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ODU's proximity to the Port of Virginia and its thriving maritime industry makes it an ideal place to study maritime and supply chain management.
The ODU Maritime Institute works with many international and local organizations to offer students internships and co-op opportunities
Examines strategic, tactical and operational issues in the planning and control of manufacturing and service delivery systems. This course examines such topics as process design, capacity and materials planning and control, inventory management, facility layout, quality and work management. Prerequisites: BNAL 206 or STAT 130M; AND a declared major in the University or an intended major in the Strome College of Business or permission of the Dean
The course examines international freight transportation and terms for movement of international trade. It discusses processes and concepts involved in international ocean and intermodal transportation. It shows how shipping companies enter into foreign markets and participate in international trade. It also covers operational issues such as payment, commercial documents, insurance; customs and clearance; shipping organizations and societies, and shipping law. Prerequisite: junior standing or permission of the instructor.
Supply chain management integrates all activities associated with the flow of materials and information from product start to customers. Examples include order processing, warehousing, inventory management, transportation and logistics, and the costs and information systems supporting these activities. Particular application is made to global logistics systems supporting port and maritime activities. Supply chain relationships can be improved through effective integration of management and via such technologies as the World Wide Web, electronic data exchange, and enterprise resource planning |ERP). |cross-listed with BNAL 441) Prerequisites: OPMT 303, and a declared major in the University or permission of the Dean
Students entering the Minor program in Maritime & Supply Chain Management should meet the minimum university admission requirements (Undergraduate Admission)
A minor in maritime and supply chain management requires the completion of 12 hours of 300- and/or 400-level maritime and supply chain management courses. All courses selected must be preceded by applicable prerequisites.
Estimated rates for the 2021-22 academic year. Rates are subject to change. Anyone that is not a current Virginia resident will be charged non-resident rates. That includes international students.
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