Understanding the most reliable, cost-effective ways to source materials, assemble products, manage inventory, and deliver products to customers has always been essential to business success. As all businesses have become increasingly global and advances in information technology continue to reshape manufacturing, transportation, inventory control, and customer relationship management, supply chain management has become an even more fascinating and rewarding field.
Build Essential Foundation in Supply Chain Management
Whether you’ve already started a career in Supply Chain Management and want to augment your basic business and management skills with specific supply chain expertise or you want to make the transition to supply chain from another business discipline, D’Amore-McKim’s Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management will give you the tools and confidence you need to establish or further your future in supply chain.
Learn from recognized Supply Chain leaders.
Since 1970, D’Amore-McKim has been a pioneer in Supply Chain research and education. Our Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management was one of the first programs of its kind in the nation Our Supply Chain faculty—13 members strong—is made up of nationally recognized Supply Chain scholars and practitioners.
Pursue a successful Supply Chain career in a variety of industries
Students who have completed the Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management have gone on to successful careers in four key areas:
- Corporate supply chain management in areas such as transportation, inventory control, warehousing, logistics information systems, and supply chain development
- Management with airlines, railroads, trucking companies, ocean carriers, mass transit operations, and third-party logistics companies
- Consulting services, providing clients with expertise in a broad range of supply chain management and transportation topics
- Policy development, operations, or administration with federal, state, and local government transportation agencies
Turn your Supply Chain Certificate into an MBA
Courses begin in September (Fall), January (Spring) or May (Summer). You can transfer credit for any course in which you earn a 3.0 or better to our Part-Time MBA program, which includes the opportunity to dive even deeper into Supply Chain or combine your Supply Chain skills with a specialization in a complementary business discipline such as International Business or Technical Entrepreneurship.