Supply Chain Operations Management

SOURCING & PROCUREMENT

Just like consumers are customers to companies, companies are also customers to other wholesalers. Sourcing & Procurement aims at continuously improving and re-evaluating the purchasing activities of a company. Those purchases can be material, contractual or of service, and require great analytical, negotiation and customer relationship management skills. As a purchasing manager, you will look beyond cost: quality, delivery speed and supplier’s flexibility will be just as important when making business with the wholesaler.

PRODUCTION & PLANNING

Do you make or do you buy? Production & Planning looks at different trade-offs relating to cost, quality, speed and flexibility which will help an organization take that decision. Should it choose to manufacture, the organization will have to design/label the product and decide on the quality and quantity to produce, which in term involves machinery and inventory decision-making.

LOGISTICS & DISTRIBUTION

Your company manufactures a product in China and sells it worldwide. How should they do it and what criteria should be taken into account in terms of operations? Logistics & Distribution looks at several aspects which include transportation costs, reliability, flexibility and timeliness of the distribution affiliate that plays a big role in supply chain operations. Others factors such as Packaging, Documentation and Trade Compliance Regulations are also addressed in this branch of Supply Chain Operations Management.

Courses

BSTA 378 : Statistical Models for Data Analysis
SCOM 361 : Management Science Models for Operations Management
SCOM 363 : Product Design and Process Re-Engineering
SCOM 372 : Supply Chain Planning and Control
SCOM 374 : Supply Chain Logistics
SCOM 492 : Supply Chain Simulation
SCOM 498 : Supply Chain Project

+ SELECT ANY ONE COURSE FROM

SCOM 491 : Supply Chain Risk Management
BTM 382 : Database Management
BTM 430 : ERP Planning, Implementation & Integration
BTM 480 : Project Management

Notes:

  • All SCOM courses are 3 credits in length.
  • You must be a BComm student to declare a SCOM Major.
  • All BTM Major students must complete 8 SCOM courses totaling 24 credits.
  • A Minor in SCOM is made up of 4 courses: SCOM 361, 363, 372 & 374.
  • Students can declare a business double major in the BComm program, replacing any previously declared business minor. The John Molson School of Business may impose quotas on some majors.
  • To review the course requirements for your year of entry in the program please refer to the JMSB course calendar or degree worksheet for that year.

Career Options

After you finish the SCOM program, you can explore and apply your skills in positions such as:

Operations Planner, Supply Chain Demand Planner, Supply Chain Specialist, Master Scheduler,  Logistics Coordinator, Logistics analyst, Business Analyst, Supply Chain Warehouse Associate, Supply Chain Analyst, Logistics, Traffic & Inventory Coordinator, Lean Manufacturing Consultant, Profit Improvement and Procurement Analyst etc.

Also you can check out other key websites for SCOM Careers provided by JMSB.

Questions

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