Supply Chain Management Graduate Courses

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This course helps students to develop an understanding of the impact of business processes on the organization's performance and provides students the key tools to analyze and improve processes in both manufacturing and service sectors.   [ 4 cr. ]

Section Type Instructor Location Days Times
A1 IND Maleyeff FLR 121 M 2:30 pm – 5:15 pm
B1 IND Staff HAW 207 T 12:30 pm – 3:15 pm
C1 IND Cashton MET B02B W 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm
D1 IND Cashton EPC 204 R 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm
O1 IND Maleyeff ARR

This course analyzes the managerial activities required to support manufacturing and service industry international strategies to assure that the products/services are delivered/provided in the quality and timely manner expected through the use of global supply chains, outsourcing relationships, and multi-country operations. The course focuses on contemporary strategic issues that affect both large and small corporations and includes: the strategic role of the internet, international trade and logistics, cross cultural teaming, supply chain dynamics, information management, inventory scheduling and control, international coordination, and transportation and customer service. 4cr.   [ 4 cr. ]

Fall 2018
Section Type Instructor Location Days Times
A1 IND Gunes Corlu EPC 209 M 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm
C1 IND Rainey CAS 216 W 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm
O1 IND Gunescorlu ARR
Sum2 2018
Section Type Instructor Location Days Times
SB1 IND Gunescorlu MCS B19 TR 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The course will provide students the qualitative and quantitative methods and tools used by today's logistics and transportation managers, and will use an applied problem-solving approach. Specifically, the course will emphasize decision-making in the areas of transportation management, warehouse and distribution center operations, and logistics network design that includes an understanding of key tradeoffs and the effect of variance in a logistics system.   [ 4 cr. ]

Fall 2018
Section Type Instructor Location Days Times
B1 IND Stodder PSY B55 T 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm
Sum2 2018
Section Type Instructor Location Days Times
SO1 IND Stodder ARR

The goal of this course is to introduce to students advanced quantitative approaches and methods that will provide them skills and tools necessary to succeed in their area of study.  [ 4 cr. ]

Course participants will be exposed to the fundamental principles involved in the management of quality for enterprises and their supply chain. Quality is defined in the broadest sense, encompassing all performance components that drive customer satisfaction. The course focuses on general principles, both quantitative and qualitative, and their application in a variety of industrial, service, healthcare, and educational environments. Topics include the Deming philosophy of management, Six Sigma and the DMAIC project framework, quality certification systems, data analysis & presentation, quality analysis using control charts, process capability analysis, and competitive benchmarking.  [ 4 cr. ]

Section Type Instructor Location Days Times
D1 IND Maleyeff SOC B57 R 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm
O2 IND Maleyeff ARR

Techniques and procedures for conducting international trade. The course focus is practical. Topics include operations, government agencies and import/export channel networks, and the evaluation of international opportunities. Designed to provide students with the skills and tools necessary for international trade.   [ 4 cr. ]

Fall 2018
Section Type Instructor Location Days Times
C1 IND Park PHO 202 W 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm
Sum2 2018
Section Type Instructor Location Days Times
SO1 IND Park ARR

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