Supply Chain Management
Information for Supply Chain Management Students
Student Organization Involvement
Joining the Advancing Productivity, Innovation and Competitive Success (APICS) student organization is an excellent way for students to connect with more than 400 professionals in the Fox Valley! Through trips to local organizations and businesses that include presentations and facilities tours, students are given the opportunity to further investigate and refine their interest in the field of Supply Chain Management. In addition to providing funds for scholarships, paper competitions and other activities, the parent chapter provides valuable networking opportunities which may lead to internships and, upon graduation, employment. APICS activities are open to all students.
Admission to the College
Students at UW Oshkosh can be admitted into the College of Business after they have earned a minimum of 54 credits, have completed their business pre-core courses and have met a minimum GPA and grade requirement. Click here to see the full College of Business Admission requirements and processes.
A student’s academic advisor is listed on their TitanWeb account as well as the Student Academic Report (STAR). Students are assigned an academic advisor according to their admission status (pre-business or admitted).
Pre-business Advisors: Students not admitted to the College of Business are assigned an academic advisor in the Undergraduate Advising Resource Center (UARC) in the Student Success Center Suite 202 or Student Support Services (SSS) located in the Campus Center for Equity and Diversity. Students meet with their academic advisor regularly to explore majors and discuss their career and academic goals. Students can call (920) 424-1268 to make an appointment or find our drop in times with a UARC advisor. Students assigned an advisor from Student Support Services can call (920) 424-1310.
Faculty Advisors: Once admitted to the College of Business a student is assigned a faculty advisor from the department of their major. Faculty advisors guide students in their academic requirements and specific career goals for their major field of study.
What to do If a Class is Full
Many business classes reach their enrollment maximums each semester, and the College of Business has adopted a policy to ensure students get seats in the classes they need. Click here to view the policy and for more infomration.