MGMT 6102: Operations and SCM

 
 
 

MBA:  Operations and Supply Chain Management

Course Description

The goals of this course are to develop the common principles of supply-chain management techniques and demonstrate how these ideas have transformed the operating processes of industries in the past decade. The techniques must find new ways to collaborate across organizational boundaries to create new value for the end-customer of the supply-chain. Asset productivity strategies are studied by investigating both inbound materials management/production processes and outbound physical distribution procedures. Case studies will demonstrate the importance of ethical approaches to supply chain innovation in areas such as real-time supply chain visibility, e-commerce, and collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment.

Syllabus for MGMT 6102: Operations and Supply Chain Management

 
 
 

SCML 3105: Introduction to Transportation and Logistics

 
 
 

SCML 3105: Introduction to Transportation and Logistics

Course Description

The goal of this course is for students to understand the basic modes of transportation, the economic fundamentals underlying each and some of the ways in which today's supply chain manager can use them to achieve improved efficiencies and cost effectiveness.

Syllabus for SCML 3105: Introduction to Transportation and Logistics

 
 
 
 

SCML 3106: Principles of Supply Chain Management

 
 
 

SCML 3106:  Principles of Supply Chain Management

Course Description

This course covers basic principles of supply chain management and provides techniques used to analyze various aspects of logistics systems. Key concepts such as inventory management, communication, warehousing, distribution, and facility location are examined as an integral part of modern business. The course addresses insights, concepts, practical tools, and decision support systems that are important for the effective management of the supply chain.

Syllabus for SCML 3106: Principles of Supply Chain Management

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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