In the 21st century, supply chain management is about operating in a climate of accelerating change and diversity, while managing the concerns of the organization's stakeholder: customers, shareholders, employees and society at large. Supply Chain Management concentration courses include supply chain management, sourcing & procurement, logistics, and financial intelligence for supply chain. Students are taught to think strategically within a context of high ethical standards.
Supply Chain Management Curriculum Track
Supply Chain Management Concentration Course Descriptions
BSAD 6793 - Supply Chain Management(3)
A study of logistics and overall supply chain management and how these functions interface with the other functions of the firm. Coverage includes, but is not limited to, the implications of supply chain operations on customer service, transportation, operations, warehousing, inventory management, information technology, channels of distribution, and corporate strategy.
BSAD 6803 - Financial Intelligence for Supply Chain (3)
This course prepares students to understand the role of supply chain and its influence on the financial performance of the firm.
BSAD 6233 - Logistics (3)
This course provides in-depth surveys logistical models and techniques for the movement of physical products. There is a focus on planning models for productions/inventory/distribution strategies using ground, rail, sea, and air. Topics may include vehicle routing problems, lot sizing inventory models, pricing models, and integration problems arising in supply chain management.
BSAD 6223 - Sourcing & Procurement (3)
This course studies the tools and techniques of acquisitions and materials procurement. Students examine the functional roles of those individuals having responsibility in this area. The course includes discussion of acquisition law, operations management, and pricing and negotiations.