Certificate in Supply Chain and Logistics
Certificates validate skills and provide individuals with increased marketability and potential earning power. The Certificate in Supply Chain and Logistics is a professional undergraduate program for current students and working professionals who want to grow in their field or change career paths.
Businesses today need resourceful leaders to manage the procurement and delivery of products in an increasingly complex global economy. Students in this program gain the skills necessary to manage an organization’s global supply chain, engaging in an in-depth study developed by industry experts that balances theory and real-world practice. Emphasis is on procurement, logistics and distribution, quality control, and analytical decision making.
Providing the knowledge you need in order to transform your career in less time than many traditional postgraduate and professional degrees, this certificate does not have any prerequisite work required.
Credentials and Microcredentials
Today, employers are looking for new hires with technical skills in supply chain and logistics. This certificate program gives students the opportunity to earn industry-valued, internationally recognized credentials and microcredentials in project management, Six Sigma, Lean, quality management, logistics, and business analytics that can be added to résumés and uploaded to online portfolios, certifying and showcasing their mastery of these skills and abilities to potential employers.
Job growth for supply chain and logistics professionals is projected to continue rising, so this high-stakes field also commands high salaries—the median annual salary for transportation, storage, and distribution managers in the United States is more than $100,000. Supply chain management encompasses a wide variety of jobs, so whether you want to launch a new career or advance to the next level of your current path, this program can get you there.
|PRBA 313||Introduction to Supply Chain Management and Logistics||3|
|PRBA 314||Supply Chain Sourcing [Proposed]||3|
|PRBA 315||Business System Analytics||3|
|PRBA 317||Quality Management||3|