Supply Chain Management (SC31) Technical Certificate of Credit
(Stand-alone and Embedded In Business Logistics Diploma and Degree)
This certificate provides a general knowledge of Supply Chain Management (SCM) and the associated functions necessary for delivery goods and services to customers. The certificate will focus on what employees and managers must do to ensure an effective Supply Chain exists in their organization.
Occupationally specific courses: Each semester
Program admission requirements:
Minimum Test Scores
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Credits required for graduation: 9
|Courses 9 credits|
|SCMA 1000Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Provides a general knowledge of Supply Chain Management (SCM) and the associated functions necessary for delivery goods and services to customers. The course will focus on what employees and managers must do to ensure an effective Supply Chain exists in their organization. Topics include: Introduction to SCM, E-Commerce, Material Management, Information Technology, Measuring SCM performance, Purchasing and Distribution, and Research and Case Studies.
|SCMA 1015E-Commerce in Supply Chain Management
Corequisite: SCMA 1000
Provides a general knowledge of E-Commerce (EC) and how it is being conducted and managed as well as assessing its major opportunities, limitations, issues, and risks. The course will focus on the impact EC has on a significant portion of the world, affecting businesses, supply chains, professions, and people. EC is more than just buying and selling, and students will learn it is also about electronically communicating, collaborating, sharing of information by businesses, and discovering information.
|SCMA 1020Research and Case Studies in Supply Chain Management
Corequisite: SCMA 1000
Provides a general knowledge of the resources available to find SCM material on the World Wide Web and through technical publications on the subject. Students will also be assigned SCM case Studies for evaluation and presentation to the class. The course will focus on what the students ability to find the information necessary to complete case Studies.
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