International Trade & Supply Chain Management

Why International Trade & Supply Chain Management?

Learning how to effectively manage risk and disruptions while maintaining a sustainable supply chain ecosystem is essential to keeping a business running smoothly every day and in times of crisis. Gain the skills you need to understand the complexity of supply management with the International Trade & Supply Chain Management (ITSCM) concentration. Taught by experienced faculty, this concentration combines skills and data analytics to identify improvement opportunities and evaluate end-to-end components of a supply chain.

Required Courses
BUS 5201 In-Residence: Leading in the 21st Century
MGT 5311 Leading with Integrity
QBA 5330 Business Analytics for Decision-Making
ECO 5315 Microeconomic Theory and Business Decisions
MGT 5136 Global Human Capital Leadership
ACC 5305 Financial Accounting
FIN 5260 Financial Decision Making
BL 5201 Business Law: Application & Strategy
FIN 5263 Managing for Value Creation
ACC 5320 Managerial Accounting
MKT 5310 Seminar in Marketing Strategy
MGT 5406 Global Strategy: Building and Sustaining Competitive Advantage
MGT 5307 In Residence: Global Strategy: Building and Sustaining Competitive Advantage
Credit Hours: 38
MGT 5320 Manufacturing & Service Operations
BUS 5V98 Leading a Culture of Innovation
MGT 5445 Global Supply Chain Management*
BL 5445 Global Trade Compliance*
Optional Experiential Learning**
MGT 5302 In Residence: Government, Business, and Societal Impact
Credit Hours: 12
Total Credit Hours: 50

*Taken online

**Additional Fees Apply

Master of Business Administration

Hankamer School of Business

Baylor MBA programs combine rigorous, customized classroom learning and real-world experience in equipping today's business professionals to lead with excellence, integrity, and ingenuity in the global marketplace.

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