College / University

Supply Chain

Supply Chain Management


In the program, you’ll get job-ready training in four different areas: computer applications, including the Microsoft Office suite; general business, including finance, economics, writing, and law; procurement, including courses in contract and inventory management; and distribution, which also includes classes in customs, logistics management, transportation, and more.

To ensure you have the focused career preparation you need, the capstone of the Supply Chain Management program is a mandatory six-week, 210-hour practicum placement. During the placement, you’ll get an opportunity to take the knowledge you picked up in class and apply it to real situations while working under the guidance of experienced supply chain professionals.

This program has been approved for advanced standing towards attaining the Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation.