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Supply Chain Management Processes

Supply Chain Management Processes
  • Code: BUS4TF104
  • Extent: 6 (156h)
  • Timing: Semester 6
  • Language: English
  • Level: professional studies
  • Type: optional

 

Starting level and linkage with other courses

Prerequisite : SYS4TF170  (Enterprise resource planning 1)

 

Learning objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, students will have good level of knowledge with following subjects:

  • business view of supply chain management 
  • how ERP systems support supply chain management and process development
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV ERP system logistics functionality

Course contents

  • supply chain management / logistics processes in business
  • SCM/ logistics processes with Microsoft Dynamics Nav ERP system 

 

Accreditation of prior learning (APL)

To get a passing (P) grade and exemption from the course, student must display and demonstrate the competence by certificates from earlier studies or work experience covering the course objectives and contents. It is possible to participate in the competence demonstration only once before taking the course.

 

Teaching and learning methods

lectures, assignments, Microsoft Dynamics NAV ERP system exercises

Teacher responsible

Jarmo Harmonen, Pasila Campus

 

Course materials

  • Cecil Bozarth & Robert B. Handfield (2008): Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV: Trade

Assessment criteria

  • The course is evaluated on a scale from 1 to 5. The assessment criteria is presented on a three scale procedure.

Grade 5 (90%)

Student has excellent knowledge of Supply Chain Management basic concepts and logistics processes in Microsoft Dynamics Nav.

 

 

Grade 3 (70%)

Student has good knowledge of Supply Chain Management basic concepts and logistics processes in Microsoft Dynamics Nav.

 

 

Grade 1 (50%)

Student has sufficient knowledge of Supply Chain Management basic concepts and logistics processes in Microsoft Dynamics Nav.

 

Assessment components and their respective weights

Assignments and system exercises 40 %
Final examination 60 %