Oct 25, 2020  
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog 
    
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Supply Chain Management Certificate Program (DISC)


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Purpose

The primary focus of this certificate is to provide students with in-depth knowledge regarding the complexity and challenges of managing Global Supply Chains.  Every function of global commerce - marketing, procurement, manufacturing operations, logistics, inventory management, information technology, and customer relations - are impacted by supply chain professionals.  Students will gain exposure to all of the supply chain elements individually, and understand their associated interactions as well as the interactions with the other business functions.  They will comprehend the need for balance and for managing trade-offs in the supply chain.  They will be better able to identify the key drivers and the associated managerial levers that impact supply chain performance.

The certificate will be of interest to anyone who currently has or seeks a primary or secondary role in supply chain management.  This includes those involved in procurement (sourcing/purchasing), operations, logistics, engineering, project and product management, as well as entrepreneurs, consultants, and general managers.

Prerequisite

You must be a current Bauer graduate (MBA or M.S. Finance) student to enroll in any of our certificate programs.

Coursework for the Supply Chain Management Certificate Program


The certificate requires students to take three of the following courses, one of which is required:

Required Courses:


To complete the certificate, any two of the following courses can be taken.

  • SCM 7397 -  Global Supply Chain Management (REQUIRED)
    OR
  • SCM 7A97 -  Supply Chain Management with ERP
    PLUS
  • SCM 7A97 -  Supply Chain Analytics with ERP
  • SCM 7397 - Enterprise Operations and Business Intelligence

OR

  • SCM 7A97 - Global Supply Chain Management
    PLUS
  • SCM 7397 - Global Supply Chain Strategy
  • SCM 7397 - Total Quality Management
  • SCM 7397 - Operations Strategy and Leadership
  • SCM 7397 - Lean Enterprise Management
  • SCM 7397 - Special Projects in Supply Chain
  • SCM 7397 - Demand Supply Integration
  • SCM 7397 - Business Process Management
  • GENB 7397 -  Business Modeling for Competitive Advantage

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