MBA elective courses in Supply Chain Management
|Course name||MBA elective courses in Supply Chain Management|
|Institution||University of Maryland-College Park; Robert H Smith School of Business; Dept of Logistics, Business, and Public Policy|
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|Course objective|| |
Build a personalized portfolio of management knowledge and skills. In addition to acquiring expertise in one or more functional areas of business, you\'ll further develop your ability to analyze, synthesize, and communicate. Elective course content is both timeless-exploring theories that are the foundation for modern business practice-and timely-incorporating the \"best practices\" emerging from today\'s technology-powered global markets; the curriculum also provides students with a hands-on exposure to information technology tools essential to modern supply chain management.
|General course topics||Variety/range of logistics topics in some detail|
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Courses include: BULM 730: Transportation Management; BULM 732: Logistics Management; BULM 733: International Logistics and Transportation Management; BULM 742: Managing Technology in the Supply Chain; BULM 744: Managing the Real Time Supply Chain; BULM 758: Extending Advanced Supply Chain Planning Across the Enterprise.
|Total time commitment||2 Years|
|Focus commodity||Any or other commodity|
|Accredited by||University of Maryland College Park|
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|Logistics Topics Coverage % (estimate)||100|
|Pre-requisites description|| |
Bachelors degree with at least a 2.80 GPA, GMAT test, Calculus requirement, application fee
|Course fee description|| |
Varies by residency status. Please contact the course host for this information.
Evening, weekend, accelerated, and MS students are charged on a per credit basis.
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Merit-based & Graduate assistanceships as well as federal loans available
|Course included in analysis||No|
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MBA Program starting in late August through May of the following year for two years (21 months). Full or part-time attendance depending on concentration and option of dual degree.