BMG 295: Supply Chain Field Studies
In this course, students will apply their knowledge of retail and supply chain management by conducting a business analysis which integrates the concepts, principles and practices learned in prerequisite courses. Students will analyze the environment, operations, marketing, and personnel aspects of a business. They will describe the findings in a final report that demonstrates an understanding and real-world application of managing in retail and supply chain organizations. The title of this course was previously Capstone: Retail Management.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; BMG 181 and BMG 182 or BMG 206; minimum grade "C" all BMG requirements; may enroll concurrently
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