This BSc minor deals with business economics, management and marketing in the agribusiness and food industry. Related disciplines/ topics like decision science, supply chain management and theory and practice of cooperatives are optional in this BSc minor.
After successful completion of this minor students are expected to be able to:
- explain the main concepts and theories of supply chain management, business management, marketing and economics;
- analyse the use of these concepts in practice to create improvement options in food supply chains regarding chain strategy, chain design and chain collaboration;
- classify situations in which typical decision problems occur, formulate quantitative decision models and apply the studied algorithms to calculate a solution to minor provided problems;
- apply the concepts, models and solution techniques in different problem settings, interpret the results of an optimisation and explain how solutions are interpreted correctly.
BSc Minor Coordinator
Ir G.D.H. Claassen
This minor is interesting for BBT, BLT, BVG, BPW and BDW.
Components of the BSc Minor