Supply Chain Management

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This certificate provides students with knowledge of logistics and transportation, skills in inventory control, warehouse management, and supervision for careers in the Supply Chain Management Industry.

The objectives of this program are to:

  • Apply knowledge of the major Supply Chain Management functions and activities.
  • Demonstrate technical competence associated to the Supply Chain Management Industry.
  • Collaborate in an organizational culture where there are diverse populations connecting
    supply chains and logistics networks.
  • Communicate professionally in a written and oral manner.
  • Interpret basic financial statements and managerial reports.
  • Exhibit strong business practices and work ethic appropriate to the Supply Chain
    Management Industry.

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Courses for this program

This is a recommended program course sequence for students who wish to complete their certificate in two years. Part-time students and students starting in the spring or summer semesters can meet with an Advisor to customize their own plan.

Code Course Name Credits
Fall - First Year
ENGL101 English Composition I 3
BUSA101 Introduction to Business 3
ACCT101 Accounting Principles I – Financial 3
SCMG101 Purchasing Management and Principles 3
SCMG105 Purchasing Management and Principles 3
Total Semester Credits
Winter - First Year
COMS110 Computer Concepts and Applications 3
Total Semester Credits
Spring - First Year
BUSA120 Small Business Management* 3
BUSA205 Business Law 3
SCMG110 Essentials of Inventory Management 3
SCMG115 Shipping, Receiving and Logistics 3
SCMG215 Warehouse Distribution 3
SCMG225 Key Performance Indicators and Benchmarking 3
Total Semester Credits

*Course only offered in spring

Students may choose to first take some developmental courses that are designed to prepare students for the college level coursework in their academic plan. This may add to the students’ completion time.

The number of credits students take each semester will determine when the student will complete his/her program of study.