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Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Get Moving
Business Depends on Supply Chain Management

Organizations in most industries rely on supply chain managers to oversee the flow of goods, services and processes that transform raw materials into final products. Supply chain managers coordinate the flow of information, funds and products in order to maximize customer value and keep a competitive advantage.

Learn how to develop supply chain solutions for your organization as you increase your knowledge of how to use supply chain networks to secure, produce and deliver products to the global marketplace.

Accelerated & Online Format

5 Courses $299 Each
($100 Savings when Register for all 5)
— Online Training, Scheduled Classes —

This noncredit certificate is for individuals working or aspiring to work in a supply chain management capacity and is
designed to serve individuals with or without formal education or previous experience in SCM. This certificate provides exposure to 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 Noncredit Certificate Courses (6 Weeks Each)
Core Certificate Courses Dates Description                                                                       

Jan 3-Feb 11, 2022

Aug 15 - Sep 23, 2022
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.

Feb 14-Mar 25, 2022

Sep 26-Nov 4, 2022                
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.

Mar 28-May 6, 2022

Nov 7-Dec 16, 2022
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                                                                                                               Jan 3-Feb 11, 2022

May 9-Jun 17, 2022

Jan 9-Feb 17, 2023
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.

Jun 20-Aug 5, 2022

Feb 20-Mar 31, 2023
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.

Be the Future of Business

  • IF YOU ARE A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE with two years' experience in supply chain management or four years' experience in other management functions.
  • IF YOU A MANAGER who wants to advance your career or transition into the Supply Chain Management field.
  • IF ARE A SCM/LOGISTICS/OPERATONS WORKERS seeking a managerial role in Supply Chain Management.

Gain a Competitive Edge

Upon completion of either program above, students will receive an exclusive UW-Green Bay Digital Badge (also known
as micro-credentialing). A Digital Badge is a micro-credential that validates an accomplishment, mastery of a skill or
competency a learner has earned. This badge gives you a distinct competitive edge in the job market.

Take the Next Step

Let UW-Green Bay help advance your career. Each course is $299, excluding cost of book or e-book, and if you register for all five you get $100 off. 



If you would like more information or have any questions, please contact Judy Price, Outreach Specialist, at or 920-366-8328.

Online Learning Glossary

Cou‚Äčrse Management System: A course management system consists of a set of educational and online tools. The educators are able to use these tools in order to create an online course with various types of content, such as videos or audio files. This content can then be posted on the internet without any need to use computer programming languages or HTML.  The UW system uses Canvas as its online course management system. 

Mixed: A mixed class is presented in a combination of online formats, often scheduled and virtual. 

Scheduled: Similar to an in-person class, in a scheduled or synchronous class the instructor will present material on a day by day or weekly basis with set times for study and response.

Self-Paced: The learner has the control of the amount of material and duration they need in order to learn the information properly. It differs from other learning methods because the learner is in control of what they learn and when they learn it.  Self-paced courses don’t follow a set schedule, and there is no real-time interaction. They are all about flexibility. All of the course materials are available as soon as the course starts, and the learner goes through them at their own speed. This online teaching format may also be called asynchronous

Virtual: An online learning environment that is virtual means an instructor will show, explain or test certain skills that can help others to learn. The class takes place in real-time with specified start and end times. The instructor and other students have to use video conferencing software like Zoom, Blackboard, Microsoft Teams, Cloud Meeting, WebEx or other to interact with each other face-to-face in a virtual space. Virtual training is used not only for educational purposes but for commercial as well as industrial training also.