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Supply Chain Management Course Descriptions

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SCS–720: Global Supply Chain Design and Management This course is a comprehensive study of the concepts, processes, and models used in the design, development, analysis, and management of global supply chains. Specific topics include global procurement, electronic commerce, facilities location, transportation decisions, routing and scheduling, distribution planning, information technology, and logistics systems design....
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Management Information Systems Course Descriptions

MIS-713: Management and Implementation of Enterprise Information Systems This is an applied course in information systems concepts and techniques used in today's competitive environment. Topics will include the concepts of enterprise information systems, use of information systems to achieve strategic goals and to gain competitive advantages, the impacts of information systems on business process reengineering...
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Management Course Descriptions

MGMT -705: Methods in Business Analysis This course focuses on building an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques necessary to solve complex business problems from a wide range of business areas, including inventory, customer service, sales, and quality management. Basic statistical concepts and statistical process improvement are covered. Students will use a variety of computer software...
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Economics Course Descriptions

ECON-706: Seminar in Economics This course introduces basic microeconomic principles and their applications in business. Basic economic concepts, including marginal analysis of consumer and firm decisions, will be covered along with macroeconomic theories that support managers understanding of the global economic environment and the economic policies affecting that environment. ECON–608: Managerial Economics This course will apply economic...
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