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GSCM 310. Supply Chain Integration. 3 Credit Hours.

This course is designed to help students synthesize concepts covered in other supply chain, marketing, operations management, accounting, and finance courses by providing an integrative framework for supply chain management decision-making in a global business setting. Students will learn how a business builds relationships and integrates demand and supply activities across the supply chain to efficiently and effectively deliver customer value. The hands-on learning will take place within a global supply chain management simulation where students assume the roles of suppliers and customers and work together to accomplish organizational and supply chain goals while competing with other supply chains. Topics include: market research, segmentation, customer value, new product development, relationship management, negotiation, production planning, distribution, accounting and financial planning.
Pre/Corequisites: ACG 203 and sophomore standing
Session Cycle: Spring
Yearly Cycle: Annual.