Course Descriptions 2018-2019 by Santa Monica Community College

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178 santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 managerial negotiation a feature central to labor-management relations is a common everyday activity that most people use to influence others and to achieve personal objectives this course integrates theoretical research from the field of social psychology the literature on collective bargaining from the arena of labor relations and the “how to do it” writings of popular works on negotiations and applies them to managerial negotiation of particular interest are the areas of persuasion and attitude change power conflict management and justice in organizations a variety of experientially-based role plays simulations questionnaires and cases are adopted to highlight key aspects of the negotiation process course descriptions bus 80 principles of logistics 3 units supplier sourcing and qualification outsourcing and makeor-buy analysis students will learn the various steps of the order process from the generation of the purchase requisition through receiving students will also learn to maintain effective purchasing records manage budgets and explore career opportunities in the supply chain industry bus 88a independent studies in business bus 88b independent studies in business bus 88c independent studies in business bus 81 transportation management bus 90c business internship bus 90a business internship bus 90b business internship transfer csu please see “internships” section 3 units transfer csu • prerequisite none introduces concepts and techniques related to the design planning control and improvement of manufacturing and service operations the course examines operations and the coordination of product development process management and supply chain management students are exposed to topics in the areas of process analysis materials management production scheduling quality management and product design bus 84 introduction to procurement 3 units transfer csu • prerequisite none this course introduces students to the fundamentals of procurement students will learn how to improve a company’s profitability through key concepts such as negotiation 2 units transfer csu please see “internships” section bus 82 supply chain management bus 83 operations management 1 unit transfer csu please see “internships” section transfer csu please see “internships” section transfer csu • prerequisite none this course is an overview of the entire supply chain and its key elements students are exposed to concepts models and terminology used in demand planning inventory planning material planning distribution planning fulfillment planning and related components of a supply chain are examined 3 units transfer csu please see “independent studies” section transfer csu • prerequisite none the class provides an overview of the alternative modes systems rates services and regulations in global transportation transportation systems and providers will be examined including ocean air and surface carriers as well as intermodal and special carriers 3 units 2 units transfer csu please see “independent studies” section transfer csu • prerequisite none this course provides an overview of how firms use distribution intermediaries to gain a competitive advantage in local and global markets through the integration of logistics and supply chain management the management of the physical flow of products and information throughout the entire supply chain is examined including physical distribution transportation warehousing customer service materials management third-party and global logistics systems planning and operations and management of the supply chain 3 units 1 unit transfer csu please see “independent studies” section bus 91a marketing internship 3 units 1 unit transfer csu please see “internships” section bus 91b marketing internship bus 95 international business internships 2 units 2 units transfer csu please see “internships” section business – noncredit bus 901 introduction to business basic 0 units this course provides an overview of the business environment the experience in this course will enable you to develop a better understanding of what business is all about how a business operates and which business functions are needed in any business enterprise the topics include management accounting/finance production distribution research and development regulations and labor bus 902 introduction to business mindset 0 units in order to succeed in business individuals need to have the right mindset this course provides an overview of the entrepreneurial mindset that individuals often acquire in order to succeed in business and can apply to other aspects of their lives topics include inside the mindset mindset and leadership and changing mindsets.