Logistics and Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate

Students must complete the following six courses or approved substitutes if course waivers are appropriate:

Required Courses
SCMA 5320Production and Operations Management3
SCMA 6330Business Logistics Systems3
MKTG 5770Supply Chain Management Strategy3
Nine additional hours (generally 3 courses) from 19
SCMA 5301
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Advanced Statistical Methods for Management Decisions
Lean Production
SCMA 5324
Quality Management
Internship in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
International Logistics and Operations Management
Individual Research in Logistics and Operations Management
Logistics and Supply Chain Operational Modeling
Logistics and Supply Chain Strategic Modeling
Management Science Methods
SCMA 6360
Advanced Logistics and Operations Management Applications
Seminar in Logistics and Operations Management
Domestic Transportation
Seminar in Business Administration
Decision Support Systems for Business Intelligence
IT-Enabled Business
Project Management
Total Hours18

Substitute courses must be approved by the chairperson of the Supply Chain & Analytics Department and the director of Graduate Studies in Business. In all cases, 18 hours are needed to complete the Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.