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Minor in Global Supply Chain Management {20-21}

Minor in Global Supply Chain Management

Description
The interdisciplinary minor (collaboration between Professional Management Dept. and Paseka School of Business) in Global Supply Chain Management program provides students with an understanding of the important role of supply chain management in domestic and international business. It is a good choice for project management, business, and IT majors.

Student Learning Outcomes

The Student Learning Outcomes of the minor in Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) are to help students:

  • Become familiar with components of global supply chains (e.g., sourcing, manufacturing and production, distribution, sales and customer service) and issues related to the management of global supply chains.
  • Understand the similarities and differences, as well as the strengths and weaknesses, of different business operating models.
  • Gain insights into how organizations operate and adapt to cultural and regional norms, address border issues, and comply with local, regional, and international laws governing the conduct of business.
  • Understand the connections between disciplines related to GSCM (e.g., Operations, Marketing, Sales, Information Systems, International Business).
  • Develop an in-depth knowledge of current and future career opportunities within GSCM.

Core Requirements ( 21 credits )

MATH 234 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (3)
MGMT 260 Principles of Management (3)
MGMT 380 Operations Management (3)
MGMT 419 Supply Chain Management (3)
OM 470 Purchasing and Sourcing Management (3)
OM 472 Logistics Management and Network Design (3)
OM 485 Production Inventory Management (3)