SCMG301 Supply Chain Risk Management (3 semester hours)
This course is a study of the implementation of strategies to manage every day and exceptional risks along the supply chain through continuous risk assessment with the objective of reducing vulnerability and ensuring continuity. Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) can be viewed as the intersection of supply chain management and risk management. Topics include: risk concepts, risk management strategies, key components of SCRM including risk resilience, risk appetite, risk response planning, risk compliance and risk governance.
SCMT301 Foundations of U.S. Government Security (3 semester hours)
This course offers the student an overview of many of the primary laws and policies, which drive the U.S. Government’s security apparatus. There is a vast array of policy covering security topics, which are promulgated throughout numerous U.S. Government agencies. Topics will include the U.S. Constitution, Executive Orders, Presidential Decision Directives, and the National Industrial Program Security Operating Manual. The student will gain an appreciation for the complexities involved in securing U.S. Government sponsored facilities, personnel and information.