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Undergraduate Supply Chain Management Education at Haskayne School of Business
Founded in 1966, the University of Calgary is a comprehensive research university, ranked one of Canada’s top eight research universities and a member of the 15 most research intensive universities in Canada (the U15), combining the best of long-established university traditions with the city of Calgary’s vibrant energy and diversity.
The university is home to scholars in 14 faculties (offering more than 100 academic programs) and more than 85 research institutes and centres. More than 31,000 students are currently enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs.
The Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary is a progressive and innovative business school with an international reputation for influencing the practice of management and leadership through quality teaching and research. The school offers a wide range of business degrees, including the Financial Times (London)-ranked Executive MBA program. The Haskayne School of Business has more than 3,000 full- and part-time students currently enrolled in bachelor's, master's, PhD and Executive Education programs. The School boasts 18,000 alumni in 60 countries.
- BComm with Supply Chain Management Concentration (4 years): The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) degree is a four year program which students can enter in either first year or third year. Program details are available in the University of Calgary course calendar. BCom students can choose from one of 18 concentrations. You will complete live projects, formal presentations, group projects and various case studies during the course of your degree. Students choosing a Supply Chain Management Concentration will be prepared to manage materials and information across an entire supply chain. They will focus on issues such as transportation systems and planning, service operations management and project management. SCMA has gained significant recognition as organizations see tremendous advantages through collaborative management of the whole supply chain rather than each link in the chain acting in isolation.
- Students choosing this concentration will be required to take three core courses: Materials and Supply Chain Management, Transportation Systems and Analysis, and a Senior Project course. They have the opportunity to be exposed to diverse topics such as service operations management, negotiation, regulatory economics, transportation planning, services marketing, and project management. The curriculum will often include industry-based projects.
U OF CALGARY FEATURES
The University of Calgary has a full complement of academic programs ranging from pure science to social science in areas such as psychology and economics, to several options in the field of health sciences. With access to several professional schools, including the Haskayne School of Business, the Schulich School of Engineering, the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, students keep their options open, and discover their own personal passion. The University of Calgary also encourages multi-disciplinary programs, meaning students can combine their interest areas and create an education that suits them.
- Campus: The University of Calgary campus occupies a beautiful, park-like setting covering more than 200 hectares, in Northwest Calgary.
- Accreditation: A Comprehensive Academic and Research Institution, the University of Calgary is a public Institution recognized under Post-secondary Learning Act. The Haskayne School of Business has been accredited since 1985 by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
- Memberships/Affiliations: Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC); Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE)
- Research: University of Calgary sponsored research income is 2 million. Research brings significant benefits provincially, nationally and internationally, and is the foundation of Alberta’s economic and social vitality. Interdisciplinary research is core to the university’s teaching and research mandate.
- Study Abroad: As part of their degree program, more than 1,000 undergraduates per year include study abroad through student exchange, field schools, group study programs, internship, co-operative education, practicums or research opportunities.
- Career Services: In addition to the variety of career related web resources, a team of advisors are available for personal appointments to help students develop resumes/cover letters, job search strategy and work through their career planning process, including co-operative and internship program requirements.
- Residence Services: First-year students live in traditional dormitory-style residence where meals are prepared for them. Second year students experience hybrid living in furnished suite-style apartments with kitchenettes where small meals and snack can be prepared. Upper year students live more independently in furnished studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 4-bedroom apartments with full kitchens. Students can also choose from one of the Living-Learning Communities to live with other students who share a common interest. For students with families, unfurnished townhouses specially designed for student family living are available.
LAST UPDATED ON January 15, 2017