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Master of Business Administration - Ottawa - Ontario Master of Business Administration - Ottawa - Ontario
Objectives:
The MBA program provides advanced management knowledge and skills in all management disciplines, including those required to analyze, make decisions, and lead.
Entry Requirements:
This program is designed for individuals who are employed in a managerial capacity in the private or public sector and who wish to broaden, deepen and enhance their management competencies and acquire more advanced knowledge to advance their management careers.
Award:
Master of Business Administration
Course Description:
There is a mandatory non-credit one week immersion period for daytime M.B.A students shortly before the M.B.A courses commence.

With the permission of the M.B.A. Program Director, students must also complete all of the courses required for at least one of the concentrations listed below.  The remaining credits may be selected from any of the concentration courses listed below.

All students must successfully complete the 4.25 credits (17 quarter-courses) compulsory courses, and at least one of the following concentrations:

    * Financial Management
    * Management and Change
    * Technology Management
    * International Business

Once the compulsory 4.25 credits are completed, students may then choose one of the following program options:

Evening Stream

M.B.A with one concentration (Total: 7.5 credits)

    * 4.25 compulsory core credits (17 quarter-courses), plus
    * 2.25 credits in the chosen concentration (9 quarter-courses), plus
    * 1.0 credit from one or more of the other concentrations (4 quarter-courses).

M.B.A. with one concentration plus a minor concentration (Total: 7.5 credits)

    * 4.25 compulsory core credits
      (17 quarter-courses), plus
    * 2.25 credits (9 quarter-courses) in the chosen concentration, plus
    * 1.0 credit (4  quarter-courses) in a second, minor concentration (4 quarter-courses). See the lists under Minor Concentration in the next section for specific  course requirements.

M.B.A. with two concentrations (Total: 8.75 credits, see Note below)

    *   4.25 compulsory core credits (17 quarter-courses), plus
    *   2.25 credits in one concentration (9 quarter-courses), plus
    *   2.25 credits in a second chosen concentration (9 quarter-courses).

Note: the two concentrations option described above includes an additional 1.25 credits (5 quarter-courses) to fulfil degree requirements.

The evening M.B.A program may be completed on a part-time basis.  However, all courses must be successfully completed within 5 years of admission.  Candidates admitted to the evening M.B.A may complete the M.B.A in the daytime MBA program with the permission of the MBA Director.

Daytime Stream


Note: students with less than 2 years of management or professional employment experience must successfully complete BUSI 5999 [1.0] in order to graduate. Details and requirements for the practicum are available from the School.

M.B.A. with one concentration
(Total: 8.5 credits)

    * 4.25 compulsory core credits (17 quarter-courses), plus
    * 2.25 credits (9 quarter-courses) in the chosen concentration, plus
    * 1.0 credit (4 quarter-courses) from one or more of the other concentrations, plus
    * BUSI 5999 [1.0 credit] Practicum

M.B.A. with one concentration plus a minor concentration
(Total 8.5 credits)

    * 4.25 compulsory core credits (17 quarter-courses)
    * 2.25 credits (9 quarter-courses) in a chosen concentration, plus
    * 1.0 credit (4  quarter-courses) in a second, minor concentration (4 quarter-courses). See the lists under Minor Concentration in the next section for specific  course requirements.
    * BUSI 5999 [1.0 credit] Practicum

M.B.A. with two concentrations (Total: 9.75 credits, see Note below)

    *   4.25 compulsory core credits (17 quarter-courses)
    *   2.25 credits (9 quarter-courses) in each of two concentrations, plus
    *   2.25 credits in a second chosen concentration (9 quarter-courses)
    *   BUSI 5999 [1.0 credit] Practicum

Note: the two concentrations option above includes an additional 1.25 credits (5 quarter-courses) to fulfil degree requirements.

The daytime M.B.A courses are designed to be completed in 3 terms on a full time basis. the practicum are available from the School. Students admitted to the daytime M.B.A program are not permitted to enrol in evening M.B.A courses. 

M.B.A. Compulsory Core Courses

ACCT 5001     Financial Accounting
ACCT 5002     Managerial Accounting
BUSI 5801     Statistics for Managers
BUSI 5802     Business Ethics
BUSI 5803     Managerial Economics
FINA 5501       Financial Management
FINA 5502     Corporate Finance
IBUS 5701     International Business
ITIS 5401     Fundamentals of IT Service Management
MGMT 5101     Managing People
MGMT 5102     Managing Organizations
MKTG 5201     Marketing Strategy Formulation
MKTG 5202      Marketing Strategy Implementation
TOMS 5301     Modeling Business Decisions
TOMS 5302     Operations Management
STGY 5901     Corporate and Business Strategy
STGY 5902     Strategic Management Capstone Project

Minor Concentration Required Courses

Minor Concentration in Financial Management


If taken with:
Concentration in Technology Management or
Concentration in Management and Change
ACCT 5011     Financial Statement Analysis
ACCT 5012     Performance Measurement and Control
FINA 5512     Valuation
FINA 5513     Mergers and Acquisitions

If taken with:
Concentration in International Business
ACCT 5011     Financial Statement Analysis
ACCT 5012     Performance Measurement and Control
FINA 5511     Investments
FINA 5512     Valuation

Minor Concentration in Management and Change

MGMT 5113     Managing Teams
MGMT 5115     Leadership
MGMT 5121     Fundamentals of Organizational Change
MGMT 5122      Leading and Managing Organizational Change

Minor Concentration in Technology Management
Students with a minor concentration in Technology Management must select the equivalent of 1.0 credit (or equivalent) from the Technology Management concentration courses. ITIS 5421/TOMS 5321 Strategic Management of Technology (Concentration Integration Course) may not be used to fulfil this requirement.

Minor Concentration in International Business
IBUS 5711     International Marketing and Trade
IBUS 5712     Business and Government in Emerging Economies
IBUS 5713     Doing Business in the United States
IBUS 5721     Regional and Global Business Strategies (Concentration Integration course)

M.B.A. Concentration Courses

Concentration in Financial Management

ACCT 5011     Financial Statement Analysis
ACCT 5012     Performance Measurement and Control
ACCT 5013       Public Sector and NGO Accounting
ACCT 5014     Financial Corporate Governance and Accountability
FINA 5511     Investments
FINA 5512    

Valuation

FINA 5513     Mergers and Acquisitions
FINA 5514     International Finance
FINA 5521     Financial Management Concentration Integration

Concentration in Management and Change
MGMT 5111     Conflict and Negotiation
MGMT 5112     Power and Influence
MGMT 5113     Managing Teams
MGMT 5114     Cross-Cultural Management and Diversity
MGMT 5115     Leadership
MGMT 5116     Managing Performance
MGMT 5117     Knowledge Management
MGMT 5121     Fundamentals of Organizational Change Concentration Integration
MGMT 5122     Leading and Managing Organizational Change Concentration Integration

Concentration in Technology Management
ITIS 5411     IT Service Support
ITIS 5412     IT Service Delivery
ITIS 5413     Enterprise Architecture and Governance
TOMS 5311     Quality Management
TOMS 5312     Technology Development
TOMS 5313     Technology Adoption for Services
TOMS 5314     Supply Chain Management
MKTG 5211     Technology Marketing
ITIS 5421/
TOMS 5321     Strategic Management of Technology Concentration Integration

Concentration in International Business
IBUS 5711     International Marketing and Trade
IBUS 5712     Business and Government in Emerging Economies
IBUS 5713     Doing Business in the United States
IBUS 5721     Regional and Global Business Strategies Concentration Integration
FINA 5512     Valuation
FINA 5513     Mergers and Acquisitions
MGMT 5114     Cross-Cultural Management and Diversity
MGMT 5117     Knowledge Management
TOMS 5314     Supply Chain Management

Accounting

ACCT 5001 [0.25 credit]
    Financial Accounting
    Fundamentals of financial accounting. Techniques used to measure business transactions, preparation of financial statements, recording and valuation of assets, liabilities and equities.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5004 (no longer offered).

ACCT 5002 [0.25 credit]
    Managerial Accounting
    Fundamentals of managerial accounting and control. Techniques for management decision-making, planning, and control including cost-volume-profit analysis, product costing, variance analysis, relevant costing, transfer pricing and the balanced scorecard.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5005 (no longer offered).
    Prerequisite: ACCT 5001.

ACCT 5011 [0.25 credit]
    Financial Statement Analysis
    A user-oriented approach to the study of financial statements.  The role of the financial statements and the annual report in the financial reporting process, using ratio analysis to analyze firm performance and make forecasts of future performance.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5000 (no longer offered).

ACCT 5012 [0.25 credit]
    Performance Measurement and Control
    Efficacy and efficiency of corporate strategies. Design and use of performance measurement systems from an organizational integrated systems view. Balanced scorecard, activity-based management, and other performance measurement and control systems.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5000 (no longer offered).

ACCT 5013 [0.25 credit]
    Public Sector and NGO Accounting
    Governmental and NGO accounting principles, practices, and unique financial reporting requirements. Comparison with private sector financial reporting and performance evaluation.

ACCT 5014 [0.25 credit]
    Financial Corporate Governance and Accountability
    Corporate governance functions including management and controllership, boards of directors, auditors, security commissions and the control of enterprise-wide risk management. Historical development and evaluation of current practices, including Sarbanes Oxley and its implications.

Business


BUSI 5500 [0.5 credit]
    Seminar in Finance
    Contemporary finance theory and practice. Innovations in corporate financing, financial planning, financing strategies, valuation of contingent claims, implications of agency theory. Emphasis on financial decisions of technology-based firms.
    Prerequisite: permission of the M.B.A. Director.

BUSI 5501 [0.5 credit]
    Current Topics in Financial Research
    Topical and classical research and empirical issues in investments, portfolio management, corporate finance, and capital markets. Innovative research methods and their applicability to contemporary areas of financial products.
    Prerequisite: Permission of the M.B.A. Director.

BUSI 5801 [0.25 credit]
    Statistics for Managers
    Techniques for using data to make an informed use of statistics. Applications,  interpretation and limitations of results. Sampling, descriptive statistics, probability concepts, estimation and testing of hypotheses and regression, using practical business situations.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5904.

BUSI 5802 [0.25 credit]
    Business Ethics
    Impact of corporate decisions on society. Models and standards of business ethics and corporate social responsibility (CSR).  Methods of measuring and reporting.  The rise of corporate power, stakeholder analysis, corporate governance, sustainability, national and international pressures on CSR.

BUSI 5803 [0.25 credit]
    Managerial Economics
    The application of economic principles and methodologies to business decision problems. The logic and consequences of consumer and producer decision-making and the resultant market outcomes.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5604.

BUSI 5900 [0.5 credit]
    Tutorials/Directed Studies in Business
    Tutorials or directed readings in selected areas of business, involving presentation of papers as the basis for discussion with the tutor.
    Prerequisite: admission to the program prior to the fall term of 2008 and permission of the M.B.A. Program Director. Completion of an undergraduate business course may be required.

BUSI 5902 [0.5 credit]
    Business Research Methods
    Basic issues of scientific research as applied to business problems.The logic of scientific research, proof and verification, hypothesis testing, the logic of statistical inference, research design.
    Prerequisite:  admission to the program prior to the fall term of 2008 and permission of the M.B.A. Program Director.

BUSI 5903 [0.5 credit]
    Multivariate Statistics for Business Research
    Classical methods of multivariate statistics including multiple regression; emphasis on assumptions and coping with violations; theoretical understanding of methods and practical computer-based data analysis skills. Provides background for studying more advanced statistical topics.
    Prerequisite:  admission to the program prior to the fall term of 2008 and permission of the M.B.A. Program Director.

BUSI 5907 [0.5 credit]
    M.B.A. Thesis Tutorial
    A seminar designed to help the student formulate and evaluate specific research topics. The successful submission of a thesis proposal is necessary for the completion of the course.
    Prerequisite:  admission to the program prior to the fall term of 2008 and permission of the M.B.A. Program Director.

BUSI 5908 [1.0 credit]
    M.B.A. Research Project
    Prerequisite:  admission to the program prior to the fall term of 2008 and permission of the M.B.A. Program Director.

BUSI 5909
    M.B.A. Thesis Research
    Prerequisite: BUSI 5907 and admission to the program prior to the fall term of 2008 and permission of the M.B.A. Program Director.

BUSI 5999 [1.00 credit]
    Practicum
    As a condition for graduation, all students in the daytime stream with less than 2 years of management or professional employment experience are required to have a minimum of four months practical management experience.  The practicum will be selected and assigned by the Director of the M.B.A. program.  Details are available from the School.

Finance

FINA 5501 [0.25 credit]
    Financial Management
    Overview of finance from the perspective of the financial manager. Corporate governance issues, financial markets, time value of money, valuation and yields of financial securities, capital budgeting, financial statement analysis, and the trade-off between risk and return.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5504.

FINA 5502 [0.25 credit]
    Corporate Finance
    Aspects of corporate finance of most concern to managers: investment, financing and payout decisions, corporate restructuring. Case studies will be used.
    Prerequisite: FINA 5501.

FINA 5511 [0.25 credit]
    Investments
    The analytical foundations and tools necessary for successful decision making by investment managers and analysts and by individual investors.  Includes a significant hands-on component.

FINA 5512 [0.25 credit]
    Valuation
    Valuation techniques needed for enterprise valuation. The identification of value drivers, insights into the valuation of companies in different settings. Step-by-step procedures for valuing businesses. Includes a team case analysis and presentation. 

FINA 5513 [0.25 credit]
    Mergers and Acquisitions
    Theory and practice of mergers and acquisitions. Skills needed to be effective in mergers and acquisitions. Best practices in deal origination, design, implementation and post merger integration.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5500.
    Prerequisite: FINA 5512.

FINA 5514 [0.25 credit]
    International Finance
    Issues encountered by the multinational financial manager in making financing and investment decisions within a global context. Foreign exchange markets, parity conditions, currency quotation methods, management of foreign exchange/political risk and international capital budgeting.

FINA 5521 [0.25 credit]
    Financial Management Concentration Integration
    Integrates and applies all the accounting and finance concentration coursework. Critical thinking is stressed via the case study approach. Focuses on complex problems and allows students to gain a deeper understanding of the salient issues discussed within the financial management concentration.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5500.

International Business

IBUS 5701 [0.25 credit]
    International Business
    Managerial and strategic implications of differing international environments for a variety of business functions including structure and control, managing human resources, marketing, finance and logistics. Complexities of working across political and cultural boundaries.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5300 (no longer offered).

IBUS 5711 [025 credit]
    International Marketing and Trade
    Models for understanding factors that influence buyer decisions in different markets.  Product adaptation, distribution networks, promotion practices, cross-border pricing strategy and regulatory and other limitations.  The macro and micro effects of culture provide a connecting theme.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5301 (no longer offered).

IBUS 5712 [0.25 credit]
    Business and Government in Emerging Economies
    Projects in emerging economies often involve partnerships between businesses, local governments and foreign donors.  Emerging forms of cooperation which address issues of poverty, infrastructure and education.  The role of international firms in the process of economic transition.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5300 (no longer offered).

IBUS 5713 [0.25 credit]
    Doing Business in the United States
    The role of the United States as Canada’s most important foreign trade partner.  The U.S. as a distinct business environment.  Regulatory structures, competitive environment, buyer behaviour and business culture in the U.S. and Canada.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5300 (no longer offered).

IBUS 5721 [.25 credit]
    Regional and Global Business Strategies Concentration Integration
    Regional and global business expansion strategies and how global interdependence and regional trade groups affect international investment and marketing strategies.  Environmental and political factors that influence policy within and between trade blocs and how businesses participate in these processes.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5301 (no longer offered).
    Prerequisite: successful completion of all courses in the International Business concentration.  Students in the Minor in International Business must have successfully completed 0.75 credits from courses in the International Business concentration.

Information Systems


ITIS 5401 [0.25 credit]
    Fundamentals of IT Service Management
    ITIL and ISO 20000 topics including service support and service delivery fundamentals. Service support includes service/help desk, configuration, incident, problem, release, and change management. Service delivery includes security, service level, capacity, continuity, availability and IT financial management.
    Precludes additional credit for IBUS 5701 and ITIS 5413.

ITIS 5411 [0.25 credit]
    IT Service Support
    Management of IT processes crucial to business operations.  IT service management (ITSM) best practices including service desk management, incident management, problem management, change management, release management, and configuration management.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5401.

ITIS 5412 [0.25 credit]
    IT Service Delivery
    Service level management, services reporting, service continuity and availability management, budgeting and accounting for IT services, capacity management and information security management.  Service level agreements (SLAs) and information technology security techniquesr subjects.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5401.

ITIS 5413 [0.25 credit]
    Enterprise Architecture and Governance
    Exploration and analysis of enterprise architecture frameworks used to guide organizations in aligning business and IT strategies and goals while enhancing organizational efficiency in the adoption and use of IT.  Models of IT Governance.

ITIS 5421/TOMS 5321 [0.25 credit]
    Strategic Management of Technology Concentration Integration
    Components and aspects of technology strategy formulation and its successful implementation in an organization. Technology strategy from a general management perspective, designing and developing technology strategy for sustaining competitiveness. Project-based course.
    Prerequisite: successful completion of all courses in the Technology Management concentration.

Management

MGMT 5101 [0.25 credit]
    Managing People
    Understanding organizations through the relationships that define them. Theories, concepts and experiential exercises are used to help students understand their own values, attitudes and goals; how to motivate, communicate, teach and lead others, and how to apply these concepts to improving personal and organizational performance.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5100 (no longer offered).

MGMT 5102 [0.25 credit]
    Managing Organizations
    The design and function of complex organizations including the effects of size, environment, and technology on organizational structures and systems.  Sources of uncertainty and strategies for managing environmental relationships.  Work teams, group dynamics and organizational culture.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5101.
    Prerequisite: MGMT 5101

MGMT 5111 [0.25 credit]
    Conflict and Negotiation
    Conflict, negotiation and bargaining.  The bargaining process, conflict handling and how to analyze, plan and implement successful negotiations. Management and labour objectives and strategies that lead to conflict.

MGMT 5112 [0.25 credit]
    Power and Influence
    The role of power and influence in organizations.  Sources of power, the effectiveness of various influence tactics, the implications of powerlessness, types of empowerment, organizational politics and fostering constructive versus destructive political behaviour in organizations.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5101.

MGMT 5113 [0.25 credit]
    Managing Teams
    Factors affecting team performance.  Team development, the impact of team size, team processes, organizational practices that support teams, potential team interventions and the unique challenges faced by virtual teams. 

MGMT 5114 [0.25 credit]
    Cross-Cultural Management and Diversity
    Issues arising from diversity within organizations including the challenges confronting organizations operating in multicultural settings.  The implications of cultural differences for motivation, communication, conflict and leadership.  Identification of practices that facilitate the effective management of diversity.       

MGMT 5115 [0.25 credit]
    Leadership
    Post-heroic leadership theories, with a practical emphasis on developing and honing leadership skills in practicing managers.  A highly self-reflective course, requiring students to question and share their own leadership styles and situational antecedents.

MGMT 5116 [0.25 credit]
    Managing Performance
    Principles and techniques relating to the development, support, and evaluation of employee performance in organizations.  Models of individual and organizational performance; identifying high performing employees; methods of measuring performance; employee development and incentive systems. 

MGMT 5117 [0.25 credit]
    Knowledge Management
    Knowledge as a resource; methodologies for managing ongoing and future knowledge needs in businesses. As required knowledge is dispersed and developed throughout the globe, international dimensions of knowledge management.

MGMT 5121 [0.25 credit]
    Fundamentals of Organizational Change Concentration Integration
    A macro view of organizational change. The nature of change, forces for and against change, tools to diagnose what needs to be changed, and various change strategies. Key conceptual models for understanding organizational change.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5806 (no longer offered).
    Prerequisite: successful completion of all Management and Change concentration courses.  Students taking a minor concentration in Management and Change must have completed 0.5 credits (or the equivalent) of Management and Change concentration courses.

MGMT 5122 [0.25 credit]
    Leading and Managing Organizational Change Concentration Integration
    What change means for individuals and groups.  Conceptual models for understanding change at the micro level. Responses to change, managing its negative impacts, gaining commitment to change, change management competencies and changing organizational culture.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5806 (no longer offered).
    Prerequisite: MGMT 5121 and successful completion of all Management and Change concentration courses; students in minor concentration in Management and change must have at least 0.5 credits (or the equivalent) from the Management and Change concentration courses.

MKTG 5201 [0.25 credit]
    Marketing Strategy Formulation
    Basic concepts underlying development and sustaining of successful buyer-seller relationships including the core concepts and practice of marketing, the role of marketing in the organization, relationship and exchange bases, environmental scanning, competitor assessment, marketing research, segmentation, positioning, targeting of markets and strategy planning.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5204 (no longer offered).

MKTG 5202 [0.25 credit]
    Marketing Strategy Implementation
    Development and implementation of marketing strategy and plans, including interpretation of strategic positioning into product, promotion, pricing and channel decisions and the measurement and tracking of marketing success.  Special attention to the role of product innovation and introduction.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5200 (no longer offered).
    Prerequisite: MRKT 5201.

MKTG 5211 [0.25 credit]
    Technology Marketing
    Marketing in technology-intensive environments, with focus on business buying processes. Buyer behaviour, competitive and environmental analysis, planning and implementation of product and service innovations, targeting and positioning in the early stages of introduction, management through the growth stages, tracking success and contingency planning.

Strategic Management

STGY 5901 [0.25 credit]
    Corporate and Business Strategy
    Strategic analysis, formulation and implementation.  Strategic management emphasizes the determination and evaluation of environmental opportunities and threats in light of strengths and weaknesses in the organization’s value chain using VRIO in order to enhance its core competencies and craft a sustainable competitive advantage.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5808.

STGY 5902 [0.25 credit]
    Strategic Management Capstone Project
    Research and analyze a firm according to principles of STGY 5901 course.  Using Factiva, Mergent, Hoovers, Bloomberg, Statistics Canada, US Census Bureau, industry associations, SEC, SEDAR, identify and analyze data to construct case study and analysis of corporate and business strategies of a single firm.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5808.

Technology and Operations Management


TOMS 5301 [0.25 credit]
    Modeling Business Decisions
    Quantitative methods for strategic, tactical, and operational business decision making. Optimization, simulation, project management, decision analysis, and multi-criteria analysis.  Underlying ideas, model formulation, computer implementation, and analysis of model results, with applications from various business functions.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5600 (no longer offered).
    Prerequisite: BUSI 5801.

TOMS 5302 [0.25 credit]
    Operations Management
    The provision of services and goods to customers, with focus on efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity.  Planning and control of processes involving products, workers, equipment, suppliers, and customers.  Effects of variation and uncertainty on lead time, inventory, quality, and customer service.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5600 (no longer offered).
    Prerequisite: BUSI 5801.

TOMS 5311 [0.25 credit]
    Quality Management
    Defining quality, quality improvement, six sigma, lean enterprise, benchmarking and control charts; quality audits, ISO 9000, ISO 20000 and the progressive excellence program; role of quality assurance in service and product development; Process management and performance excellence.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5401 (no longer offered).

TOMS 5312 [0.25 credit]
    Technology Development
    Transformation of knowledge and ideas into products, processes and services. Development/innovation process models, successful and efficient integrated product/process/service development, cross functional teams, quality function deployment, lead-user approach, open innovations paradigm, disruptive innovations, and intellectual property management.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5401 (no longer offered).

TOMS 5313 [0.25 credit]
    Technology Adoption for Services
    Adoption and implementation of technology- driven products and processes for enhanced services. Technology forecasting and scanning; transfer of technologies including technology sourcing, pricing, transfer modes, and success factors; selection of appropriate technology, its vendor and consultant; risk management; managing change.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5700 (no longer offered).

TOMS 5314 [0.25 credit]
    Supply Chain Management
    Organizational, strategic and operational aspects of managing supply chain from domestic and international perspectives. Outsourcing strategies, supplier relationship and information sharing, supplier networks, contracting and procurement management, logistic integration, role of information technology, and supply chain performance and metrics.
    Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5601 (no longer offered).
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