Health Care Supply Chain Management
|Course name||Health Care Supply Chain Management|
|Institution||Duquesne University - Mylan School of Pharmacy|
Mylan School of Pharmacy
The program integrates curriculum and expertise from Duquesne’s Mylan School of Pharmacy, the John G. Rangos, Sr., School of Health Sciences and the A. J. Palumbo School of Business Administration, to contribute to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the health care supply chain. The broad-based curriculum emphasizes the importance of integrating supply chain activies regarding purchasing, inventory control, operations, distribution, customer service, and transportation. The Health Care Supply Chain Management program introduces students to all elements of the supply chain as they relate to the health care system. The program provides students with an understanding of the American health care system and the clinical and therapeutic terminology of that system. Students will also develop an understanding of the application of information technology in the health care system.
|General course topics||Variety/range of logistics topics in some detail|
|Specific course topics||
Purchasing, inventory control, operations, distribution, customer service, and transportation.
|Total time commitment||4 Years|
|Focus commodity||Any or other commodity|
|Degree name||Bachelor of Science in Health Care Supply Chain Management|
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|Logistics Topics Coverage % (estimate)||100|
Students must meet all requirements for admission to the Doctor of Pharmacy Program. Transfer students from the pre-professional phase would need to take an additional 50 credits in this area of concentration.
|Course fee description||
Course fee fluctuates annually. Please contact the course host for this information.
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|Course included in analysis||No|
Beyond the classroom, supply chain management students gain valuable experience and insights through educational visits with local companies.
To build their professional portfolios, students can earn an achievement certificate by completing a research paper examining the company’s supply chain.
On-campus, students can participate in Supply Chain Forums featuring guest speakers who address current trends in supply chain management.
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