Sustainable Economics and Supply Chains   [Archived Catalog]
2019-2020 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

ORG 7035 - Sustainable Economics and Supply Chains

Global economies are interdependent challenging businesses to operate in a competitive but sustainable manner that benefits a diverse set of stakeholders, does not exploit or harm the environment, and provides for the development of a sustainable future for the generations that follow. Critically examining existing economic systems, business operation practices, and marketing strategies, this courses enable students to envision innovative economic systems that lead to the emergence of new business strategies, financial management principles, collaborative forms of inter-organizational partnerships and alliances, and sustainable operational processes. This includes discussing new approaches to gaining and serving global markets, managing global supply chains, and reaching business goals. 3 credit(s)