Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management in Cuba
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- Tuesday, August 29th, 9-10am in 3301B, 3M Sales Lab
- Thursday, September 7th, from 9-10am in 3301D, Boardroom
- Thursday, September 21st, 9-1 am in 3301D, Boardroom
- Thursday, September 28th, 12-1pm in 3301D, Boardroom
- Friday, October 6th, 10-11am in 3301B, 3M Sales Lab
Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management, BA 360, is a 3 unit course that provides an overview of the introductory managerial concepts and quantitative techniques associated with the design, execution, and management of production and operations systems in manufacturing and services. Global impacts on operations and the influence of political, social, legal and regulatory, environmental and technological issues will be integrated in discussion on various topics. Students in this Study Abroad program, hosted at the University of Cienfuegos, Cuba, will have firsthand opportunity to visit and analyze operations of multiple international production facilities.
All participants are required to register in the following SDSU course, offered through the College of Extended Studies (CES):
- BA 360: Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management
PROGRAM FEE, REFUND POLICY, AND FUNDING INFORMATION
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PREREQUISITES AND ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
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- Open to all approved upper division business majors or minors in the College of Business Administration. For all other students, please email Professor Gary Grudnitski, Director of Undergraduate Programs, with your name, red id and reason for choosing the program.
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0
- SDSU students cannot be on academic probation (less than 2.0 GPA) or disciplinary probation (expulsion, judicial, or suspension) at the time of application and/or at the time of course registration. The standard CES refund policy for study abroad applies if you are found to be on probation after applying to the program.
- Minimum age to participate is 18
- After applying and being accepted into the program, all participants must complete BOTH a mandatory pre-departure orientation sponsored by the College of Extended Studies (CES) as well as a program-specific orientation(s) with their faculty leader(s) prior to departure. Details about both will be sent after acceptance into the program.
This application is not yet open for summer 2018. Please add your name to the inquiry list below so we can notify when it is available.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
- Click HERE for a list of Frequently Asked Questions about College of Extended Studies (CES) study abroad programs.
- If you would like more information about the application and registration process or have general questions, please contact Amanda Chamberlain, Study Abroad Advisor, in the College of Extended Studies, Faculty-Led Study Abroad office: firstname.lastname@example.org, (619) 594-0540.