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Supply Chain Management Noncredit Certificate

Redefining
Excellence

Business Depends on Supply Chain Management

The pandemic has brought new focus to supply chain management and the need for end-to-end strategies. Organizations rely on supply chain specialists, analysts and managers to oversee the flow of goods, services and processes that transform raw materials into final products. Our certificate program will empower you to take on a greater responsibility in a dynamic career that affects all consumers and corners of industry.

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Dates

Spring Semester

Format

Online, Scheduled Classes

Investment

5 Courses, $299 each
$100 Savings When You Register for All 5

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Take the Next Step in Your Career

Gain a Competitive Edge

Upon successful completion of all five courses, you will receive an exclusive UW-Green Bay credential, a digital badge validating your accomplishment.

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Delivering Value Over the Long Haul

Innovation is a key driver for growth in international supply chain management. Global supply chains and logistics continue to mature and modernize amid constantly changing forces, including economic policies, artificial intelligence and digitization. 

Customers are driving the need for transformation, which means investing in supply chain excellence can only deliver consumer, competitive and shareholder value over the long haul.

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Fulfill Critical Positions

This certificate will benefit you if you seek a critical position within an organization or business, managing complex and challenging supply chains and logistics. You are eligible if you are:

  • High school graduates with two years' experience in supply chain management or four years' experience in other management functions.
  • Managers who want to advance their career or transition into the supply chain management field. 
  • Logistics/operations workers seeking a managerial role in supply chain management.

Courses

The five courses of the Supply Chain Certificate Program (SCM) enable mastery of logistics, transportation, packaging, operations planning, inventory management and enterprise resource planning (ERP), among other supply chain management functions. Course fee does not include cost of book or e-book.
 
Core Courses Dates Description
Supply Chain Management TBA The goal of this course is to provide a high-level overview of the supply chain function and related concepts and to provide an understanding of the activities involved. This course will also provide a basic understanding of the analytical tools and applications used in SCM. The course will introduce students to some challenges in managing global supply chains. The course will also provide an opportunity to students to work in teams, explore a real-life situation related to concepts taught in the class, and do a research project.
Project Management TBA This course provides the knowledge of standardized terms, knowledge areas, process groups and processes defined in the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK®) which is used in project management across the world. This course will prepare students for clearly defining the scope, planning activities, budget and cost management of these activities, HR planning, communication planning, stakeholder analyses and handing over the final product or services to operations at the end of the project.
Logistics Management TBA This course will allow students to deepen their knowledge and understanding of various components of logistics management; its role across other functions in an enterprise; and its importance in the context of the present global business environment. The primary objective of logistics management is to provide support for storage and distribution of goods and services, from an enterprise to customers as well as any returns from customers to an enterprise with or without channel partners. 
Operations Management TBA The operations management course covers activities related to planning in manufacturing and services. The first part of the operations management course will provide features of production/service systems, methods of modeling and control system for operations/service. Topics include aggregate planning, forecasting techniques, work-force, and operations scheduling and material requirement planning. The second part covers the models and techniques for managing inventory systems (both deterministic and stochastic models), and lot sizing in continuous and periodic review systems.
Enterprise Resource Planning TBA This course provides the basic structure of an ERP system in an organization. This course will provide training on various aspects of SCM functions in an ERP system such as how to create/modify/delete an item master, a vendor master, a purchase order/a contract, request an advance from accounts, check inventory of raw material, work-in-progress (WIP), and finished goods and look for demands.

* If you sign-up for all five courses, you can save $100!
 

Need Guidance?

If you have any questions or need additional guidance, please contact Christopher Ledvina, Business Development Specialist. 
 

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