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LSCM 7003  Log, Warehousing, Invt, Distro

Credits: 3.00 Credits

This course is an introduction to logistics as part of the supply chain process. The course will focus on the inbound and outbound logistics activities - inventory, warehousing, packaging, transportation management - that ensure the customer receives the desired product at the right time and place with the right quality and price. Students will apply learning to case studies focusing on organizational and managerial issues in logistics.

LSCM 7113  Enterprise Resource Planning

Credits: 3.00 Credits

In this course, students will gain the increasingly important process-centric perspective of the modern business environment. Reflecting on real-world business processes, students will study how the integration of business operations and enterprise systems, on a global scale, are managed and implemented. Students will gain a deep appreciation for the role of enterprise systems in efficiently managing processes from multiple functional perspectives.

LSCM 8503  Global Supply Chain Mgmt.

Credits: 3.00 Credits

Supply chain management (SCM) is a system approach to managing the entire flow of information, materials, and services from raw materials suppliers through operations facilities and warehouses to the end-customer. This course is an introduction to, and application of, theoretical approaches and practices to managing a global supply chain. Course focus will be on managing material and information outside of the factory walls including aspects of product design collaboration, demand planning and forecasting, inventory management and deployment, understanding and designing distribution channels, procurement in global economy, general logistics, and career opportunities. This course stresses the need to identify and maintain customer value throughout the entire process. Students will learn how supply chain strategies support corporate strategies.