International Logistics Strategic Management
Three semester hours.
A capstone course that integrates all the elements of the international logistics program. The interfaces of the logistics system with marketing, production, information, and organizational strategies will be studied to highlight the integrative role of the logistics function and its relevance to the formulation of competitive strategy. The major international issues impinging on the design, analysis, and control of logistical networks will also be discussed. The course will make use of readings, cases, and a computerized simulation exercise. To be taken in the final semester prior to graduation.
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