May 16, 2021  
2017-18 Academic Calendar Mount Royal University 
    
2017-18 Academic Calendar Mount Royal University [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

General Management, Supply Chain Management Concentration, BBA


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The Bachelor of Business Administration - General Management major is designed to offer students flexibility in program design and transferability. Students pursuing a General Management major may choose from a variety of business courses with the intention of obtaining a general business education. In addition to the 16 required core business courses, student may choose any 10 courses offered by the Bissett School of Business. These may include Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resources, International Business, Marketing, Social Innovation, Supply Chain Management, and Aviation. Students may also choose other courses from outside the Bissett School of Business. Students are strongly advised to consult an Advisor before choosing courses in the completion of a General Management major.

Students enrolled in the General Management major have the option to pursue a minor (refer to the Minors section of this calendar) or to complete one of the six concentrations in Financial Analysis, Financial Services, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, International Business, Social Innovation or Supply Chain Management as follows:

Concentration in Supply Chain Management


The concentration in Supply Chain Management is designed to educate students on trends in globalization, international trade and the growing need for businesses to develop more effective processes to create and distribute products and services.

The Supply Chain Management program includes management of the flow and transportation of goods and services from materials and inputs through to the consumer. The curriculum explores production planning, logistics management, purchasing, inventory management, material handling, transportation, enterprise resource planning, and global logistics.

Course credits are recognized for credit towards the Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation. The program also provides advanced standing for candidates who seek entry into the P.Log. professional association. Students in the program will be prepared for careers in professional purchasing, international trade, and demand forecasting as well as management positions in transportation, inventory, and distribution.

The concentration in Supply Chain Management consists of 10 courses.

Students are strongly advised to consult an Advisor before choosing courses in completion of a General Management major.

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