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GSCM 301. Supply Chain Management Concepts. 3 Credit Hours.

This course will introduce students to supply chain management concepts that are critical to business success in today's fiercely competitive environment. Global supply chain management involves coordinating and improving the flow and transformation of goods, services, information, and funds within companies and around the world, from raw materials to the final end user. This course integrates key functions of operations management, marketing, logistics, and computer information systems in order to analyze and design domestic and international supply chains. Topics will include relationship management, transportation and distribution, inventory control, purchasing, forecasting, production management, and the impact of technology on supply chain management.
Prerequisites: MGT 201 or MGT 201G
Session Cycle: Fall
Yearly Cycle: Annual.