Seoul, South Korea
Area of Study
Project Management, Supply Chain Management
Taught In English
Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units0
Hours & Credits
The course provides concepts and knowledge on how firms and organizations design and deliver products and services to their customers. Decision models and tools are used to improve quality, increase productivity, and reinforce supply-chains with suppliers and distributors of business firms. The broad themes of the course touch upon strategy, planning and control of operations to achieve quality, efficiency, flexibility, or speed.
Students will communicate effectively on operations and supply chain management related topics.
will demonstrate knowledge in knowledge areas such as business process analysis, quality management, queue management, inventory management, project management, supply chain management etc., and the ability to frame problems, collect and analyze data, and construct conclusions based on facts and analysis.
will recognize implications and challenges of operations and supply chain decisions in a global environment.
will be able to effectively use information technology to support operations and supply chain activities and decision making.