ISCM 7100 3 credits International Supply Chain Management
This course focuses on the importance of international supply chain management. It provides an overview of international logistics, global strategy for logistics and supply chain management, as well as structuring of the global supply chain. The international trade environment, total cost approach of materials, competitive relationships among international organizations, exchange fluctuations, practices of import/export, and other related topics will be explored. P: graduate standing and BUSADMIN 4100/6100 or consent of instructor.
ISCM 7500 3 credits Supply Chain Logistics
(Final approval of this course was pending at the time of publication) Introduction to the logistics system of an organization. Procedures and techniques for the design and analysis of transportation, material handling, and inventory will be covered. It will examine the interdependencies between the logistics system and wider organizational activities.