These outcomes encompass college-level learning outcomes that are applicable to all business majors, and SCM-specific learning outcomes representing the body of knowledge and skills that the program strives to develop in SCM major students.
- Develop a solid foundation in the liberal arts.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the different functional areas in organizations.
- Demonstrate knowledge of a wide range of principles, tools, models and approaches in operations management and management sciences.
- Recognize the impact of management decisions on the different functional activities in organizations.
- Analyse and interpret business information for decision-making purposes.
- Analyse and solve structured and unstructured operations and management problems.
- Identify, evaluate and develop innovative solutions for business issues.
- Conduct research on operations and management issues in general through the collection, creation and analysis of data from a range of sources.
Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility
- Operate in diverse groups to demonstrate group dynamics and leadership skills.
- Demonstrate an understanding of basic ethical, legal and social considerations of business organizations.
- Learn independently and engage in life-long learning skills.
Communication, IT and Numeracy Skills
- Employ a range of appropriate quantitative and qualitative tools and methods for decision making.
- Communicate effectively in oral and written digital forms.