Supply Chain Management is the collection of steps that a company takes to transform raw components into the final product. The activities cover everything from product development, sourcing, production, logistics, and the information systems needed to coordinate these activities.
This certificate is designed to bridge the gap for individuals who do not wish to pursue an MBA, but who seek understanding and skills in the important areas of supply chain management.
MBA SCM concentration courses
|BQUA 7825||Introduction to Supply Chain Management||3||Core||Fall||None|
|BQUA 7845||Logistics and Operations in Supply Chain Management||3||Core||Spring||BQUA 7825|
|BQUA 7840||Procurement Management||3||Elective||Fall||None|
|BITM 7732||Enterprise Resource Planning Systems||3||Elective||Spring||None|
|BSAN 7001||Introduction to Data Analytics and Business Intelligence||3||Elective||Fall & Spring||None|
|BSAN 7045||Project Management||3||Elective||Spring||None|
|BLAW 7319||Products Liability||3||Elective||Periodically||None|
|BMKT 7620||New Product Planning and Development||3||Elective||Periodically||None|
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