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Supply Chain Management and Global Sourcing

Several factors have made crafting a supply chain and sourcing strategy a central focus for firms, including rapid changes in demand for products and services, the globalization of the economy, and the availability of advanced planning and communication tools for coordinating the activities of supply chain participants. A specialization in Supply Chain Management and Global Sourcing is particularly relevant to those who wish to pursue careers in management consulting, managing information systems, product management and supply chain management.

Selected Courses:

Decision Models
Emerging Technology and Business Innovation
Multinational Business Management
Operations for Global Entrepreneurs
Regression and Multivariate Analysis
Service Operations and Strategy
Supply Chain Management

Especially Relevant to Students Working in:

Brand Management
General Management
Global Business
Luxury/Retail Marketing
Management Consulting
Marketing
Operations
Product Management
Risk Management
Strategic Planning