The Capstone of the Supply Chain Management (SCM) program. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge in SCM in order to think critically and design SCM strategies necessary to support the firm’s global strategic decisions. This course should prepare students for higher-level learning in the field of SCM with emphasis in the following areas: globalization and international trade, supply chain relationships, supply chain strategies, collaborative planning, procurement and ethical standards, information flows and technology, measuring and managing logistic performance, supply chain vulnerabilities, sustainable supply chain systems, reverse logistics, service supply chains, and emerging supply change designs.
Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
Assessment tool on file with department, or the successful completion of a grade of "C or better" from Henry Ford College's course BBA-254 Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Note: BSC-260 Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management to replace prior course offering BBA-254 Logistics and Supply Chain Management.