Supply Chain Management (SCMT 1100) – ADC Durham Continuing Education (over/under 21)

16088

Course Description

SCMT1100 introduces students to the important contribution that supply chain and operations managers make to the
success of any organization. In the increasingly global economy, every organization relies upon very coordinated
support from supply chain partners in order to be successful. Depending upon the nature of the business, a supply
chain and operations manager’s job can involve interacting with suppliers, managing transportation of goods,
overseeing the day-to-day activities involved in the production of goods and services, solving problems, and working
with customers – all with an eye toward meeting quality and efficiency goals. SCMT1100 introduces students to some
of the areas of supply chain and operations management responsibility, and examines the tools and tradeoffs that
managers consider when making important decisions. Supply chain and operations management is a growing field of
employment in the Canadian economy, but is an area that is not widely understood by many students who are
beginning their business education. Through this course, some students may discover that supply chain and
operations management is well suited to their skills and interests, and may continue their studies in one of the Supply
Chain & Operations diploma programs. For students who pursue other areas of business studies, this course will
prepare them to interact effectively with the supply chain and operations managers in their own organization when
cross-functional decisions are being made.

Additional Information

16040

Course Hours

42


Section

F01


Secondary Course Name

BOG4E


Instructional Location

Durham Continuing Education


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