Supply Chain Management

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Supply Chain Management
Possessing the skills and knowledge to help move materials, parts or
services from a concept to an end user which meets their expectations
University of Nebraska
College of Business Administration
Major approved
Supply Chain Management Systems
Aspirations
• Primary Focus: Creating Value for Customers
– Analysis: Assessing Customer Wants & Needs
• Order Winners and Qualifiers
– Design: Value Added Products and Services
– Purchasing
– Selecting Vendors
– Distributing Value Added Products and
Services
– Communicating and Tracking Products and
Services through information technology
Supply Chain Management Systems
Program Design
Sources:
Industry
Fellow academics (Big 10)
• Functional Skills
– Supply chain concepts
– Systems thinking
– Understand business processes
• Broader Skills (CBA background)
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Interpersonal, teamwork & communication
Dynamic problem solver & learner
Change management
Business skills
Sources of Curriculum Design
• Several Existing Supply Chain Programs Including:
– Michigan State University
• Long Standing Program
– Texas A & M University
• New and Rapidly Rising Program
• Recommended Skill Sets:
– American Production and Inventory Control Society
(APICS) Supply Chain Manager Competency Model
– Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Supply Chain
Curriculum
– Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
(CSCMP)
Our Starting Point
Every CBA Student
• Business Preparatory
Requirements
• Business Core
Requirements
– General Requirements ACE
(30 hours)
– Accounting
• Achievement Centered
Education
– Economics
– Communications
• 2 courses
– Calculus (1 course)
– Statistics (1 course)
– Basic Computer Skills
• 1 cr. hour not for degree
– Leadership Development
• 1 cr. hour not for degree
• Managerial and Financial
• Micro and Macro
– Corporate Finance
– Organizational Behavior
– Management Information
Systems
– Operations and Supply
Management
– Principles of Marketing
– Corporate Strategy
SCMS Curriculum
REQUIRED
SMCS 335
MRKT/SCMS 346
MNGT/SCMS 431
SCMS 432
Supply chain decision making models
Distribution channels management
Enterprise management systems
Supply chain planning and control systems
MRKT/SCMS 444
SCMS 439
SCMS 474
Supply chain logistics
Global sourcing and distribution
Strategic supply chain management
(CAPSTONE)
Supply Chain Management Systems
Potential Specializations
What is the highest priority?
• Logistics/Transportation
– Channels and Institutions
– Optimization
– Simulation
• Information Systems
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Systems Analysis
Database
Electronic Business
Business Data
Communications
• Operations Management
– Operations Planning
– Inventory Management
– Scheduling/Sequencing
• Procurement
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Sourcing
Negotiation
Contracts
Financial Statements
Directed Electives (pick 4)
Call Number
SCMS 434
Lean supply chain operations
SCMS 436
Project management
SCMS 447
Supply chain technology
MNGT/SSCMS 437
Supply chain risk management
ACCT 308
Managerial accounting
FINA 375
Financial statement analysis
MNGT 3112
Leadership, communications and teams
SCMS 454
Information systems analysis & design
SCMS 456
Object-oriented systems development
SCMS 458
Electronic business
SCMS 459
Global information technology & IS
MRKT 345
Marketing research
MRKT 425
Retail management
MRKT 450
Strategic database marketing
WHAT WE NEED
• INDUSTRY ADVICE
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What skill sets do you need? (done)
What topics/courses are the best fit?
Exposure to operations (field trips)
Projects
• for Capstone Course
• Faculty research
• SUPPORT
– Internship opportunities
• Scholarships
– Road trip opportunities
– Job market
• Recruiting resume database
Supply Chain Conference
• Quarterly (or biannual)
– Student presentations
• Capstone projects
– Industry panels
– Faculty discussions
• Support for:
– Funding trips/conference
– Hire lecturers with specialty industry expertise

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