Marketing and Global Supply Chain

Global Supply Chain Management

Global Supply Chain Management
Hours64 - 67 Credit Hours
LEPLimited Enrollment Program of 80 Students.
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MAPMajor Academic Plan

Program Requirements

Apply and be formally accepted to the program.
requirement 2 Complete 1 course
requirement 6 Complete 5 courses
GSCM Core courses to be completed during first Fall semester in program:
requirement 7 Complete 2 courses
Complete 2 of the following courses during first Winter semester in program:
requirement 8 Complete 1 course
requirement 9 Complete 3 courses
Business Core courses:
requirement 11
Complete Marriott School exit survey online.
Program Outcomes: 

Supply Chain Skills

  • Students will be able to use commonly accepted frameworks and tools to analyze supply chain situations.
  • Students will be able to evaluate opportunities for process improvement, efficiency improvement, effectiveness improvement and integration
  • Students will be able to create rationale solutions for identified opportunities.
  • Students will understand inventory management principles, operations management principles, supplier management principles, TQM principles, transportation management principles, service-operation-management principles, and warehousing principles.

Supply Chain Integration Skills

  • Students will be able to create strategies that lead to productive relationships, effective communication and efficient processes to integrate supply chain members and customers.

Global Competence

  • Students will be able to apply understanding of the global implications of supply chain management.
  • Students will apply PEST and display a cultural awareness in negotiations and dealings with global citizens.

Supply Chain Analytics Skills

  • Students will be able to interrogate data, manipulate data, and create meaning through commonly used analytical tools.

Communication Skills

  • Students will be able to write and present in a clear, concise and comprehensive manner

Information Technology Skills

  • Students will be familiar with the different types of information systems used in the supply chain and understand basic information technology integration.

Supply Chain Ethics

  • Students will be able to describe the ethical and professional standards expected among supply chain management professionals.