The graduate Certificate in Supply chain Management is a program that is designed to provide professional development for individuals pursuing careers in logistics and supply chain management with the federal government, government contractors, manufacturers, or service organizations. The program is designed for individuals possessing a bachelor degree in a field other than supply chain management. The certificate program consists of 18 semester hours. For students who are also interested in completing either the MS in Supply Chain and Logistics Management or the MBA program, a subset of the Certificate courses may be used to satisfy some of the requirements within those programs. The required courses for the graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management include the following:

Core Courses (15 credit hours)
IS 522SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYS3
IS 600INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT3
MGT 611SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT3
MGT 693SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY & PRACT3
MSC 605OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT3
Elective: (3 credit hours)
Select one of the following:3
BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE & ANALYT
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLNG SYS
TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS
Total Semester Hours18