Catapult your Career with a degree in Supply Chain Management from A&M-Commerce
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management program provides its graduates a solid foundation in supply chain management activities and decision-making. This includes all processes pertaining to the flow of goods and services, from the raw material stage to the final customer. The program aims to create a knowledge base that is necessary to meet the increasing demand in logistics, operations and supply chain management.
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The College of Business is one of only 800 schools worldwide to be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
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What You Will Learn
A degree in supply chain management from A&M-Commerce provides exposure to skills and careers in the growing fields of supply chain management, project management, human resource management and strategic management. Additionally, this program provides students with backgrounds in organizational behavior, operations management, decision-making, and organizational activities and policy-making. Students will demonstrate competencies in leadership, human resource management, sales, retailing and entrepreneurship. Students will also learn to identify and assess market opportunities that create value and then plan, mobilize and motivate human resources, allocate financial resources and control project implementation.
Courses to Prepare You for Your Career
- Our business core provides students with a fundamental knowledge of common business areas including financial and managerial accounting, the business environment and strategy, finance, behavior and organizational issues, marketing, business analytics, quantitative analysis and production/operations management.
- In addition to the common body of knowledge in business components, majors in supply chain management will demonstrate competencies in leadership, human resource management, organizational behavior, supply chain management, project management, entrepreneurship and international management and business.
Supply Chain Management :: 1.12 FEATURED COURSES
This course is an overview of supply chain management, with particular attention given to supply/purchasing, operations, distribution (domestic and global) and integration issues. The course also introduces the student to several supply chain management analytical tools and Customer Relationship Management applications.
Supply chain design and management has become an ever-growing field of study. However, the complexity of the tasks associated with supply chain management make it difficult to manage. Added to this difficulty are the ever-increasing global demands for services and products that are available around the world. Organizations find themselves competing in an arena where global competition drives organizations to find ways to provide a strategic advantage, while maintaining a global presence.
With increasing competition around the globe, supply chain management is both a challenge and an opportunity for companies. Hence a strong understanding of supply chain management concepts and the ability to recommend improvements should be in the toolbox of all managers. The objective of this course is to introduce you to the key concepts and techniques that will allow you to analyze, manage and improve supply chain processes for different industries and markets. Each topic will be discussed using a combination of models, case-discussions and readings.
Supply Chains are designed to move material. This makes transportation the most critical and complex component of supply chain design. This course takes a managerial approach to define the roles and concepts associated with transportation. This framework provides both a micro and macro perspective to supply chains, and offers an overview of the operating and service characteristics associated with global transportation. Finally, this course provides an introductory discussion of the operating and service characteristics, cost structure and current challenges facing those who provide transportation services.
The tuition and fees for an undergraduate student taking 12 credit hours is $4,126 for a Texas resident and $9,034 for a non-resident.