Map out your plan of study in the SI Career Academy.
Students outside the Academy may minor in Strategic Innovation.
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The broad nature of strategic innovation attracts students from a variety of backgrounds. This stimulating environment is an ideal place to focus on innovative theories and become a detail-oriented, critical thinker. Carefully chosen coursework, accompanied by hands-on learning and real-world experiences, are designed to prepare you for career success in Strategic Management and Innovation or Supply Chain and Analytics.
The Strategic Management and Innovation (SMI) track carries a specific plan of study with carefully selected strategy curriculum that builds upon the required foundation courses. All students who've selected the SMI track take the following courses:
In addition to these, you'll choose seven elective courses (21 s.h.) from the following categories:
Recommended electives for Strategic Management and Innovation students include:
See full list of School of Management courses and descriptions on the electives page.
The Supply Chain and Analytics plan of study is a challenging curriculum enhanced with hands-on learning. The SCA courses listed below build upon the required foundation courses. Students in the Supply Chain and Analytics track will take:
In addition to these, you'll choose five elective courses. Recommended electives for Supply Chain and Analytics students include:
You can find a full list of School of Management courses and their descriptions on our electives page.