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Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management

Specialization requirements

The Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management specialization is a joint exchange program between the UBC Sauder School of Business, Copenhagen Business School and Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen. With increasing demand for graduates trained in supply chain and logistics management, the program leverages the strengths of all three institutions in this area.

Entry to this specialization is by application only, with limited enrolment. The application process occurs in Year 2. Transfer students to Year 3 of the BCom program are not eligible to apply.

If admitted, you'll complete four of your six specialization course requirements while studying abroad in Term 1 of Years 3 and 4 at the Copenhagen Business School and the Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen, respectively. Your remaining two specialization courses will be completed in Term 2 of Year 3 at the UBC Sauder School of Business. Students from all three institutions will complete specialization courses unique to each partner institution, together in a common cohort.

Year 3 Term 1 at Copenhagen Business School
COMM 342
Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management I (Logistics Clusters)
COMM 343
Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management II (Supply Chain Risk Management)
Year 3 Term 2 at UBC Sauder School of Business
COMM 414 Data Visualization and Business Analytics
COMM 415
Quantitative Policy Analysis
Year 4 Term 1 at Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen
COMM 344 Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management III (Management of Innovation in China)
COMM 345 Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management IV (Current and Regional Issues in Supply Chain and Logistics Management)