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BUSADMIN 6100 Supply Chain Management 3 Credits
This course focuses on the principles and concepts of Supply Chain Management, as well as a review of the role of Supply Chain Management functions within an organization. Analytical and evaluative skills are developed through critical examination of theories, models, tools and techniques employed. Topics covered include Strategic Sourcing, Forecasting and Collaborative Planning, Inventory Management, Customer Relationship Management, and Service Response Logistics.
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer
|0000-0990||No credit toward degree (does not count toward 120 credit minimum)|
|1000-2990 (or 200W-299W)||Lower level undergraduate course|
|3000-4990 (or 300W-499W)||Upper level undergraduate course|
|5000 or higher||Graduate level course|
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