University of Tennessee

SCM 309 – Supply Chain Analytics and Decision Making

3 credit hours

The concepts, principles, and analysis used to plan, organize, and manage supply chain elements in a global environment. A balanced view of logistics, distribution, operations and purchasing is covered along with the integration among supply chain members. Principal analytical tools and methods used in managing a global supply chain are covered including: Data Visualization, Demand Forecasting and Planning, Resource Allocation Simulations, Outsourcing Analysis, Inventory Control Models, Transportation, and Network Optimization.

  • BUAD 331 or BUAD 337 with grade of C or higher.
  • Majors in the Haslam College of Business.