Supply Chain Pathway (7.5)

This pathway is designed to teach students the foundation of operations, logistics and purchasing – widely considered to be the three components of effectively managing a supply chain. Coursework will include attention to cross-functional and cross-firm approaches to managing a global supply chain, including important skills such as analytical approaches to contracting, careful attention to decision making under uncertainty, and the management and improvement of processes. This pathway will provide a good foundation for anyone who wants to work in any of the supply chain domains, including taking on a role as a supply chain consultant.

Pathway Required Courses:

BUSML 7380: Strategic Logistics Management (1.5)

BUSOBA 7233: Global Sourcing (3)

BUSML 7383: Supply Chain Management (1.5)

BUSOBA 7232: Matching Supply and Demand (1.5)

Optional Relevant Courses:

BUSML 7381: Logistics Decision Making (1.5)

BUSML 7382: Logistics Analytics (1.5)

BUSML 7386: Logistics Technology & Application (1.5)

BUSOBA 7241: Lean Enterprise and Leadership (1.5)

BUSOBA 7251: Product and Process Innovation (1.5)

What is an optional pathway?

Fisher's optional pathways are a group of classes designed to provide competence in a particular area or field. The pathways listed are only a small example of the options available through an extensive list of electives. With guidance from your coaches, you can access elective courses at Fisher and across more than 100 graduate programs at Ohio State. Contact us today to discuss how we can personalize your curriculum to your career goals.