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 is a core requirement of the degree and requires a grade of "B" or better for successful completion.

  • Course #: MPSC-990-01
  • CRN: 40539
  • Instructor: Dunn, L.
  • Dates: Aug 24 – Dec 17, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Mon 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-975-20

Leading Cross Cultural Teams

This course focuses on practical as well as theoretical tools, methodologies, and approaches that students will use throughout their supply chain career. Leadership, organizational management, team diversity and cross-cultural communications topics will be covered in order to help students develop their management and teamwork skills.

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

  • Course #: MPSC-975-20
  • CRN: 40537
  • Instructor: Mooney Sirotinsky, L.
  • Dates: Oct 14 – Dec 17, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Tue 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-755-10

Negotiations

Effective negotiation is a key skill in supply chain management, impacting decisions such as order quantity, quality, service levels, total cost of ownership, and on-time delivery. Students will learn techniques and methods to prepare for negotiations and develop relationship management skills that improve their negotiation outcomes. Concepts such as developing a plan for negotiations, defining roles, developing high gain and high value questions, and demonstrating empathy and listening skills will be covered. Students will have the opportunity to practice via simulations and role play exercises.

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

  • Course #: MPSC-755-10
  • CRN: 40534
  • Instructor: Hofe, G.
  • Dates: Aug 24 – Oct 13, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Tue 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-547-10

Project Management

This course provides an overview of the project management lifecycle and associated processes. Students gain a solid grounding in fundamental project management concepts and learn how to develop a project charter, components of a project management plan, and a work breakdown structure (WBS). Students also learn how to assess risks, develop contingency plans, and create a change management plan.

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

  • Course #: MPSC-547-10
  • CRN: 40528
  • Instructor: Wolff, A.
  • Dates: Aug 24 – Oct 13, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Wed 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-715-01

Securing Digital SC

This course examines how organizations are increasing security of their supply chains for critical products, materials, and systems. Students will focus on digital threats and vulnerabilities. The course explores case examples and industry and government best practices related to mitigation tools, strategies, and protective measures of Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) programs.

  • Course #: MPSC-715-01
  • CRN: 40532
  • Instructor: Lehr-Lopez, N.
  • Dates: Aug 24 – Dec 17, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Thu 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM

MPSC-546-20

Supply Chain Design

This course teaches students how to drive better business performance by structuring the supply chain in ways that enhance profitability, align with the strategic goals of the organization, and ultimately create shareholder value. Students are introduced to the theory and practice of mapping supply chain processes, logistics management, strategic partnership development, risk management, single versus dual-sourcing, organizational integration, and outsourcing versus insourcing in the context of how to build an effective supply chain. Students work through case study examples and simulations to identify how organizations must balance all the factors that drive Total Cost of Ownership and profitability.

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

  • Course #: MPSC-546-20
  • CRN: 40527
  • Instructor: Mason, F.
  • Dates: Oct 14 – Dec 17, 2022
  • Class Meetings:
    • Wed 5:20 PM - 7:50 PM