CCC-501                                                                                                              Rev. ...
CCC-501: APPROVAL–NEW CREDIT PROGRAM                                                                                 Rev. ...
Statement of Program Goals and Objectives
    The Goal for the Business education department is to:
       a) Provide the ...
Students who do not already possess an associate in arts or bachelor degree from a regionally
accredited college or univer...
SMC: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
                                                   Certificate of Achievement
               ...
4. Background and Rationale

  The Business program at Coastline Community College is highly recognized by Orange County
 ...
7. Similar programs at Other Colleges in Service Area
  There are no colleges offering this program in our service area.

...
9. Employer Survey
  Question #1: How many members are in your organization?
    a. 50-100
    b. 100-200
    c. 200-300
 ...
Question # 7
   How many job openings will be available within the next 5 years?
     a. 1-25 openings a year
     b. 26-5...
14. Transfer Applicability
   The Supply Chain Management Program courses are transferrable to institutions of higher
   l...
Attachment: (12) Labor/Job Market Data


    Supply Chain Management/Business Jobs in California and Orange County
       ...
Attachment: (12) Employer Survey

List of Companies Contacted for the Survey:
   • Costco
   • Home Depot
   • Unified Gro...
Question # 5
How beneficial do you feel it would be for graduating Supply Chain students to have a college
Certificate of ...
Attachment: (12) Minutes of Key Meeting

                              Coastline Community College
                       ...
Rick explained that the entire program’s curriculum was under review and courses would be updated
for content, relativity,...
Attachment: (13) Display of Proposed Sequence




Supply Chain Management

Certificate of Achievement

The Supply Chain Ma...
Attachment: (14) Transfer Documentation


Transfer of Record for Required Courses

10/19/2009 www.assist.org Page 1
CSU Ba...
Attachment: (14) Outlines for Required Courses
COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD
                                  COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE



                                ...
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: (Course-level outcomes are required; lesson/unit-level outcomes are
optional.)
       Course-Le...
16.   CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: (Instructor-initiated learning strategies and activities)
      This course may be taught usi...
20.    RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK(S):

       Principles of Supply Chain Management – Wisner, Tan, Leong
       Copyright 2009, ...
COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD
                                  COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE



                                ...
14.   STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: (Course-level outcomes are required; lesson/unit-level outcomes
      are optional.)
    ...
IV.    Planning and controlling the Supply Chain
             a. Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
             b. Dema...
19.    ASSESSMENT METHODS: (Measurements of learning outcomes. If rubrics have been developed for
       scoring the robus...
27. Coastline Community College is dedicated to assuring that all students who warn an
      A.A. Degree will have mastere...
COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD
                                  COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE



                                ...
14.       STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: (Course-level outcomes are required; lesson/unit-level outcomes
          are optiona...
IX.   Strategic Sourcing Processes
               a. Strategic Cost Management
               b. Purchasing and Supply Cha...
19.    ASSESSMENT METHODS: (Measurements of learning outcomes. If rubrics have been developed for
       scoring the robus...
CIP CODE:                 DIVISION#: 303             DEPARTMENT#: BUS

30. Coastline Community College is dedicated to ass...
COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD
                                  COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE



                                ...
14.         STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: (Course-level outcomes are required; lesson/unit-level outcomes
            are opt...
III.      Supply Chain Logistics Design
                    a. Global Supply Chains
                    b. Network Design
...
19.    ASSESSMENT METHODS: (Measurements of learning outcomes. If rubrics have been developed for
       scoring the robus...
33. Coastline Community College is dedicated to assuring that all students who warn an
      A.A. Degree will have mastere...
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  1. 1. CCC-501 Rev. Oct. 2007 4 Application Date California Community Colleges APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL—NEW CREDIT PROGRAM Supply Chain Management Dr. Joumana McGowan PROPOSED PROGRAM TITLE CONTACT PERSON Coastline Community College Dean of Career and Technical Education COLLEGE TITLE Coast Community College District 714-241-6209 Ext: 17301 DISTRICT PHONE NUMBER Fall 2010 JMcGowan@Coastline.edu PROJECTED PROGRAM START DATE E-MAIL ADDRESS GOAL(S) OF PROGRAM (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY):  CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)  TRANSFER  OTHER TYPE OF PROGRAM (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY):  A.A. DEGREE  A.S. DEGREE CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT:  18+ semester (or 27+ quarter) units  12-18 semester (or 18-27 quarter) units PLANNING SUMMARY Recommended T.O.P. Code 0510.00 Estimated FTE Faculty Workload 1.5 Units for Degree Major or Area of 21 Number of New Faculty Positions 0 Emphasis Total Units for Degree 60 Est. Cost, New Equipment $0 Required Units-Certificate 21 Cost of New/Remodeled Facility $0 Projected Annual Completers 25 Est. Cost, Library Acquisitions $0 Projected Net Annual Labor Demand 150 When will this program undergo Month/Semester _Spring_ (CTE) review as part of college’s Year_2012__ Program Evaluation Plan? DEVELOPMENT CRITERIA NARRATIVE & DOCUMENTATION Attach a document that describes the development of the proposed program, addressing the five criteria as listed below. Number the sections of the narrative to match the lists below. If appropriate, you may note that a section is “not applicable” but do not re-number the sections. Provide documentation in the form of attachments as indicated. Criteria A. Appropriateness to Mission Criteria C. Curriculum Standards 1. Statement of Program Goals and Objectives 13. Display of Proposed Sequence 2. Catalog Description 14. Transfer Applicability (if applicable) 3. Program Requirements Attachment: Outlines of Record for Required Courses 4. Background and Rationale Attachment: Transfer Documentation (if applicable) Criteria B. Need Criteria D. Adequate Resources 5. Enrollment and Completer Projections 15. Library and/or Learning Resources Plan 6. Place of Program in Curriculum/Similar Programs 16. Facilities and Equipment Plan 7. Similar Programs at Other Colleges in Service Area 17. Financial Support Plan 8. Labor Market Information & Analysis (CTE only) 18. Faculty Qualifications and Availability 9. Employer Survey (CTE only) 10. Explanation of Employer Relationship (CTE only) Criteria E. Compliance 11. List of Members of Advisory Committee 19. Based on model curriculum (if applicable) 12. Recommendations of Advisory Committee 20. Licensing or Accreditation Standards Attachment: Labor / Job Market Data (CTE only) 21. Student Selection and Fees Attachment: Employer Survey (CTE only) Attachment: Minutes of Key Meetings SUBMIT ORIGINAL AND TWO COPIES OF THIS FORM AND ALL ATTACHMENTS
  2. 2. CCC-501: APPROVAL–NEW CREDIT PROGRAM Rev. Oct. 2007 REQUIRED SIGNATURES Program Supply Chain Management College Coastline Community College LIBRARY AND LEARNING RESOURCES Library and learning resources needed to fulfill the objectives of the program are currently available or are adequately budgeted for. Cheryl Stewart DATE SIGNATURE, CHIEF LIBRARIAN/LEARNING RESOURCES MANAGER TYPED OR PRINTED NAME CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION ONLY: Program fulfills the requirements of employers in the occupation, provides students with appropriate occupational competencies, and meets any relevant professional or licensing standards. Dr. Joumana McGowan DATE SIGNATURE, ADMINISTRATOR OF CTE TYPED OR PRINTED NAME Dr. Joumana McGowan DATE SIGNATURE, CHAIR, CTE ADVISORY COMMITTEE TYPED OR PRINTED NAME Program was recommended for approval by Regional Occupational Consortium on (date). Dr. Lyla Eddington DATE SIGNATURE, CHAIR, REGIONAL CONSORTIUM TYPED OR PRINTED NAME LOCAL CURRICULUM APPROVAL Program and courses within the program have been approved by the curriculum committee and instructional administration, and satisfy all applicable requirements of Title 5 regulations. Marilyn Fry DATE SIGNATURE, CHAIR, CURRICULUM COMMITTEE TYPED OR PRINTED NAME Nancy Soto-Jenkins DATE SIGNATURE, ARTICULATION OFFICER TYPED OR PRINTED NAME Dr. Cheryl Babler DATE SIGNATURE, CHIEF INSTRUCTIONAL OFFICER TYPED OR PRINTED NAME Nancy Jones DATE SIGNATURE, PRESIDENT, ACADEMIC SENATE TYPED OR PRINTED NAME COLLEGE PRESIDENT All provisions of Title 5, Chapter 6 have been considered. The college is prepared to support establishment and maintenance of the proposed instructional program. Dr. Ding-Jo H. Currie DATE SIGNATURE, PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE TYPED OR PRINTED NAME DISTRICT APPROVAL On , the governing board of the Coast Community College District approved the instructional program attached to this application. Dr. Ding-Jo H. Currie DATE SIGNATURE, SUPERINTENDENT/CHANCELLOR OF DISTRICT TYPED OR PRINTED NAME SUBMIT ORIGINAL AND TWO COPIES OF THIS FORM AND ALL ATTACHMENTS
  3. 3. Statement of Program Goals and Objectives The Goal for the Business education department is to: a) Provide the appropriate course material and knowledge for a student to be prepared for an entry level management position in a business organization. b) Enable students to become proficient in the tools necessary for a successful business career. c) Provide the necessary course material and information for a student to understand business organization and processes, legal requirements, and interpersonal relations required to be an effective leader. d) Offer courses that are designed as transferrable so students are prepared for a B.A. program at a 4-year institution. Objectives: a) Provide appropriate classes including: 1. Business Organization 2. Business Management 3. Human Resources 4. Principles of Supply Chain Management 5. Supply Chain Operations 6. Purchasing and Procurement 7. Supply Chain Logistics Management 8. Introduction to Business 9. Marketing 10. Accounting 11. Information Systems 2. Catalog Description The Supply Chain Management Certificate will prepare individuals with an understanding of business practices and provide the opportunity to select specific courses to meet their professional or personal career goals. This certificate will provide professionals with knowledge and skills to work in purchasing, operations, and logistics in a variety of businesses. 3. Program Requirements Supply Chain Management Associate Degree Supply Chain Management offers 60 units that prepare students with the skills necessary for employment as a Procurement or Operations Clerk. To be eligible for an Associate in Arts degree in Process Technology, students must have 1-completed the prescribed courses listed with an overall grade point average of 2.0 or better, 2-passed each class listed in the prescribed course of study with a grade of “C” or better, 3-met any individually prescribed behavior or remediation-related requirements.
  4. 4. Students who do not already possess an associate in arts or bachelor degree from a regionally accredited college or university must complete an A.A. degree (60 units) as specified below. Supply Chain Management studies course work taken at other institutions, if approved by the Supply Chain studies department, can be applied in partial fulfillment of these requirements. Upon completion of this program, students will be awarded an associate in arts degree and a certificate of achievement in Supply Chain Management. REQUIRED SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT COURSES REQUIRED COURSES Units MS C100 Organization and Management 3.0 MS C102 Human Relations 3.0 MS C104 Human Resource Management 3.0 SM C101 Principles of Supply Chain Management 3.0 SM C102 Supply Chain Operations 3.0 Subtotal........................................................................................... 15.0 Choose 6.0 units from the following: ACCTC100 Introduction to Accounting 3.0 BUS C007 Business Mathematics 3.0 BUS C100 Introduction to Business 3.0 BUS C150 Introduction to Marketing 3.0 BUS C222 Small Business Operation and Management 3.0 BUS C281-284 Work Based Learning 1.0-4.0 Work Based Learning .. . call 714-241-6209 BC C112 Office Organization 3.0 CIS C100 Introduction to Information Systems 3.0 MS C101 Management / Employee Communication 3.0 SM C104 Purchasing and Procurement 3.0 SM C204 Supply Chain Logistics Management 3.0 Total elective course units....................................................... 6.0 Supply Chain Management Subtotal ……….…................ 21.0 GENERAL EDUCATION, Supply Chain Management Program students are required to complete at least 18 units in courses numbered 100-299 listed in Groups A to E. Students can meet the general education requirements under Option I, II or III A.A. degree academic plans. It is recommended that the student meet with a Coastline counselor to develop his/her academic plan. General Education Subtotal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.0 TOTAL UNITS for A.A. program electives . . . . . 21.0
  5. 5. SMC: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Certificate of Achievement SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT The courses offered to obtain this certificate will give the students the basic skills needed to obtain a position as a Procurement or Operations Clerk within a variety of logistics organizations. Supply Chain Management involves every aspect of purchasing, transportation, storage and distribution of goods from manufacturers to consumers. REQUIRED SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT COURSES REQUIRED COURSES Units MS C100 Organization and Management 3.0 MS C102 Human Relations 3.0 MS C104 Human Resource Management 3.0 SM C101 Principles of Supply Chain Management 3.0 SM C102 Supply Chain Operations 3.0 Subtotal...................................................................................... 15.0 Choose 6.0 units from the following: ACCTC100 Introduction to Accounting 3.0 BUS C007 Business Mathematics 3.0 BUS C100 Introduction to Business 3.0 BUS C150 Introduction to Marketing 3.0 BUS C222 Small Business Operation and Management 3.0 BUS C281-284 Work Based Learning 1.0-4.0 BC C112 Office Organization 3.0 CIS C100 Introduction to Information Systems 3.0 MS C101 Management / Employee Communication 3.0 SM C104 Purchasing and Procurement 3.0 SM C204 Supply Chain Logistics Management 3.0 Total elective course units.................................................. 6.0 Total certificate units (Core + Concentration) ............ 21.0
  6. 6. 4. Background and Rationale The Business program at Coastline Community College is highly recognized by Orange County businesses and the general public for providing an exceptional, high quality education in business skills, practices, and management. Courses are taught by experienced educators with extensive professional business backgrounds. Each instructor teaches classes in which the material and their professional experience are closely related. Students are instructed in theoretical business concepts as well as given an understanding of its application in the real world. Local employers seek and readily hire students from the Coastline program. Students have reported that the Coastline Certificate program has resulted in new opportunities becoming available to them and has provided the knowledge and confidence to be successful in current positions. 5. Enrollment and Completer Projections Projecting enrollment is difficult as student enrollment in business courses is closely tied to the local economy. When business activity is brisk, the demand for business education is strong and program participation is high. In weaker economic periods, demand and attendance is low. This is consistent with other vocational programs offered by the college. As the economy improves and business activity increases, the number of students seeking advanced business training is expected to rise. 1. Most students complete courses required to secure an entry level position. 2. As their careers advance, they will complete the certificate, focusing on the classes that are closely related to their area of expertise and/or areas of advancement opportunity. 3. Current Projection: 20-30 students will complete a certificate annually. 6. Place of Program in Curriculum The goal of the Supply Chain Management program is intended to give students who have an interest in pursuing an AA degree in Supply Chain Management the knowledge to work in the field and prepare them for the technical skills needed to work in purchasing, transportation, warehouse, and distribution organizations. This certificate and program have no relation to other programs at Coastline College or within our district. a. Supply Chain Management is listed under ‘Vocational Education’ b. Enrollment must be a minimum of twenty (20) students. Classes may continue with lower enrollment at the discretion of the Dean of Vocational Education. Most courses offered are successfully filled each semester with few being cancelled for lack of enrollment.
  7. 7. 7. Similar programs at Other Colleges in Service Area There are no colleges offering this program in our service area. 8. Labor Market Information and Analysis (CTE only) There is always a need for highly skilled and motivated business professionals. The current economic downturn has softened the labor market and employers have become more selective. This heightens the importance of providing an exceptional, high quality education in business skills and practices. As economic activity improves, two things will cause an increase in students seeking advanced business training. The first is business expansion and the corresponding need for additional staff. The second, will be the need to replace workers leaving the workforce as a result of discontinuing delayed retirement and the large number of ‘baby boomers’ reaching retirement age. The following information is based on the occupational projections published by the California Employment Development Department (CA EDD): Supply Chain Management/Business Jobs in California and Orange County CA EDD (Projected Openings: 2006 - 2016) Annual Annual Openings/CA Openings/OC Supervisor/Management: General and Operations Manager 6630 691 First-Line Supervisor/ Manager 5160 558 Business Operations Specialists 627 519 Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Manager 390 45 (est) Purchasing Manager 340 39 Staff: Customer Service Representative 11160 1407 Office Clerk 13830 1168 Shipping, Receiving and Traffic Clerks 3650 408 Logisticians 360 25 Procurement Clerk 150 18 Operations Research 120 60
  8. 8. 9. Employer Survey Question #1: How many members are in your organization? a. 50-100 b. 100-200 c. 200-300 d. Over 400 Question #2: If your organization was recruiting to fill possible positions and/or accept interns into your program and they had previously completed a college level Supply Chain Management certificate and or AA degree, would your union organization this as: a. Not Significant b. Helpful c. Extremely Beneficial Question # 3 Are the members of your organization at your company required to have supply chain/logistics skills? a. Yes b. No Question # 4 If you were hiring for a supply chain position, how important would it be for that person to have process supply chain skills and experience? a. Very Helpful b. Helpful c. Not Helpful Question # 5 How beneficial do you feel it would be for graduating Supply Chain students to have a college Certificate of Achievement or AA degree in Supply Chain Management? a. Very Helpful b. Helpful c. Not Helpful Question # 6 As a trusted advisory member what level of support would you give this new proposal to offer a Certificate of Achievement and an AA degree in Supply Chain Management? a. Very Helpful b. Helpful c. Not Helpful
  9. 9. Question # 7 How many job openings will be available within the next 5 years? a. 1-25 openings a year b. 26-50 openings a year c. 51-75 openings a year d. 76-100 openings a year 10. Explanation of Employer Relationship Coastline Community College has a strong relationship with its Advisory Committee and its reputation with local employers, who readily hire students from the Coastline program. Committee members represent major organizations in the area including Costco, Home Depot, Unified Grocers, Sure Fire LLC, and Embassy Suites Hotel. We have collaborated with them in the development of this program through the development of curriculum and internships. Coastline’s worldwide reach thru the online modality is extremely attractive to global employers. 11. List of Members of Advisory Committee Dr. Joumana McGowan, Dean, Career and Technology, Coastline Community College Joycelyn Groot, Dean, Military Education, Coastline Community College Betty Kinney, Buyer, Costco Wholesale Dominic Acolino, General Manager, Embassy Suites Anaheim-South Joyce Larson, Director, Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Kathy Ralston, Director of Store Systems, Smart & Final Mark Allison, Executive Director, Warehousing and Transportation, Unified Grocers Misty Williams, Administrative Assistant, Costco Wholesale Rick Lockwood, Faculty-Coastline Community College Sheryl Greenberg, Director, Human Resources, Sure Fire LLC 12. Recommendations of Advisory Committee Attached 13. Display of Proposed Sequence Attached
  10. 10. 14. Transfer Applicability The Supply Chain Management Program courses are transferrable to institutions of higher learning including colleges in the California State University system. For distance learning students outside of California, these courses would transfer to 4-year institutions such as the University of Maryland, Thomas Edison College, and others that cater to online, distance learning students. 15. Library and/or Learning Resources Plan The Supply Chain Management program will require no new investment in library or learning resources. 16. Facilities and Equipment Plan The Supply Chain Management program will require no new investment in facilities and equipment. 17. Financial Support Plan The Supply Chain Management program will require no new funding. 18. Faculty Qualifications and Availability The Supply Chain Management program will be staffed and managed by faculty who meet or exceed the State minimum qualifications. Some of the specialized classes will be instructed by part-time faculty who are ‘working’ professionals that meet the State standards for instructors. 19. Based on Model Curriculum There is currently no model curriculum for this program. 20. Licensing or Accreditation Standards Not applicable. 21. Student Selection and Fees The program is open to all students according to the provisions of the Coast Community College District.
  11. 11. Attachment: (12) Labor/Job Market Data Supply Chain Management/Business Jobs in California and Orange County CA EDD (Projected Openings: 2006 - 2016) Annual Annual Openings/CA Openings/OC Supervisor/Management: General and Operations Manager 6630 691 First-Line Supervisor/ Manager 5160 558 Business Operations Specialists 627 519 Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Manager 390 45 (est) Purchasing Manager 340 39 Staff: Customer Service Representative 11160 1407 Office Clerk 13830 1168 Shipping, Receiving and Traffic Clerks 3650 408 Logisticians 360 25 Procurement Clerk 150 18 Operations Research 120 60
  12. 12. Attachment: (12) Employer Survey List of Companies Contacted for the Survey: • Costco • Home Depot • Unified Grocers • Smart and Final • SureFire LLC Survey Results: Question #1: How many members are in your organization? a. 50-100 (0 %) b. 100-200 (20%) c. 200-300 (0 %) d. Over 400 (80%) Question #2: If your organization was recruiting to fill possible positions and/or accept interns into your program and they had previously completed a college level Supply Chain Management certificate and or AA degree, would your union organization this as: a. Not Significant (0 %) b. Helpful (40%) c. Extremely Beneficial (60%) Question # 3 Are the members of your organization at your company required to have supply chain/logistics skills? a. Yes (80%) b. No (20%) Question # 4 If you were hiring for a supply chain position, how important would it be for that person to have process supply chain skills and experience? a. Very Helpful (60%) b. Helpful (40%) c. Not Helpful (0 %)
  13. 13. Question # 5 How beneficial do you feel it would be for graduating Supply Chain students to have a college Certificate of Achievement or AA degree in Supply Chain Management? a. Very Helpful (60%) b. Helpful (40%) c. Not Helpful (0 %) Question # 6 As a trusted advisory member what level of support would you give this new proposal to offer a Certificate of Achievement and an AA degree in Supply Chain Management? a. Very Helpful (80%) b. Helpful (20%) c. Not Helpful (0 %) Question # 7 How many job openings will be available within the next 5 years? a. 1-25 openings a year (60%) b. 26-50 openings a year (20%) c. 51-75 openings a year (20%) d. 76-100 openings a year (0 %)
  14. 14. Attachment: (12) Minutes of Key Meeting Coastline Community College Supply Chain Management Program Advisory Meeting July 28, 2009 In attendance (Teleconference): Present Name Present Name Dominic Acolino X Joyce Larson X Mark Allison X Rick Lockwood X Sheryl Greenberg X Joumana McGowan X Joycelyn Groot Kathy Ralston X Betty Kinney Misty Williams Purpose of Meeting To review the new and existing programs offered by Coastline Community College and determine need and breadth of the Supervision with Concentration in Supply Management Certificate program. Joycelyn Groot thanked everyone for taking time out of their busy schedules to attend the conference call. Dean Joumana McGowan introduced the Coastline team. Overview of the Program Joycelyn explained that the program as listed in the 2008/2009 catalog is a Certificate of Achievement in Supervision, with a concentration in Supply Management. She explained that although the Supervision Certificate is an approved program at Coastline, the Supply concentration would be undergoing a revision and input was being sought in the development of a Certificate of Achievement for Supply Supervision and Management. Program and Curriculum Review Professor Lockwood, new to the college as its department chair of Business programs, explained that many programs at Coastline are under review and welcomed feedback from the committee members. Joyce Larson felt the program’s core requirements were weak for supply management and inquired as to why the other Supply courses listed in Coastline’s catalog were not offered as required and/or elective courses for the concentration. She also inquired about purchasing courses.
  15. 15. Rick explained that the entire program’s curriculum was under review and courses would be updated for content, relativity, and outcomes. Joycelyn asked the representatives about the need for the Certificate to be applicable to the AA Degree. All representatives explained that many students may only receive tuition assistance funding if the program they are enrolled in leads to an AA degree. Joycelyn also explained that an AA is also a requirement for inclusion in distance learning programs in which Coastline participates. Rick noted that the program would be submitted for approval as a certificate applicable as a major toward an AA degree. Title of the Program Since the program was to be developed as its own certificate, Joumana sought input as to what the Title of the Certificate should be. Joyce pointed out that under the old Coastline degree programs; this program was approved as Distribution Operations Management. It was agreed unanimously that this was not the preferred name for the new program. Sheryl suggested Supply Chain Management, if the intent was to “beef up” the core requirements to include management and supply courses. Everyone agreed. Need Joycelyn inquired as to the probability of the Supply Chain Management being accepted by employers as preparation for positions in supply chain/logistics. SureFire LLC, a locally based light manufacturing company, is a partner with Coastline as Coastline provides specialized training services for their employees and the company is interested in hiring graduates with supply/logistics and purchasing experience.
  16. 16. Attachment: (13) Display of Proposed Sequence Supply Chain Management Certificate of Achievement The Supply Chain Management Certificate consists of classes that will prepare an individual to have an understanding of sound supervisory skills to help them succeed in their professional and personal business goals. REQUIRED COURSES Units MS C100 Organization and Management 3.0 MS C102 Human Relations 3.0 MS C104 Human Resource Management 3.0 SM C101 Principles of Supply Chain Management 3.0 SM C102 Supply Chain Operations 3.0 Subtotal...................................................................................... 15.0 Choose 6.0 units from the following: ACCTC100 Introduction to Accounting 3.0 BUS C007 Business Mathematics 3.0 BUS C100 Introduction to Business 3.0 BUS C150 Introduction to Marketing 3.0 BUS C222 Small Business Operation and Management 3.0 BUS C281-284 Work Based Learning 1.0-4.0 BC C112 Office Organization 3.0 CIS C100 Introduction to Information Systems 3.0 MS C101 Management / Employee Communication 3.0 SM C104 Purchasing and Procurement 3.0 SM C204 Supply Chain Logistics Management 3.0 Total elective course units.................................................. 6.0 Total certificate units (Core + Concentration) ............ 21.0
  17. 17. Attachment: (14) Transfer Documentation Transfer of Record for Required Courses 10/19/2009 www.assist.org Page 1 CSU Baccalaureate Level Course List by Department Coastline Community College 09-10 Semester Course Title Units ==== Supply Management ==== S M C101 Purchasing and Materials Management 1 3 S M C102 Purchasing and Materials Management 2 3 S M C104 Cost/Price Analysis 3 S M C203 Legal Aspects of Purchasing 3 S M C204 Purchasing Case Studies 3 S M C205 Purchasing Negotiation Techniques 3 S M C207 Materials Management 3 3 S M C210 International Purchasing 1.5 S M C281 Cooperative Work Experience 1 S M C282 Cooperative Work Experience 2 S M C283 Cooperative Work Experience 3 S M C284 Cooperative Work Experience 4 END OF REPORT
  18. 18. Attachment: (14) Outlines for Required Courses
  19. 19. COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Original 02/15/2002 Date X Revision 09/30/2009 Date 1. DISCIPLINE: Business, Business Education, Management , Marketing 2. COURSE ID NUMBER: SMC101 3. COURSE TITLE: Principles of Supply Chain Management 4. ABBREVIATED TITLE (26 Characters Max): Prin of Supply Chain Mgt 5. COURSE UNITS: 3.0 6. TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 54 Lecture Non-Lecture 7. GRADING METHOD: (Check one) __X_ Student Option ____ Letter Grade ____ Pass/No Pass ____ Non-Credit 8. PREREQUISITE: None 9. CO-REQUISITE: None 10. ADVISORY: None 11. MATERIAL FEE: None (Attach a Material Fee Justification Form) 12. CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Principles of Supply Chain Management encompass purchasing, operations and logistics activities and how these aspects of supply chain activity are accomplished effectively and efficiently. The course follows a natural flow through the supply chain demonstrating the practical applications of supply chain management in the workplace. 13. SCHEDULE DESCRIPTION: Same as above.
  20. 20. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: (Course-level outcomes are required; lesson/unit-level outcomes are optional.) Course-Level Outcomes: 1. Compare and contrast the procurement, operations, and logistics functions and their integration in an organizational supply chain. 2. Critique the effectiveness and articulate the benefits of efficient supply chain activities in a given organization. 3. Articulate the impact of supply chain management to an organization’s design given a change in sourcing and distributing their product. 14. COURSE CONTENT: (Instructional topics or units. Use outline format.) I. Supply Chain Management: An Overview a. Introduction to Supply Chain Management II. Purchasing Issues in Supply Chain Management a. Purchasing Management b. Creating and Managing Supplier Relationships c. Strategic Sourcing for Successful Supply Chain Management III. Operations Issues in Supply Chain Management a. Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment b. Resource planning Systems c. Inventory Management d. Process Management 1. Just-In-Time 2. Total Quality Management IV. Distribution Issues in Supply Chain Management a. Domestic Logistics b. International Logistics c. Customer Relationship Management d. Global Location Decisions e. Service Response Logistics V. Sustaining Competitive Advantage a. Supply Chain Process Integration b. Performance along the Supply Chain 1. Measurement 2. Evaluation 15. REPEATABILITY: (Include repeatability statements, if applicable) This course is not repeatable
  21. 21. 16. CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: (Instructor-initiated learning strategies and activities) This course may be taught using multiple methods of support including classroom, video, audio, multi- media and online strategies. Instructors utilize learning strategies including lectures; cooperative learning groups; written homework assignments; self-paced independent study using textbooks, video lessons, audio segments, computer software, or online systems; demonstrations or discussions; presentations by students to the instructor or for class presentation; research projects; journals and various types of assessment by quiz and exam, including open-ended, close-ended, multiple choice and essay. 17. STUDENT ACTIVITIES: Students will read textbooks and will participate in discussions. They will do research for essay questions and for written critical thinking assignments. Critical thinking assignments would be in the form of a written (3-5 page) critical thinking analysis related to text material and supplemental data collected by students. Students may give individual or group presentations. 18. ASSESSMENT METHODS: (Measurements of learning outcomes. If rubrics have been developed for scoring the robust course-level SLOs, please attach.) Assessment Describe the style and content of each assessment Method method to be used in measuring SLOs. Quizzes 2-7 quizzes; true/false, matching, multiple choice and/or completion Written Assignments 1-4 on related content topics or chapter reading assignments Midterm Examination Multiple choice questions, essay component Essay Examination Objective Examination Reports Students gather research material at local libraries, public organizations/agencies or on the Internet. Can be included as extra-credit Projects At least one project will be required based on course concepts related to business Mathematical and Consists of representative problems from the text or other Problem-Solving sources. Exercises Non-Mathematical A written (3-5 page) critical thinking analysis related to text Problem-Solving material or as workbook supplements for students to Exercises determine data comparability and statistical analysis. Skills Demonstration Primary/secondary research, presentation organization and online data search/manipulation may be included. Final Examination Multiple choice, objective questions and/or essay component Other
  22. 22. 20. RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK(S): Principles of Supply Chain Management – Wisner, Tan, Leong Copyright 2009, 2nd Edition ISBN: 9780324657913 (or current edition) 21. SUPPLEMENTAL READING: Coastline College’s Virtual Library: www.coastline.edu/library Current business magazines and newspaper articles pertaining to supply chain. 22. OTHER REQUIRED SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS: None 23. (Please see department chair or discipline office for the following information) Baseline Enrollment: Classroom: 40 Online: CIP CODE: DIVISION#: 303 DEPARTMENT#: BUS 24. Coastline Community College is dedicated to assuring that all students who warn an A.A. Degree will have mastered Eight Core Degree-Level Outcomes listed below. Does this course contribute to any of the eight outcomes? Please check all that apply. Demonstrate understanding and appreciation for the visual and performing arts x Demonstrate ethical civic, environmental, and social responsibility x Demonstrate ability to apply critical thinking and analysis x Demonstrate innovative thinking, adaptability, and creative problem-solving skills x Demonstrate understanding and respect for cultural and global diversity Demonstrate information competency x Use effective communication and interpersonal skills Use scientific and quantitative reasoning Type the following appropriate names: Originating Faculty: Frederick Lockwood Department Chair: Frederick Lockwood Discipline Dean: Dr. Joumana McGowan Distance Learning Dean: Vince Rodriguez Curriculum Committee Meeting: _______ New/Revised? Approved: ___ Disapproved: ___ Tabled: ___
  23. 23. COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Original 02/15/2002 Date X Revision 09/30/2009 Date 1. DISCIPLINE: Business, Business Education, Management , Marketing 2. COURSE ID NUMBER: SMC102 3. COURSE TITLE: Supply Chain Operations 4. ABBREVIATED TITLE (26 Characters Max): Supply Chain Operations 5. COURSE UNITS: 3.0 6. TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 54 Lecture Non-Lecture 7. GRADING METHOD: (Check one) __X_ Student Option ____ Letter Grade ____ Pass/No Pass ____ Non-Credit 8. PREREQUISITE: None 9. CO-REQUISITE: None 10. ADVISORY: None 11. MATERIAL FEE: None (Attach a Material Fee Justification Form) 12. CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Supply Chain Operations provides a strong foundation and solid understanding of key supply chain processes. Topic highlights include: supply chain strategy development; process evaluation and design; and planning, control and scheduling with a focus on value-added approaches to link suppliers, the organizations and customers. Strategic and operational issues are covered with an emphasis on tools and techniques. 13. SCHEDULE DESCRIPTION: Same as above.
  24. 24. 14. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: (Course-level outcomes are required; lesson/unit-level outcomes are optional.) Course-Level Outcomes: 1. Outline and prioritize the components of supply chain operations, including strategy, processes, design, and control. 2. Compare and contrast the supply chain operations process and critique their importance to the organization as they relate to creating cost and competitive advantages. 3. Articulate the impact of information and e-systems on supply chain management and their influence on a company’s operational plans. 4. Based on the accounting reports of an organization, interpret the financial and operational information and critique the management and control of their supply chain operations. 15. COURSE CONTENT: (Instructional topics or units. Use outline format.) I. Strategy a. Introduction to the Field b. Operations and Supply Strategy 1. Linear Programming (LP) a. LP using Excel c. Project Management d. Product and Service Design II. Processes a. Strategic Capacity Management 1. Learning Curves b. Process Analysis 1. Job Design 2. Work Measurement c. Manufacturing Processes 1. Facility Layout d. Service Processes 1. Waiting Line Analysis e. Six-Sigma Quality 1. Process Capacity 2. Statistical Process Control Ill. Supply Chain Design a. Supply Chain Strategy b. Logistics and Facility Location c. Lean Manufacturing d. Operations and Reengineering
  25. 25. IV. Planning and controlling the Supply Chain a. Enterprise Resource Planning Systems b. Demand Management c. Forecasting d. Aggregate Planning 1. Sales 2. Operations e. Inventory Control f. Material Requirements Planning V. Scheduling a. Scheduling b. Simulation c. Constraint Management VI. Financial Analysis a. Present Value b. Normal Distributions c. Random Digits d. Interest VII. Operations Technology 16. REPEATABILITY: (Include repeatability statements, if applicable) This course is not repeatable 17. CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: (Instructor-initiated learning strategies and activities) This course may be taught using multiple methods of support including classroom, video, audio, multi- media and online strategies. Instructors utilize learning strategies including lectures; cooperative learning groups; written homework assignments; self-paced independent study using textbooks, video lessons, audio segments, computer software, or online systems; demonstrations or discussions; presentations by students to the instructor or for class presentation; research projects; journals and various types of assessment by quiz and exam, including open-ended, close-ended, multiple choice and essay. 18. STUDENT ACTIVITIES: Students will read textbooks and will participate in discussions. They will do research for essay questions and for written critical thinking assignments. Critical thinking assignments would be in the form of a written (3-5 page) critical thinking analysis related to text material and supplemental data collected by students. Students may give individual or group presentations.
  26. 26. 19. ASSESSMENT METHODS: (Measurements of learning outcomes. If rubrics have been developed for scoring the robust course-level SLOs, please attach.) Assessment Describe the style and content of each assessment Method method to be used in measuring SLOs. Quizzes 2-10 quizzes; true/false, matching, multiple choice and/or completion Written Assignments 1-4 on related content topics or chapter reading assignments Midterm Examination Multiple choice questions, essay component Essay Examination Objective Examination Reports Students will gather research material at local libraries, public organizations/agencies or on the Internet. Can be included as extra-credit Projects At least one project based on course concepts related to business Mathematical and Consists of representative problems from the text or other Problem-Solving sources. Exercises Non-Mathematical A written (3-5 page) critical thinking analysis related to text Problem-Solving material or as workbook supplements for students to Exercises determine data comparability and statistical analysis Skills Demonstration Primary/secondary research, presentation organization and online data search/manipulation may be included. Final Examination Multiple choice, objective questions and/or essay component Other 20. RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK(S): Operations and Supply Chain Management – Jacobs, Chase Copyright 2009, 12th Edition ISBN: 9780077228934 (or current edition) 21. SUPPLEMENTAL READING: Coastline College’s Virtual Library: www.coastline.edu/library Current business magazines and newspaper articles pertaining to supply chain operations. 25. OTHER REQUIRED SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS: None 26. (Please see department chair or discipline office for the following information) Baseline Enrollment: Classroom: 40 Online: CIP CODE: DIVISION#: 303 DEPARTMENT#: BUS
  27. 27. 27. Coastline Community College is dedicated to assuring that all students who warn an A.A. Degree will have mastered Eight Core Degree-Level Outcomes listed below. Does this course contribute to any of the eight outcomes? Please check all that apply. Demonstrate understanding and appreciation for the visual and performing arts Demonstrate ethical civic, environmental, and social responsibility x Demonstrate ability to apply critical thinking and analysis x Demonstrate innovative thinking, adaptability, and creative problem-solving skills x Demonstrate understanding and respect for cultural and global diversity Demonstrate information competency x Use effective communication and interpersonal skills Use scientific and quantitative reasoning Type the following appropriate names: Originating Faculty: Frederick Lockwood Department Chair: Frederick Lockwood Discipline Dean: Dr. Joumana McGowan Distance Learning Dean: Vince Rodriguez Curriculum Committee Meeting: _______ New/Revised? Approved: ___ Disapproved: ___ Tabled: ___
  28. 28. COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Original 03/05/2002 Date X Revision 09/30/2009 Date 1. DISCIPLINE: Business, Business Education, Management , Marketing 2. COURSE ID NUMBER: SMC104 3. COURSE TITLE: Purchasing and Procurement 4. ABBREVIATED TITLE (26 Characters Max): Purchasing and Procurement 5. COURSE UNITS: 3.0 6. TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 54 Lecture Non-Lecture 7. GRADING METHOD: (Check one) __X_ Student Option ____ Letter Grade ____ Pass/No Pass ____ Non-Credit 8. PREREQUISITE: None 9. CO-REQUISITE: None 10. ADVISORY: None 11. MATERIAL FEE: None (Attach a Material Fee Justification Form) 12. CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Purchasing and Procurement provides contextual insight and knowledge into the strategies, processes, and practices of purchasing. Topics include supplier integration, evaluation, cost analysis, negotiations, contracts, managing inventory and information, e-systems, and sourcing and supply measurement and evaluation. 13. SCHEDULE DESCRIPTION: Same as above.
  29. 29. 14. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: (Course-level outcomes are required; lesson/unit-level outcomes are optional.) Course-Level Outcomes: 1. Outline and prioritize the components of purchasing operations and structure, including policies, procedures and supplier integration. 2. Compare and contrast the purchasing process and its importance to the organization and in creating a competitive advantage. 3. Articulate the importance and effectiveness of strategic sourcing and category/commodity strategy development. 4. Critique the sourcing process with respect to negotiations, contracts, law and ethics. 5. Articulate the impact of information and e-systems on supply chain management; justify the implementation of best practices in an existing organization. 15. COURSE CONTENT: (Instructional topics or units. Use outline format.) VI. Introduction a. Introduction to Purchasing VII. Purchasing Operations and Structure a. The Purchasing Process b. Purchasing Policy and Procedures c. Purchasing and Supplier Integration for Competitive Advantage d. Purchasing and Supply Chain Organization VIII. Strategic Sourcing a. Purchasing and Category/Commodity Strategy Development b. Supplier Evaluation and Selection c. Supplier Quality Management d. Supplier Management and Development 1. Creating a World-class Supply Base e. Global Sourcing
  30. 30. IX. Strategic Sourcing Processes a. Strategic Cost Management b. Purchasing and Supply Chain Analysis 1. Tools 2. Techniques c. Effective Negotiations 1. Preparation 2. Execution d. Contracting 1. Developing Effective Contracts 2. Managing Effective Contracts e. Purchasing Law and Ethics X. Critical supply chain Elements a. Managing Supply Chain Inventory b. Delivering Perfect Customer Orders c. Purchasing Services d. Supply Chain 1. Information 2. e-Systems 3. Sourcing and Supply Performance 1. Measurement 2. Evaluation XI. Future Directions a. Purchasing and Supply Chain 1. Changes 2. Trends 16. REPEATABILITY: (Include repeatability statements, if applicable) This course is not repeatable 17. CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: (Instructor-initiated learning strategies and activities) This course may be taught using multiple methods of support including classroom, video, audio, multi- media and online strategies. Instructors utilize learning strategies including lectures; cooperative learning groups; written homework assignments; self-paced independent study using textbooks, video lessons, audio segments, computer software, or online systems; demonstrations or discussions; presentations by students to the instructor or for class presentation; research projects; journals and various types of assessment by quiz and exam, including open-ended, close-ended, multiple choice and essay. 18. STUDENT ACTIVITIES: Students will read textbooks and will participate in discussions. They will do research for essay questions and for written critical thinking assignments. Critical thinking assignments would be in the form of a written (3-5 page) critical thinking analysis related to text material and supplemental data collected by students. Students may give individual or group presentations.
  31. 31. 19. ASSESSMENT METHODS: (Measurements of learning outcomes. If rubrics have been developed for scoring the robust course-level SLOs, please attach.) Assessment Describe the style and content of each assessment Method method to be used in measuring SLOs. Quizzes 2-10 quizzes; true/false, matching, multiple choice and/or completion Written 1-4 on related content topics or chapter reading Assignments assignments Midterm Multiple choice questions, essay component Examination Essay Examination Objective Examination Reports Students gather research material at local libraries, public organizations/agencies or on the Internet. Can be included as extra-credit Projects At least one project will be required based on course concepts related to business Mathematical and Consists of representative problems from the text or Problem-Solving other sources. Exercises Non-Mathematical A written (3-5 page) critical thinking analysis related to Problem-Solving text material or as workbook supplements for students to Exercises determine data comparability and statistical analysis Skills Primary/secondary research, presentation organization Demonstration and online data search/manipulation may be included. Final Examination Multiple choice, objective questions and/or essay component Other 20. RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK(S): Purchasing and Supply Chain Management – Monczka, Handfield, Giunipero, Patterson Copyright 2009, 4th Edition ISBN: 9780324381344 (or current edition) 21. SUPPLEMENTAL READING: Coastline College’s Virtual Library: www.coastline.edu/library Current business magazines and newspaper articles pertaining to supply chain. 28. OTHER REQUIRED SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS: None 29. (Please see department chair or discipline office for the following information) Baseline Enrollment: Classroom: 40 Online:
  32. 32. CIP CODE: DIVISION#: 303 DEPARTMENT#: BUS 30. Coastline Community College is dedicated to assuring that all students who warn an A.A. Degree will have mastered Eight Core Degree-Level Outcomes listed below. Does this course contribute to any of the eight outcomes? Please check all that apply. Demonstrate understanding and appreciation for the visual and performing arts x Demonstrate ethical civic, environmental, and social responsibility x Demonstrate ability to apply critical thinking and analysis x Demonstrate innovative thinking, adaptability, and creative problem-solving skills x Demonstrate understanding and respect for cultural and global diversity Demonstrate information competency x Use effective communication and interpersonal skills Use scientific and quantitative reasoning Type the following appropriate names: Originating Faculty: Frederick Lockwood Department Chair: Frederick Lockwood Discipline Dean: Dr. Joumana McGowan Distance Learning Dean: Vince Rodriguez Curriculum Committee Meeting: _______ New/Revised? Approved: ___ Disapproved: ___ Tabled: ___
  33. 33. COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Original 02/13/2002 Date X Revision 09/30/2009 Date 1. DISCIPLINE: Business, Business Education, Management , Marketing 2. COURSE ID NUMBER: SMC204 3. COURSE TITLE: Supply Chain Logistics Management 4. ABBREVIATED TITLE (26 Characters Max): Supply Chain Logistics Mgt 5. COURSE UNITS: 3.0 6. TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 54 Lecture Non-Lecture 7. GRADING METHOD: (Check one) __X_ Student Option ____ Letter Grade ____ Pass/No Pass ____ Non-Credit 8. PREREQUISITE: None 9. CO-REQUISITE: None 10. ADVISORY: None 11. MATERIAL FEE: None (Attach a Material Fee Justification Form) 12. CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Supply Chain Logistics Management provides a strategic focus which blends logistics theory with practical applications showing how all the pieces fit together. Topics include logistics management, operations, design, administration and changes in the way business is being conducted. Emphasis is on relating current technology developments to supply chain managerial concepts and logistical practices. 13. SCHEDULE DESCRIPTION: Same as above.
  34. 34. 14. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: (Course-level outcomes are required; lesson/unit-level outcomes are optional.) Course-Level Outcomes: 1. Compare and contrast supply chain management and supply chain logistics. 2. Articulate the impact of logistics to the overall operation of an organization 3. Outline and prioritize the components of logistics, including strategic management, operations, logistics design, transportation management, and administration. 4. Based on an organization’s management reporting, analyze their financial and operational effectiveness. Using these results, recommend areas of improvement. 15. COURSE CONTENT: (Instructional topics or units. Use outline format.) I. Supply Chain Logistics Management a. 21st Century Supply Chains b. Logistics c. Customer Accommodation d. Product i. Procurement ii. Manufacturing e. Information Technology f. Integrated Operations Planning II. Supply Chain Logistics Operations a. Inventory b. Transportation Infrastructure c. Transportation Operations d. Warehousing e. Packaging f. Materials Handling
  35. 35. III. Supply Chain Logistics Design a. Global Supply Chains b. Network Design c. Network Planning d. Operational Planning IV. Supply Chain Logistics Administration a. Relationship Development b. Measurement i. Operational ii. Financial iii. Performance c. Supply Chain Risk 16. REPEATABILITY: (Include repeatability statements, if applicable) This course is not repeatable 17. CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: (Instructor-initiated learning strategies and activities) This course may be taught using multiple methods of support including classroom, video, audio, multi- media and online strategies. Instructors utilize learning strategies including lectures; cooperative learning groups; written homework assignments; self-paced independent study using textbooks, video lessons, audio segments, computer software, or online systems; demonstrations or discussions; presentations by students to the instructor or for class presentation; research projects; journals and various types of assessment by quiz and exam, including open-ended, close-ended, multiple choice and essay. 18. STUDENT ACTIVITIES: Students will read textbooks and will participate in discussions. They will do research for essay questions and for written critical thinking assignments. Critical thinking assignments would be in the form of a written (3-5 page) critical thinking analysis related to text material and supplemental data collected by students. Students may give individual or group presentations.
  36. 36. 19. ASSESSMENT METHODS: (Measurements of learning outcomes. If rubrics have been developed for scoring the robust course-level SLOs, please attach.) Assessment Describe the style and content of each assessment Method method to be used in measuring SLOs. Quizzes 2-8 quizzes; true/false, matching, multiple choice and/or completion Written Assignments 1-4 on related content topics or chapter reading assignments Midterm Examination Multiple choice questions, essay component Essay Examination Objective Examination Reports Students gather research material at local libraries, public organizations/agencies or on the Internet. Can be included as extra-credit Projects At least one project will be required based on course concepts related to business Mathematical and Consists of representative problems from the text or other Problem-Solving sources. Exercises Non-Mathematical A written (3-5 page) critical thinking analysis related to text Problem-Solving material or as workbook supplements for students to Exercises determine data comparability and statistical analysis Skills Demonstration Primary/secondary research, presentation organization and online data search/manipulation may be included. Final Examination Multiple choice, objective questions and/or essay component Other 20. RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK(S): Supply Chain Logistics Management – Bowersox, Cross, Cooper Copyright 2010, 3rd Edition ISBN: 9780073377872 (or current edition) 21. SUPPLEMENTAL READING: Coastline College’s Virtual Library: www.coastline.edu/library Current business magazines and newspaper articles pertaining to supply chain operations. 31. OTHER REQUIRED SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS: None 32. (Please see department chair or discipline office for the following information) Baseline Enrollment: Classroom: 40 Online: CIP CODE: DIVISION#: 303 DEPARTMENT#: BUS
  37. 37. 33. Coastline Community College is dedicated to assuring that all students who warn an A.A. Degree will have mastered Eight Core Degree-Level Outcomes listed below. Does this course contribute to any of the eight outcomes? Please check all that apply. Demonstrate understanding and appreciation for the visual and performing arts Demonstrate ethical civic, environmental, and social responsibility x Demonstrate ability to apply critical thinking and analysis x Demonstrate innovative thinking, adaptability, and creative problem-solving skills x Demonstrate understanding and respect for cultural and global diversity Demonstrate information competency x Use effective communication and interpersonal skills Use scientific and quantitative reasoning Type the following appropriate names: Originating Faculty: Frederick Lockwood Department Chair: Frederick Lockwood Discipline Dean: Dr. Joumana McGowan Distance Learning Dean: Vince Rodriguez Curriculum Committee Meeting: _______ New/Revised? Approved: ___ Disapproved: ___ Tabled: ___

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