Supply Chain Engineering Concentration
H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE), Georgia Institute of Technology
Supply chain engineers design and synchronize the networks and processes that move raw materials and supplies into production facilities, transform them into finished goods, and distribute products to customer markets.
The depth courses in this concentration include logistics, manufacturing (or operations) and advanced courses useful in the distribution of goods and services. Logistics deals with facility location, supply network design, transportation and vehicle routing. Manufacturing deals with operations within one facility such as planning and scheduling, inventory control, system dynamics and facility layout.
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- United States of America
Bachelor of ScienceDuration
Long (+12 months)Language
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