Supply Chain Management

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Supply chain management (SCM) is a multi-faceted discipline that plays a critical role in the competitive success of virtually every business. A growing number of organizations rely on their supply chains to meet customers’ expectation because effective SCM enables them to deliver products or services to end-users in a timely and affordable manner. SCM professionals participate in fundamental decisions associated with business success in a global environment.

This certificate is open to anyone who has educational or employment experience in the field of Supply Chain, Logistics, and Operations.

Summer 2020 Classes include:

  • Advanced Supply Chain Management
    • This course presents a range of advanced topics in integrated operations and supply chain management. Topics include strategic sourcing and procurement strategies, demand-driven performance, mitigation of supply chain risk, management of third party logistics, and management of supply chain security and risk. Critical to understanding supply chain operations is a review of conventional operations practices and the challenges of flow vs unit costs and the specific challenges of complex supply chains and complex technical systems.
  • Project Management
    • Study of project management principles and techniques including planning, network building, project control, reporting and closing to address the unique conditions and challenges associated with designing and managing major non-repetitive undertakings. May not be counted toward more than one concentration or certificate.

Cost:
A reduced summer tuition rate of $714/ credit for a total of $5,712.

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Summer Session

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