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IMSE 810 - Industrial Logistics Engineering


The course provides comprehensive coverage of supply chain logistics components and system issues, including control of the movement of goods and information, coordination of supply and demand in creation and maximization of time and place utility. Emphasis is given to integrating workflow modeling, control, and design concepts and performance evaluation of logistic activities such as transportation, inventory, warehousing, and information technology. The systems viewpoint is explored at the individual firm level and from the perspective of inter-firm relationships among participants in logistics supply chains. Recognition is also given to important interrelationships between logistics and production, marketing, and financial management.

Credits: (3)

Note
Three hours rec. per week.

Requisites
Pr.: MATH 222.

When Offered
on sufficient demand


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