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									ODU’s Maritime, Logistics and Supply Chain Management Programs

Growth in International Trade

ODU’s MARITIME INSTITUTE • Developed in 1994 through a

University/Business Community partnership in Hampton Roads to fill the region’s need for qualified business professionals with a knowledge of the maritime industry.

Maritime Institute’s Graduate Program
• Maritime, Ports and Logistics Management
concentration (MBA and MPA). • ODU is the only U.S. university with such a concentration. • Maritime, Ports and Logistics Management Certificate.

Maritime Institute’s Graduate Courses
• International Shipping and Supply Chain
Management • International Maritime Transport • International Maritime and Admiralty Law • Port Operations and Management • Port Planning and Economics • Transportation Economics

Maritime and Supply Chain Management

• The success of the Maritime Institute’s graduate program led
Old Dominion University’s College of Business and Public Administration to establish a Maritime and Supply Chain Management undergraduate major in 2006, housed in the Department of Decision Sciences and Information Technology. • ODU is the second U.S. university and the only U.S. university east of the Mississippi River to offer an undergraduate maritime business major. • The purpose of this major is to expand the Institute’s success by offering undergraduate students an in-depth study of the maritime industry and related issues.

Maritime and Supply Chain Management

• The major focuses on International Logistics
and Supply Chain Management; ocean, rail, and truck transportation carriers; customs clearance and documentation; international shipping risks and rewards; and international insurance and maritime law. • The major is comprised of five core courses.

Maritime and Supply Chain Management

• Five Core Courses:
– MSCM 370: International Shipping – MSCM 430: Strategic Sourcing and Purchasing Management – MSCM 441: Supply Chain Management and Logistics – MSCM 471: Shipping Management

– MSCM 472: Port Management

Maritime and Supply Chain Management MSCM 370: International Shipping
Course Description: – Examines international freight transportation, terms for movements of ocean and intermodal transportation cargoes. – Discusses shipping companies’ entrance into foreign markets and participation in international trade. – Discusses operational issues such as payment; commercial documents; insurance; customs and clearance; shipping organizations and societies; and shipping law.

Maritime and Supply Chain Management

MSCM 430 : Strategic Sourcing and Purchasing
Course Description: •An overview of the strategic sourcing of material and services in the organization and its role in the supply chain. Topics include: • Sourcing decisions • price/cost analysis • Quality issues • Purchasing • Supplier selection • Legal and ethical issues

Maritime and Supply Chain Management
MSCM 441: Supply Chain Management and Logistics

activities associated with the flow of materials and information from product start to customers. Examples include: – order processing – warehousing – inventory management – transportation and logistics – 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 interchange, and enterprise resource planning (ERP).

Course Description: Supply chain management integrates all

Maritime and Supply Chain Management MSCM 471: Shipping Management
The course discusses topics such as: – Shipping markets and the business cycle – Shipping operations – Shipping investment – Vessel types – Vessel Capacity – Cargoes and cargo handling – Shipping costs and freight rates – Ship chartering and purchase – Managing ships and space

Maritime and Supply Chain Management MSCM 472: Port Management
Course Description: explores port development, port organizations and administration. – Port users and decision makers and their approaches to planning, investment, traffic management and congestion. – Ports’ relationships to economic development, competition, and cooperation. – Port intermodal transportation, water and land accessibility, security, safety and pollution.

• Program Electives:
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Decision Sciences and Information Technology

DSCI 407 Management Science DSCI 432 Forecasting and Quality Management Systems DSCI 476 Simulation Modeling and Analysis Business Systems

– ECON 402 Transportation Economics

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MGMT 360 Labor Management Relations

MSCM 368 Maritime and Supply Chain Internship MSCM 430 Purchasing Management MSCM 495 Independent Study

Accounting - ACCT 311 Managerial Accounting Finance - FINC 435 International Finance
*In addition to 6 credits of free electives and 6 credits of 300-400 level business electives.*

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