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Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management

The Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management option is a specialized joint exchange program between the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration (also known as the Sauder School of Business), Copenhagen Business School, and Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen. Option core course requirements are unique to each partner institution and the program is cohort based. Thus, option core course requirements must be completed as scheduled by and at the partner institutions. Students will spend the first term of third year at Copenhagen Business School, the second term at Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen, and first term of their fourth year at the Sauder School of Business. Students interested in this option must submit an application to the Undergraduate Office and must complete the prerequisite of COMM 204 or COMM 399 prior to starting the option.

For information on the application process, visit the program website.

Third Year

Third year of this option requires that students complete:

  • COMM 3421,3, 3431,3, 3442,3, 3452,3

Fourth Year

Fourth year of this option requires that students complete:

  • COMM 414, 415

Students are encouraged to take COMM 446.

1To be completed on exchange at Copenhagen Business School.

2To be completed on exchange at Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen.

3Must be completed successfully while on exchange at partner institutions. In the case of one failed option core course requirement at the exchange institutions, a faculty advisor may approve an appropriate substitute in consultation with the Division Chair of Operations and Logistics. Two or more failed option core course requirements at the exchange institutions will result in required withdrawal from the option.

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