Curtin University Unit Outline for Scim

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Curtin Business School School of Information Systems

Unit Outline

13474 Supply Chain Information Management 201 Trimester 2A, 2013
Unit study package number: Mode of study: Tuition pattern summary: 13474 Internal Lecture: 1 x 1.5 Hours Weekly Computer Laboratory: 1 x 1.5 Hours Weekly This unit does not have a fieldwork component. Credit Value: Pre-requisite units: Co-requisite units: Anti-requisite units: Result type: Approved incidental fees: Unit coordinator: 25.0 Nil Nil 11955 (v.0) Introduction to Logistics 201 or any previous version Grade/Mark Information about approved incidental fees can be obtained from our website. Visit f ees.curtin.edu.au/incidental_fees.cfm for details. Name: Phone: Email: Building: Room: Name: Email:
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13474 Supply Chain Information Management 201 Singapore Campus 11 Jul 2013 School of Information Systems, Curtin Business School

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Curtin Business School School of Information Systems

Learning Resources
Essential texts
The required textbook(s) for this unit are: Business Driven Technology , 5th Ed., Baltzan, P. and Phillips, A.; McGraw Hill ISBN13: 9780073376790. (note that 4th Edition will be acceptable)

Assessment
Assessment schedule
Task Group assignment 1 Individual assignment 2 Final examination 3 40 percent 30 percent Value % 30 percent Unit Learning Outcome(s) Assessed Week: Approximately 2,3,4 week 9 Day: Sun Time: midnight Week: Approximately 1,2,4 week 10 Day: Sun Time: Midnight Week: Some time in 2,3,4 week 16 or 17 Day: TBA Time: TBA Date Due

Detailed information on assessment tasks
1. Group Assignment (30%) A group assignment based on a case study. The assignment will be issued and groups will be assigned in lecture 3. An assignment marking guide will be issued with the assignment. Practical work in the laboratory classes will be aligned to this assignment. 2. Individual Assignment (30%) Students will be required to complete a portfolio of articles relevant to the unit. The format for this will
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