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Global Supply Chain Management Certificate Courses & Tuition
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Graduate Certificate

Global Supply Chain Management

Global Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate Coursework

Our graduate certificate coursework is designed so that you can earn the credentials and core competencies you need to move forward in your career. You can earn a standalone graduate certificate or you can transfer the qualifying credit hours toward earning a master's degree.

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Foundations in Global Supply Chain Management

Global Supply Chain Resource Planning and Management

Relationship Management, Procurement and Sourcing Strategy

Logistics, Distribution and Warehousing

Supply Chain Management Decision Support Tools and Applications

Accounting and Finance: Managerial Use and Analysis

Leadership and Organizational Behavior

Strategic Management in a Global Environment

Foundations in Global Supply Chain Management
GSCM520 – 3 credit hours
This course focuses on core concepts and techniques required for directing and controlling processes that convert resources into goods and services. Coursework emphasizes integrating all aspects of the supply chain so that the quantity of goods being produced or acquired is accurate, and both time- and cost-efficient.
Prerequisite: None
Global Supply Chain Resource Planning and Management
GSCM530 – 3 credit hours
This course examines concepts and methods of directing and controlling processes that result in optimal supply chain efficiency. Demand management and forecasting; master production scheduling; material requirements and capacity resource planning; the Theory of Constraints; distribution requirements planning; and inventory management are emphasized.
Prerequisite: GSCM520
Relationship Management, Procurement and Sourcing Strategy
GSCM540 – 3 credit hours
This course provides an overview of sourcing relationships, including their strategy and implementation. Coursework examines the role of supply management across a global, upstream corporate value chain consisting of suppliers and outsourcers. Topics include make versus buy versus partner decisions; supplier evaluation, selection, assessment and quality assurance; the sourcing/procurement and partnering processes; relationship management; and purchasing ethics.
Prerequisite: GSCM520
Logistics, Distribution and Warehousing
GSCM550 – 3 credit hours
This course examines physical supply and distribution systems critical to efficient integrated supply chains. Coursework addresses analytical and managerial methods applied to key components of facility location and materials management; logistics; distribution; transportation; warehousing; channel selection; logistics information systems; metrics and assessments; total cost analytics; and freight management.
Prerequisite: GSCM520
Supply Chain Management Decision Support Tools and Applications
GSCM560 – 3 credit hours
This course emphasizes analyzing supply chain information. Coursework examines supply chain design and integration; constraint, inventory and advanced demand management; and risk pooling.
Prerequisite: GSCM520
Accounting and Finance: Managerial Use and Analysis
ACCT504 – 3 credit hours
This course introduces core accounting and finance concepts, as well as tools used to summarize the accounting of business transactions into statements. Students use these tools to diagnose and document an organization's fiscal health, as well as examine financial analyses and statements for management control, decision-making and reporting.
Prerequisite: None
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
MGMT591 – 3 credit hours
This course examines inter- and intrapersonal dynamics as they affect achievement of corporate goals. Topics include theories of organizational behavior concepts and applications, including motivation, group dynamics, organizational communication processes, leadership, power, authority, team building and organizational development. Managing change in a complex domestic and international environment is also emphasized. Students are provided with a solid foundation for examining organizational behavior in a systematic manner.
Prerequisite: None
Strategic Management in a Global Environment
MGMT599 – 3 credit hours
This course presents a structure for formulating and implementing long-range corporate plans in the context of broad strategic issues that affect the firm. Students refine environmental assessment skills, craft strategies and study global competitive issues to enhance their ability to think strategically and develop sustainable competitive advantages.
Prerequisite: ACCT504, and either ENTR550 or MKTG522; or ACCT504 and permission from the appropriate academic administrator

FINANCING OPTIONS

There are many scholarships and other financial aid options available for qualifying students that may help make your graduate education more affordable. Click one of the links below for more info.