Academic Catalogs

Supply Management (SM)

SM C1013 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Principles of Logistics/Supply Chain Management  

Grading Mode: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Transfer Credit: CSU.

This course encompasses purchasing, operations, and logistics activities and explains how these aspects of supply-chain activity are accomplished effectively and efficiently. The course follows a natural flow through the supply chain, demonstrating the practical applications of supply-chain management in the workplace. This course is identical to MS C171. Graded or Pass/No Pass option.

SM C1023 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Logistics/Supply Chain Operations  

Grading Mode: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Transfer Credit: CSU.

This course provides a strong foundation and solid understanding of key supply-chain processes. Topic highlights include supply-chain strategy development; process evaluation and design; and planning, controlling, and scheduling with a focus on value-added approaches to link suppliers, the organizations, and customers. Strategic and operational issues are covered with an emphasis on tools and techniques. This course is identical to MS C172. Graded or Pass/No Pass option.

SM C1043 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Purchasing and Procurement  

Grading Mode: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Transfer Credit: CSU.

Purchasing and Procurement provides contextual insight and knowledge into the strategies, processes, and practices of purchasing. Topics include supplier integration, evaluation, cost analysis, negotiations, contracts, inventory and information, e-systems, and management, measurement, and evaluation of sources and supplies. This course is identical to MS C174. Graded or Pass/No Pass option.

SM C2043 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Supply Chain/Logistics Management  

Grading Mode: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Transfer Credit: CSU.

This course provides a strategic focus that blends logistics theory with practical applications showing how all the pieces fit together. Topics include logistics management, operations, design, administration, and changes in the way business is being conducted. Emphasis is on relating current technology developments to supply-chain managerial concepts and logistical practices. This course is identical to MS C176. Graded or Pass/No Pass option.