The main objective of the Business Administration in Supply Chain Management and International Trade program is to train students to become successful and strategic business professionals capable of understanding and managing the demands of today’s global logistics and supply chain management processes. The main function of a logistic professional is the planning and managing warehouse, transportation and customer services directing, optimizing, and coordinating full order cycle of goods or services, from origin to final destiny. Logistics professionals are prepared as leaders for negotiating with suppliers, manufacturers, retailers, and consumers logistics and are trained to assume managerial job positions.
|Course Number||Course Title||Clock Hours||Credit hours||Pre-Requisites|
|ENG 0101||English Composition I||3||(1)|
|COM 1001||Principles of Communication||3||None|
|PHI 1010||Introduction to philosophy and Ethics||3|
|PHI 1013||Fundamentals of Logic and Critical thinking||3||None|
|PSY 1010||Fundamentals of Human Behavior||3||None|
|MAC 1105||College Mathematics||3||MAC 1105|
|ECO 1013||Principles of Macroeconomics||3||MAC 1105|
|ECO 1028||Principles of Microeconomics||3||MAC 1105|
|SYA 1100||Fundamentals of Research Methodology||3||None|
|LDR 1010||Fundamentals of Leadership||3||None|
|HUM 1105||Spirituality and The Science of Happiness||3||None|
|EGS 1041||Tecnology, Humans and Society||3||None|
|BSC 1005||General Education Biology||3||None|
|EVR 1001||Introduction to Environmental Science||3||None|
|ISM 2210||Principles of Project Management||3||None|
|MAR 2023||Fundamentals of Marketing||3||None|
|QMB 2100||Basic Business Statistics||3||None|
|ACG 2130||Financial Accounting||3||None|
|MAP 3640||Financial Math||3||MAC 1105|
|MAN 3301||HR Management||3||MAC 1105|
|MAN 3301||HR Management||3||MAC 1105|
|ACG 3071||Managerial Accounting||3||PSY 1010|
|TRA 3321||Global Supply Chain Management||3||ACG 2130|
|SCM 3001||Introduction to Transportation & Logistics||3||None|
|BUL 3461||International Trade: Rules and Regulations||3||None|
|TRA 3151||Capacity Planning||3||None|
|SCM 3221||Warehouse Operations||3||None|
|SCM 3270||Transportation and Distribution||3||TRA 3010|
|TRA 3010||Principles of Transportation||3||None|
|TRA 3011||Logistics and Supply Chain Technology||3||None|
|TRA 3013||Fundamentals of Transportation Security||3||None|
|TRA 3034||Transportation and Traffic Management||3||TRA 3010|
|MAN 4054||Strategic Innovation and New Product Development||3||MAR 3803|
|SCM 3202||Logistic Management||3||TRA 3151|
|TRA 4321||Transportation Public Policy, Law, and Regulations||3||TRA 3010|
|TRA 4721||Global Logistics||3||None|
|TRA 4156||Operations Management for Transportation||3||ENT 3025|
|BUL 4322||International Business Law||3||None|
|TRA 4420||Motor Transportation||3||None|
|TRA 4434||Marine Cargo Operations||3||None|
|TRA 4435||Port and Terminal Operation Management||3||TRA 4434|
|FIN 4633||Globalization and Tradeable Clusters||3||TRA 3321|
|AVM 4133||Aviation Logistics Management||3||AVM 4120|
The curricular experience of English Composition I pertains to the area of General Education; its nature is theoretical and practical, and it is a required course. It is designed to develop skills and competence in writing prose compositions, reading, and listening. The student will learn to compose essays and other works using various methods of development.
This course will introduce communication principles, common communication practices, and a selection of theories to better understand the communication transactions. It includes an overview of communication as a process along with basic principles and theories. Subsequent units in the course examine specific applications of human communication applied to personal and professional life. These include interpersonal communication, small group communication, decision-making, and organizational communication
This course will introduce contemporary philosophical writings, such as the nature of truth and knowledge, mind and body, freedom, and determinism, right and wrong, and the existence of God. It includes the philosophical study of morality, including the theory of right and wrong behavior, the theory of value (goodness and badness), and the theory of virtue and vice.
This course will introduce you to critical thinking, informal logic, and a small amount of formal logic. The emphasis is on learning how to think effectively. The course touches upon a wide range of reasoning skills, from verbal argument analysis to formal logic, visual and statistical reasoning, scientific methodology, and creative thinking.
This course introduces the history of behavioral psychology, common psychological behavioral problems, their evolution, and way to recondition behavior. This course introduces students to the fundamental principles of behavior analysis, like classical conditioning and operant conditioning and what it takes to establish new habits.
Topics in mathematics that every college student needs to know to process, evaluate, and understand the numerical and graphical information in our society. Applications of mathematics in problem solving, finance, probability, statistics, geometry, population growth.
An instructional program that describes the systematics study of the production, conservation, and allocation of resources in conditions of scarcity, together with the organizational frameworks related to these processes. Includes instruction in economic theory, micro- and macro- economics, comparative economic systems, money and banking systems, international economics, quantitative analytical methods, and applications to specific industries and public policy issues.
Students will be exposed to the principles that apply to the functions of individual economic decision-makers by using principles and models to describe economic situations and predict and explain outcomes with graphs, charts, and data as they explore concepts like scarcity and markets; costs, benefits, and marginal analysis; production choices and behavior; and market inefficiency and public policy.
The primary objective of this course is to develop a research orientation among the students and to acquaint them with fundamentals of research methods. Specifically, the course aims at introducing them to the basic concepts used in research and to scientific social research methods and their approach. It includes discussions on sampling techniques, research designs and techniques of analysis.
This course explores the nature and challenge of leadership in a wide variety of settings and for a wide range of purposes. It reviews classical thinking on leadership; compares analytical perspectives on leadership; defines leadership and management and explains why both are necessary and important, how they differ and how they resemble each other; sheds light on the ambiguity and confusion around leadership and tyranny; looks at successful leadership in dozens of contexts; offers a multi-stage process for understanding and planning the work of leadership.
This course provides different ways to boost satisfaction, engagement, and collaboration. Complementing the approach of increasing your emotional intelligence and your ability to connect with others is the design of strategies to increase your resilience and spiritual competence in the pursuit of your integral wellness
The course examines technology development and its impact on cultures, politics, and human life to envision appropriate use of technology for a sustainable future through global learning approaches.
Elementary general biology involving cells, organisms, genetics, evolution, ecology, and behavior.
A survey of basic chemical, biological, and physical principles of environmental science and ecology and the application of these principles to current political, scientific, and economic issues
This course develops the competencies and skills for planning and controlling projects and understanding interpersonal issues that drive successful project outcomes. Focusing on the introduction of new products and processes, it examines the project management life cycle, defining project parameters, matrix management challenges, effective project management tools and techniques, and the role of a project manager.
The fundamental management tasks some of which are decision making, supervision, strategy formulation, effective communications, organization, leadership, and ethical interactions are developed and discussed starting with the concepts of the behavioral sciences.
This course should provide an introductory overview of the comprehensive field of marketing. The concepts, terminology, methodology and structures explored in this course should provide a basis on which to build further expertise in the student’s particular field of study. Specific competencies developed in other disciplines are drawn together in this course as students critically analyze and view of the comprehensive field of marketing.
This course deals with the applications of mathematical, statistical, and research concepts to business, economics, finance, and management problems. Courses include statistical applications in business; business research; operations research; management science; and mathematical programming for research
Provides a basic understanding of the general purpose of accounting procedures and financial statements. Explores double-entry accounting methods, financial ratios, basic financial reporting and the link between figures and decisions
This course will expose student to basic inference; two-sample comparisons; correlation; introduction to matrices; simple and multiple regression (including significance tests, diagnostics, variable selection); analysis of variance; use of statistical software. Distribution theory: normal, chi-squared, beta, gamma as well as distribution theory for linear model.
Students will identify key elements of sales team’s success oriented towards driving organization’s revenue through a sales manager role whether in a business-tobusiness (B2B) or a business-to-consumer (B2C) setting. Students will explore characteristics of exceptional sales managers, and learn tools on how to effectively coach, train, and lead a highly effective sales organization
Students will get exposed to the elements of the HR function (e.g. – recruitment, selection, training, and development, etc.) and be familiar with each element’s key concepts & terminology. As well, the students will appreciate the importance of human resource management as a field of study and as a central management function
The course emphasizes the use of accounting information by managers within the organization and by shareholders, lenders, and other outside parties. Basic accounting terms and concepts, and the language of financial management are presented as well as the essentials of the accounting process.
This course provides insight into the role of Supply Chain Management in linking the functions and business entities responsible for the exchange of goods, services, and information to complete the business transaction from supplier’s supplier to customer’s customer in an international context . The course focuses on managing the flow of materials, goods, services, information and cash via the processes, technologies, and facilities that link primary supplier through to ultimate customers
This course deals with the role of logistics in the economy and the organization. Topics explored are customer service, logistics information systems, inventory management, material management and supply chain management. The objective is to explore the full scope of the transportation plant and its services as a necessary preparation to efficient use of the transportation system.
The study and interpretation of US customs regulations, classification of merchandise, application of tariff rules, duty free treatment, special classes of 96 merchandise, importing and exporting, liquidation inspection, search and seizure, fines, and penalties.
Introduction to the management of operations in manufacturing and service organizations using the framework of value chain management. The course integrates global and sustainability perspectives into the value chain and its processes
This course will enable students to understand the various functions involved in the operation of a warehouse. Key elements include: the role of warehousing in the supply chain, storage and handling techniques, performance metrics, customer service considerations, and safety concerns across various types of distribution facilities.
This course explores the role and importance of transportation in the distribution of goods. The course focuses on the infrastructure of the freight transportation system, modes of transportation, transportation regulations, and public policies. Stu-dents study carrier cost structures, operating characteristics, and policy regulations regarding each of the transportation modes.
This course deals with the role of logistics in the economy and the organization. Topics explored are customer service, logistics information systems, inventory management, materials management, and supply chain management. The objective is to explore the full scope of the transportation plant and its services as a necessary preparation to efficient use of the transportation system.
This course provides an overview of logistics and supply chain topics that include career pathways, cost effectiveness, professional communication, regulatory compliance, transportation systems, physical logistics environment, and effective product handling.
The primary focus of this course is on security in all modes of public transportation. Students will study the governmental organizations responsible for the security of people and property while being transported by air, rail, marine, or on highways, as well as the federal regulations governing security in these modes of transportation. Specific subjects discussed include the federal regulations governing all modes of transportation, the role of safety and security program managers, airport security, air carrier security, foreign and indirect air carrier security, cargo security, transportation of dangerous goods, and the role of security-oriented technology.
This course covers developments leading to national and federal regulations, division of territories, official descriptions, etc. Students will learn the scope of authority of territorial associations, factors controlling traffic flows, basic governing classification rules, principals of freight rates and tariffs, and elements of rate making.
The course deals with design and management of distribution networks in global markets. Topics cover logistics, transportation, inventory, regulatory issues, reverse logistics, within the context of supply chains. Emerging technologies are discussed.
Students will learn the transportation regulatory environment including the various levels of government regulations. Review of security, environmental requirements, regulatory research and labor laws are also covered.
International logistics concerns the flow of materials into, through and out of the international corporation as it relates to materials management, storage, inventory locations, physical distribution, and documentation. This course will emphasize international transportation infrastructure and modes such as ocean, airfreight, intermodal movement, truck, and rail. Choices among these modes will be e explored considering such factors as transit time, packaging, risks, predictability, and cost.
Logistics activities of multinational firms, international transportation systems, global sourcing, customer service, facility location, inventory management, customs issues, export-import activities, and the role of governments.
This course covers the skills necessary for a supervisory role in logistics. It includes roles and responsibilities in managing different types of operations and general managerial functions and skills. Topics include the design and management of production operations, productivity, strategy, capacity planning, location, layout, resource management, just-in-time systems, materials requirement planning and project management.
Effect of federal, state, and local law on business entities including ethical issues. The study of property rights, negotiable instruments, agency law and business entities. Subject matter applies to all business fields of study.
This is an introductory course in trucking operations and the movement of goods via highways and roadways. Students will learn US department of transportation requirements, documents for shipping, vehicle and shipment tracking, scheduling, management of human resources and equipment, just-in-time implications, and integration with other transportation modes. Hazardous materials shipments and security issues will be discussed.
This course is an introduction to the objectives and problems with break-bulk cargo handling during loading, discharging, and in-transit carriage. It presents the role of the ship in integrated transportation systems, the methods of cargo loss prevention, and the maximum cargo efficiency with relation to space, cargo gear, crew, and labor costs.
This course provides an overview of the history, growth, organization, and operation of major ports and transportation terminals, including logistics processes such as ondock rail, strategic and tactical planning, harbor drayage, terminal gate protocols, equipment and cargo management, and integration of marine port and terminal operations with other modes of transportation. It introduces the functions of the port divided along business lines, different types of marine terminals, and the dayto-day operational, financial, and labor issues of ports and terminals.
Students will be introduced to different aspects of globalization, including globalization trade, global strategy, and the understanding of clusters and how these clusters affect the dynamics of globalization form the national, regional and business perspectives.
This course is a study of system theory and its relationship to aviation/aerospace systems management. The course provides an opportunity to examine ways to optimize the physical flow of goods and materials within a firm from acquisition through production, and movement through channels of distribution. The course focuses on applying logistics theory to aviation management problems in materials handling, managing inventory, planning capacities, and locating distribution centers. Case studies with aviation/aerospace applications using computer models are included. Specific topics related to system design and support, including maintainability, availability, quality control, customer support and product improvement are covered
Full Time (per course) $ 650 USD
Semester (15 credits) $ 3,250 USD
Total Tuition Associate (60 credits) $13,000 USD
Total Tuition Bachelor (120 credits) $26,000 USD
Cesar Vallejo College reserves the right to make any changes in tuition, fees, curriculum or any phase of its program where it is the opinion of the administration that the students of Cesar Vallejo College will be benefited. Financial changes will only apply to incoming new students. Students will be informed of all changes.
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