All students earning their undergraduate degree in a Business discipline from the OSU College of Business complete a common business core. This core, consisting of about 100 credits across all four years, provides students with a strong business foundation.

The following learning goals and objectives are in addition to those in the business core learning goals and objectives.

Supply chain and logistics management graduates will be professionally competent to:

  • Use concepts of operations and supply chain management and qualitative and quantitative methods to make decisions in international business contexts that include new and unfamiliar situations.
  • Design management plans for global supply chains that are lawful, ethical and environmentally and socially responsible.
  • Develop a global outlook that reflects changes experienced and anticipated by firms and industries and understand the requirements for effective change management in global operations and supply chains.