LOGI 2050 - Logi & Supply Chain Strategy
3 Class Hours
A study of the strategic and tactical decisions throughout the logistics and supply chain management processes. Topics include the supply chain concept; obtaining a competitive advantage through supply chain management; techniques to measure, improve, and manage supply chain performance; the effect of interdependent activities and firms on overall performance and behavior; inventory management approaches; trade-offs made in managing supply chain activities; the role of logistics management and its effect on supply chain performance; and safety and risk management. Prerequisite(s): This course should be taken during the last semester before graduation after all other required LOGI courses have been successfully completed or are concurrently being completed.
Semester Availability: Spring
Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
Click here for course textbook information.
Click here for Spring 2019 course scheduling information.
[Add to My Catalog]