(Effective Fall 2014) Introduces applications and issues in supply chain management of international trade operations in sourcing, production, logistics, services and customer service. These complex practices and procedures to support international trade management will be explored including import-export, risk management, regulations, transportation, foreign currency, information, and off shoring using current content, cases and real-world examples. Key analytical methods such as total landed costing and strategic profit modeling will be taught as tools for decision making. Students will work on a personal term project involving an aspect of international supply chain management of their interest. Should be taken as the final course in the concentration.
Prerequisite: OP 321 & both electives (can be taken with one or both of the electives)., Units: 3 , Offered: Spring 2014