As leading edge companies shift their focus towards entire end-to-end supply chains, we need critical thinkers to develop integrated approaches to manage the flow of material, information and money.
The Supply Chain Management program provides you with an interdisciplinary platform upon which to create strategies for effective supply chain management by employing tools and methodologies present in marketing, finance, statistics, change and stakeholder management, information systems, and industrial engineering.
This seminar focuses on managerial and modelling issues in supply chain design and coordination along the supply chain.
Models in facility location, distribution networks and global supply chain networks are studied.
This paper provides a real-life example of how AGCO used a technology solution (riskmethods, in this case) and how the results led to a significantly positive impact on their supply chain..their bottom line.
Globalization and technological advances have changed the way we manage the flow of goods and services.Through qualitative and quantitative analyses of supply chains, you’ll generate solutions to problems and make use of your acquired knowledge through an industry-based applied research project.The program is open to both full-time and part-time students.The following bachelor's degrees with high academic standing are eligible for admission: bachelor's degree in Commerce (or equivalent) with a major in any business discipline; bachelor's degree in any of the engineering disciplines; bachelor's degree in Economics / Mathematics / Applied Sciences.To be eligible for admission, applicants must have maintained at least a B average in the final two years of their undergraduate studies and have obtained a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.00 on a 4.30 scale, or the equivalent, from an accredited university.The coverage is supplemented by case studies and research articles.Offered by: Supply Chain and Business Technology Management Program: MSCM Prerequisite: MSCM 681 or equivalent.Risk and reward: just as in Vegas, one walks hand-in-hand with the other.You’d probably prefer the odds be a little more in your favor - which is why you're reading this and not playing roulette in Nevada.Applicants who have been admitted by a program and whose test results fall within the range requiring a language placement test are required to write the Concordia Comprehensive ESL Placement Test (Con CEPT).The degree requirements for the program consist of the following: 6 credits of core seminars: MSCA 602: Applied Linear Statistical Models (3 credits) MSCA 615: Research Methodology - Administrative Sciences (3 credits) 15 credits of Supply Chain Management seminars: MSCM 681: Advanced Modelling and Optimization (3 credits) MSCM 682: Sourcing and Global Logistics (3 credits) MSCM 683: Supply Chain Design and Coordination (3 credits) MSCM 684: Demand Management (3 credits) MSCM 685: Supply Chain Risk Management (3 credits) 9 credits of elective seminars: (see Elective Seminars) 15 credits: MSCM 689: Applied Research Project After reviewing the Admission Requirements, the following items must be submitted.