MSSCMA - MS Supply Chain Managemnt

Table 4.1:  Courses and Program Goals

Course Number

SCM 500

SCM 520

SCM 611

SCM 614

SCM 620

SCM 625

SCM 630

SCM640

SCM 657

SCM 699

Course Title

Research Methods for Supply Chain Mgmt.

Business Economics

Operations Planning and Analysis

Supply Chain Mgmt.

Business Analytics for Supply Chain Mgmt.

Global Supply Chain Strategy

Project Mgmt.

Logistics and Transportation Mgmt.

Seminar in in Supply Chain Leadership

Capstone Project for Global Supply Chain Mgmt.

Units

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

  • Critical Thinking

I

I

I

D

D

D/M

D

D

D/M

M

  • Ethics

I

I/D

D/M

M

  • Interpersonal, Leadership & Team Skills

I/D

I/D/M

M

  • Business Functions

I/D

D/M

D/M

D

M

  • Quantitative and Technical Skills

I

I/D

I/D

D

D/M

I/D

D

M

  • Domestic and Global Environment

D/M

I/D

I/D

M

“I” indicates where the SLO (Student Learning Outcome) is introduced, “D” indicates where the SLO is developed, and “M” indicates where the SLO is mastered.

Each learning goal is covered by at least three of the required courses.  All courses cover the critical thinking learning goal and advanced level subject matter which fulfills AACSB Accreditation Standard 19 for Specialized Master’s Programs :

The level of knowledge represented by the students of a specialized master’s level program is the:

  • Application of knowledge even in new and unfamiliar circumstances through a conceptual understanding of the specialization.
  • Ability to adapt and innovate to solve problems.
  • Capacity to critically analyze and question knowledge claims in the specialized discipline.
  • Capacity to understand the specified discipline from a global perspective.

According to AACSB, each learning goal should be assessed twice during five years. The following Table 4.2 shows a proposed assessment schedule.