BUS-364 Global Supply Chain Management
This course takes an integrative cross-functional approach to the study of supply chain management. Students will evaluate the challenges and opportunities involved in constructing a global network of organizations that cooperate synergistically to provide goods and services. Global business issues are discussed in the context of ethics and sustainability from a Reformed Christian perspective. Topical coverage includes cross-cultural considerations, strategy, supply chain network design, sourcing, logistics, supply chain relationship management, demand forecasting, and performance evaluation. Prerequisites: Business 203, Information Systems 171, Mathematics 143.