Master's in Supply Chain Management

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MPSC-990-01

Capstone

This course allows students to use the tools, techniques, and knowledge they have learned throughout the program to solve a business problem or improve a process within their organization or as a consulting project for a real-world client. Students will work closely with their faculty advisor to determine an appropriate topic and scope for their capstone project.

Note: This course meets in person at the day and time listed. This course requires department approval for registration.

  • Course #: MPSC-990-01
  • CRN: 42734
  • Instructor: Dunn, L.
  • Dates: Jan 12 – May 14, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Wed 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-990-02

Capstone

This course allows students to use the tools, techniques, and knowledge they have learned throughout the program to solve a business problem or improve a process within their organization or as a consulting project for a real-world client. Students will work closely with their faculty advisor to determine an appropriate topic and scope for their capstone project.

Note: This course meets synchronously through Zoom at the day and time listed. This course requires department approval for registration.

  • Course #: MPSC-990-02
  • CRN: 42735
  • Instructor: Treusdell, R.
  • Dates: Jan 12 – May 14, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Wed 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-530-01

Cost & Financial Analysis

This course challenges students to consider the linkages between supply chain management and corporate finance. Students learn to anticipate how supply chain decisions affect various stakeholders, both inside and outside the company, including how supply chain decisions create value for shareholders. Topics include accounting fundamentals, cost allocations, standard costing, activity-based costing, transfer pricing, working capital management, KPIs and dashboards, Total Cost of Ownership, and cash flow projections. This course also covers the fundamentals of supply chain finance, including topics such as payables discounting, reverse factoring, lease versus buy, and trade credits. Finally, the course introduces students to a variety of global supply chain and global trade topics, including duty and quotas, taxes, hedging, currency issues, and the mechanics of global joint ventures.

Note: This course meets in person at the day and time listed.

  • Course #: MPSC-530-01
  • CRN: 40943
  • Instructor: Heaton, R.
  • Dates: Jan 12 – May 14, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Mon 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-800-01

Distrib Strat & Logistics Mgt

This course introduces the various options for logistics management (1PL, 2PL, 3PL, etc.) and outlines the pros (including access to a global warehouse network, ability to focus company resources on core competencies, and shipping and risk mitigation) and cons (including cost and loss of control) of various distribution strategies. Students learn about methodologies for optimization, managing logistics, transportation regulations that impact logistics, types of logistics software, and methods to select distribution partners and network configuration.

Note: This course meets in person at the day and time listed.

  • Course #: MPSC-800-01
  • CRN: 42733
  • Instructor: Mason, F.
  • Dates: Jan 12 – May 14, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Tue 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-850-01

Global Supply Chain Management

This course introduces students to the rules governing international trade and to global trade considerations. Topics include International Commercial Terms or Incoterms, frameworks for international expansion, regulatory and country reporting requirements, analysis of offshoring and outsourcing, and the evaluation of trade barriers and risks.

Note: This course meets in person at the day and time listed.

  • Course #: MPSC-850-01
  • CRN: 42980
  • Instructor: Wolff, A.
  • Dates: Jan 12 – May 14, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Thu 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-520-01

Intro. to Ops & SCM

This course introduces students to operations and supply chain management and orients them to the curricular areas of emphasis: Planning, Procurement Management, and Logistics & Fulfillment Management. Students will be introduced to a variety of tools, techniques, concepts, and theories. Topics will include demand planning, process design and improvement, quality evaluation, procurement, capacity analysis, logistics management and inventory management. This course will employ simulations, guest speakers, and case studies to immerse students in the world of supply chain management and help them understand essential terminology and current challenges.

Note: This course meets in person at the day and time listed.

  • Course #: MPSC-520-01
  • CRN: 40490
  • Instructor: Dunn, L.
  • Dates: Jan 12 – May 14, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Mon 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-600-01

SC Analytics & Tech.

This course teaches students the primary quantitative and qualitative methods of analysis required to understand, forecast and address variability in the supply chain. Topics include forecasting systems, forecasting integration with strategic partners, typical forecasting fallacies, market analysis techniques, market testing, matching demand and supply, and quantitative forecasting methodologies and concepts, such as single, double, and triple exponential smoothing.

Note: This course meets synchronously through Zoom at the day and time listed.

  • Course #: MPSC-600-01
  • CRN: 40492
  • Instructor: Jacobe, J.
  • Dates: Jan 12 – May 14, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Thu 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-700-01

Strategic Sourcing/Contracting

This course teaches students how to develop and execute a Strategic Sourcing Plan. Students will learn about methods, techniques and technology for strategic sourcing RFX events, contracting fundamentals and approaches, and supplier relationship management.

Note: This course meets synchronously through Zoom at the day and time listed.

  • Course #: MPSC-700-01
  • CRN: 42732
  • Instructor: Lewis, S.
  • Dates: Jan 12 – May 14, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Mon 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM