Academics

    LOG

    LOG 215 Supply Chain Management (3-0-3)
    Offered Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters
    Prerequisites:  ENG  101,  MGT  101
    This course is the study of all activities between suppliers, producers, and end users involving the flow of goods and services to include functions such as purchasing, manufacturing, assembling, and distribution. The student will understand supply chain units and materials management processes.

    LOG 240 Purchasing Logistics (3-0-3)
    Offered Spring Semester
    Prerequisites: BUS 230, LOG 215
    This course is the study of how purchasing impacts materials management, supply chain, transportation, and global logistics processes. The student will understand methods of electronic sourcing as well as negotiating and pricing principles.

    LOG 245 Production Planning Processes (3-0-3)
    Offered Fall Semester
    Prerequisites: CPT 270, LOG 215, MAT 120
    This course is a study of production processes involving process selection, facility layout, quality, waiting line analysis, Just in Time (JIT), and Lean operations.

    LOG 250 Advanced Global Logistics (3-0-3)
    Offered as needed
    Prerequisite:  Department head approval (enrollment in this course will be determined on an individual basis)
    This course examines advanced applications related to global operations and logistics strategies, planning, technology, risk, and management necessary in a global business environment.   Emphasis is placed on global sourcing, shipping, tracking, and e-logistics systems.  This course is in the Supply Chain Management program, but is open to students in other areas because of the extensive use of SAP, an enterprise resource planning system, which will reinforce the understanding of linkages with business processes.

    LOG 260 Processes in Supply Chain Management (3-0-3)
    Offered Spring Semester
    Prerequisites: LOG 215, MAT 120
    This course is a study of supply chain management processes and how they integrate.  Systems Applications and Products (SAP) is used to reinforce the concepts of scheduling, planning, and forecasting. This is the capstone course for the Supply Chain Management degree program.