BMG 227: Purchasing and Supply Management
In this course, students are provided with an overall view of modern purchasing theory and the issues related to strategic and operational purchasing and supply management. Introduced are a number of important theories, terminology and methods for purchasing. Students will learn to identify, analyze, and plan the purchasing work from original planning through delivery of finished products: purchasing, inventory control, receiving, stores, productions control, traffic, and materials handling. Students will practice their skills in a number of purchasing-oriented activities.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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