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SYSE 522 Supply Chain Systems Engineering 3.0 Credits

Covers the concepts and methods used for designing, modeling, and managing the supply chain as a strategy that organizations use to be competitive in the global marketplace. The course has broad applications for different types of industries such as manufacturing, service, and retailing. Includes both practical and analytical approaches used for managing supply chain. Students in this course will apply industrial and systems engineering tools to design, analyze, and optimize the supply chain such as, mathematical optimization, inventory management, transportation and network location, facilities planning and material handling. More advanced topics are interrelated such as: value of information sharing in the supply chain, customer value, strategic alliances, international issues and decision support systems.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 572 [Min Grade: C] and (EGMT 574 [Min Grade: C] or EGMT 690 [Min Grade: C] or SYSE 690 [Min Grade: C])

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