 Introduction to Human Resource Management

or OBHR 3310 Organizational Behavior

MKT 3300 Principles of Marketing

IMS 3310 International Business

Major Related Courses: 39 semester credit hours

IMS 4320 or MKT 4320 International Marketing

FIN 3380 International Financial Management

IMS 4330 Global Human Resource Management

IMS 4373 Global Strategy

BLAW 4301 International Law

OPRE 3320 Supply Chain Management

OPRE 3330 Project Management

OPRE 4310 Lean and Six Sigma Processes

OPRE 4330 Logistics and Inventory Management

OPRE 4340 Purchasing and Sourcing Management

OPRE 4320 Integrated SCM Information Systems

OPRE 4350 Spreadsheet Modeling and Analytics

OPRE 4360 Capstone Projects in Supply Chain Management

Foreign Language Requirement: 6 semester credit hours of the same language

If the language credit is obtained without taking classes, six additional semester credit hours of Free Electives (upper-division or lower-division) can be taken by student.

Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their Program Director every semester to discuss their progress, career interests, and international experiences.

III. Elective Requirements: 3 semester credit hours

A practicum experience is required; the student has the option of zero to 3 semester credit hours, depending on the particular internship, and preference for additional electives.

IMS 4V90 Management Internship

IMS 4090 Management Internship

A community engagement experience is required; the student has the option of zero or 3 semester credit hours, depending on the particular experience, and preference for additional electives.

IMS 4335 Social Sector Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement

or ENTP 4340 Social Sector Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement

or MKT 4360 Social Marketing

or BA 4095 Social Sector Engagement and Community Outreach Practicum

Additional Elective Options:

OPRE 3333 Quantitative Business Analysis7

IMS 4310 Export Market Development

ENTP 4311 Entrepreneurial Strategy and Business Models

FIN 3350 Financial Markets and Institutions

OBHR 4310 Business Ethics

OBHR 4352 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution

OPRE 3320 Supply Chain Management

Faculty Led Foreign Study Trip:

GEOG 3370 The Global Economy

ECON 4360 International Trade

Any JGE course: IMS 3091, IMS 3092, IMS 3093, IMS 3094, IMS 3095, IMS 3096, IMS 3V91, IMS 3V92, IMS 3V93, IMS 3V94, IMS 3V95, IMS 3V96

1. Incoming freshmen must enroll and complete requirements of UNIV 1010 and the corresponding school-related freshman seminar course. Students, including transfer students, who complete their core curriculum at UT Dallas must take UNIV 2020.

2. Students with non-academic obligations (for example, full time jobs) who cannot study abroad for an entire semester may request a waiver to substitute 6 semester credit hours of faculty led study trips (IMS 3V91, IMS 3V92, IMS 3V93, IMS 3V94, IMS 3V95, IMS 3V96). An international internship may also be substituted for the semester of study abroad.

3. Curriculum Requirements can be fulfilled by other approved courses from institutions of higher education. The courses listed are recommended as the most efficient way to satisfy both Core Curriculum and Major Requirements at UT Dallas.

4. Indicates a prerequisite class to be completed before enrolling for upper-division classes.

5. A required Major course that also fulfills a Core Curriculum requirement. Semester credit hours are counted in Core Curriculum.

6. Students may elect to substitute MATH 2413 or MATH 2417.

7. Certain courses listed are prerequisites for major core (e.g., BA 1320 or ECON 2301 for IMS 3310), major concentration, or major related courses. Choose accordingly.

8. Students may elect to substitute MATH 2414 or MATH 2419.

9. JSOM freshmen are required to take BA 1100 and IMS 3100. Transfer students and students new to JSOM are required to take IMS 3200.

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