Supply Chain and Logistics Management
The certificate program in supply chain and logistics provides key concepts, tools, and strategies for managing supply chains in global markets. It builds expertise in analyzing and improving process flows, including flows of customers in service operations, material flows, and information flows in order to improve overall efficiency and effectiveness of operations. Special attention will be given to key supply chain designs and strategies, logistics in supply chain operations, and technology in the supply chain.
The 12-credit graduate certificate is designed as a standalone stackable credential. Credits can also be applied to the 30-credit M.B.A. Courses are offered online in an accelerated 8-week format.
Jodi Potter Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Management
- Course Plan
- MBAD6510 Global Operations and Supply Chain
- MBAD6530 Channel Management/Logistics Interface
- MBAD6420 Strategic Management of Transportation, Warehouse, and Inventory
- MBAD6161 International Logistics
These are some of the classes for students in this academic program: