This BSc minor deals with supply chain management, business economics, decision making and marketing in the agribusiness and food industry. Related disciplines/ topics like theory and practice of cooperatives, food logistics management and food quality management are optional in this BSc minor.
This BSc minor is a programme 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.
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BSc Minor Coordinator
- Dr. ir. G.D.H. Claassen
This minor is interesting for BAS, BBT, BEB, BFT, BPW and BVG. Parts of this minor may also be interesting for BAT.