Academy for Global Supply Chain Management

  • Supply chain management is the execution process of any business. Students will learn  about the coordination of a network of otherwise independent trading partners creating a desired product or service, and moving it from suppliers, through manufacturing, and out to customers when and where they want it. The Academy for Global Supply Chain Management focuses on all supply chain functional areas and a variety of the latest supply chain strategies and technologies. 

Academy Teacher

Mrs. Dena Argo

Phone: 973-627-4600 X290

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Dena Argo

Mrs. Argo attended the Pennsylvania State University and earned a bachelor's degree in Business Management with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies.  After college, Mrs. Argo began working for a leading mass merchandise retailer, where she held various leadership positions over the course of seven years.

Academy Teacher

Mrs. Deirdre Romero

Phone: 973-627-4600 ext. 278

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Deirdre Romero

What is Supply Chain Management - By Rutgers Business School

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Career Field - Global Supply Chain Management

  • Career Pathways in Global Supply Chain Management (include but are not limited to):

    Logistics Planning and Management Services: Logisticians•  Logistics Managers• Logistics Engineers• Logistics Analysts• Logistics Consultants• International Logistics Specialists

    Operations Management:  Training and Development Manager • Operations Analyst • Sales Manager • Sales Representative • Broker • Agent • Assistant Store Manager • Department Manager • Assistant Department Manager • Salesperson • Customer Service Supervisor • Product Manager • Project Manager • Research & Development Manager • Budget Analyst • International Merchandising Manager & Supervisor • Marketing Manager • Ecommerce Manager & Entrepreneur • Wholesale & Retail buyer • International Distribution Manager • Warehouse Manager • Logistics Manager/Supervisor • Logistics Manager/Coordinator • Marketing Information Manager•Public Relations Specialist • Distribution Worker • Wholesale, Freight, Stocking, Handling, Material Moving and Packing Worker • Traffic, Shipping, & Receiving Clerk • Demonstrator and Product Promoter •Supply Chain Manager •Director of Non-Profit Agency/Organization •Operations Specialties Manager •Industrial Production Manager 

    Business Information Management: Information Systems Manager •Accounting Clerk • Accounting Supervisor • Adjuster • Chief Technology Officer • Auditor • Bookkeeper • Budget Analyst • Budget Manager • Billing Supervisor • Management Analyst • Controller • Merger & Acquisitions Manager • Price Analyst • Top Collections Executive • Information Technology Director • Chief Financial Officer • Finance Director • Certified Public Accountant • Project Manager •Cost Accountant • Librarian • Payroll Accounting Clerk

    Sales and ServiceMarketing Managers, * Sales Managers * Sales Representatives of Transportation /Logistics Services * Reservation, Travel and Transportation Agents * Cargo and Freight Agents * Customer Service Managers

    The Academy for Global Supply Chain Management has not yet completed senior internships. The first senior class will be in 2023. 

     

Academy Course of Study

  • 9th Grade

    Academy: Core Four & International Business Strategies

    The ninth grade core four course provides an introduction to four of the main areas of business, including management, human resources, marketing, and entrepreneurship. During this introductory course students will also focus on developing 21st-century skills that are key to success in both college and careers, including communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving. In international business strategies, students explore various topics including the study of the influences on global business, the role governments play in global business, the structures of international business organizations, importing and exporting goods, trade relations, foreign exchange and international finance.

    Core Courses:

    • English 9*
    • Algebra I, Geometry* or Algebra II*
    • Biology*
    • Health and Physical Education 9
    • World History*
    • World Language
    • Financial Literacy

    *Honors courses available and determined by placement testing upon acceptance to MCST

     


    10th Grade

     Academy: Basic Concepts in Supply Chain Management & Intermediate Concepts in Supply Chain Management

     

    Core Courses:

    • English 10*
    • Geometry*, Algebra II* or Pre-Calculus*
    • Chemistry*
    • Health and Physical Education 10
    • US History I*
    • World Language
    • VPA Elective

    *Honors courses available and determined by grades and teacher recommendation

     


     11th Grade

    Academy: Virtual Enterprises International  & Advanced Concepts in Supply Chain Management (I & II)

     

    Core Courses:

    • English 11*
    • Algebra II*, Pre-Calculus*, AP Calculus
    • Physics*
    • Health and Physical Education 10
    • US History II*
    • World Language
    • Elective

    *Honors courses available and determined by grades and teacher recommendation

     


    12th Grade at MCST

    Career and Technical Education (Academy):

    • Career and Technical Education Elective (i.e. Computer Science Principles, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles)
    • Senior Capstone
    • OR CCM for Academy coursework

    Structured Learning Experience (Graduation Requirement):

    • All Seniors must complete 120 hours of an approved internship in their respective career field.

    Core Courses: 

    • English 12* (required)
    • Health and Physical Education 12 (required)
    • AP Calculus, Statistics, Foundations of College Math
    • Environmental Science, Anatomy and Physiology I
    • World Language*

    *Honors courses available and determined by grades and teacher recommendation

     


    12th Grade at County College of Morris

    Eligible Seniors may complete their Senior coursework in full or in part at County College of Morris. See School Counseling Department for more information.

    Required Courses:

    FALL

    • English Composition I (ENG111)
    • Lifetime Wellness (HED128) or PE (labeled HES)
    • Academy Course (1)

     

    SPRING

    • English Composition II (ENG112)
    • PE or Lifetime Wellness (whichever was not taken in the Fall)
    • Academy Course (1) 

    *See Guidance (School Counseling) Department for additional information on CCM courses

    Structured Learning Experience

    • All Seniors must complete 120 hours of an approved internship in their respective career field.

     

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