Supply Chain Management Course

General

Program Description

This course provides the basics of supply chain management. The course focuses on the impact of demands that an organization's stakeholders place on purchasing; the impact that purchasing and materials management have on organizational success; the impact of ethical, contractual, and legal issues; the impact of strategic objectives; and the impact of supply chain considerations on the other major functional activities. PREREQ: Admission to the NEON Graduate Certificate Program.

Last updated Jan 2018

About the School

The College of Business and Economics at Boise State University is the primary emphasis business school in Idaho. With over 100 faculties and staff, over 3,000 students, and delivery sites throughout ... Read More

The College of Business and Economics at Boise State University is the primary emphasis business school in Idaho. With over 100 faculties and staff, over 3,000 students, and delivery sites throughout Southern Idaho, the College has undergraduate degree programs in accountancy, economics, finance, information technology management, international business, management, marketing and supply change management. On the graduate level, the College offers Master of Science degrees in accountancy, and accountancy with a taxation emphasis, as well as an Executive MBA (EMBA), Masters in Business Administration (MBA), MBA-ITM (Information Technology Management), and a Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management. We also serve as an educational resource through the Idaho Small Business Development Center, Tech Help, and the Idaho Council on Economic Education. The College of Business and Economics provides high-quality accessible AACSB-International-accredited education. We create, disseminate, and apply innovative knowledge to support economic and business development, primarily in Idaho and the region. Our students, staff, and faculty engage our chief constituencies: communities, businesses (profit and not-for-profit), organizations, and governmental entities. Read less