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APBS

Bachelor’s Degree in Supply Chain Management and Logistics

Program overview

The objective of this specialization is to equip students with advanced knowledge and know-how
with a view to mastering supply chain management, planning and optimization, as well as
developing both a strategic vision and strong operational skills for the company.

FOUNDATION COURSES

Semester 1

Semester 1

– Management principles 1
– Financial accounting 1
– Introduction to law
– Mathematics I : Analysis
– Microeconomics
– Financial mathematics
– C2I 1
– English

Semester 2

Semester 2

– Management principles 2
– Financial accounting 2
– Macroeconomics
– Mathematics 2 : Algebra
– Descriptive statistics and probablility
– Commercial corporate law
– C2I 2
– English 2

Semester 3

Semester 3

– Management fundamentals
– Management accounting
– Marketing fundamentals
– Career conferences
– Engish 3
– Entrepreneurship
– Taxation
– Inferential statistics

Semester 4

Semester 4

– Human ressources management fundamentals
– Financial diagnostic
– Production Management
– Internship Report Methodology
– English 4
– Communicatioin techniques
– Practical practice firm
– Theorical practice firm
– Introduction to business economy
– Conferences and readings

Semester 5

Semester 5

– Supply chain Management
– Quality, Hygene, Safety and Environment
– Modeling, analysis and optimization
– Statistical monitoring of processes
– Elaboration and validation of the internship report
– English 5
– Personal development 2
– Practical practice firm
– Theorical practice firm
– Lean management and quality system
– The organization of distribution in the context of the development of e-commerce

Semester 6

Semester 6

– Operations Management
– Optimization of logistics networks
– Project management
– Management control
– Tutored project
– English 6
– IT
– Practical practice firm
– Theorical practice firm
– Purchasing negotiations: techniques and relationship management
– Purchasing costs: cost analysis, complete costing approaches and “design to cost”.