Graduate Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management
The Graduate Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) is an interdisciplinary certificate between the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, College of Engineering, and the Department of Management, Trulaske College of Business. The certificate is a 12 credit-hour interdisciplinary certificate consisting of two Supply Chain courses (one from Management and one from Industrial Engineering) and one Analytics elective and one Supply Chain / Operations elective. Certificate holders will gain knowledge in operations management, analytics, sourcing/procurement, logistics, distribution, transportation, information technology, and decision sciences.
The certificate requires the completion of 12 credit hours with a 3.00 GPA.
Academic Requirements for the Stand-Alone Certificate:
The prerequisite for the stand-alone certificate is a baccalaureate degree and prior statistical coursework. Students with either an AACSB accredited BS in Business or an ABET-accredited BS in Industrial Engineering will meet this requirement. Students who are pursuing the stand-alone certificate must dually enroll in the Graduate School, be admitted to the GSCM Graduate Certificate Program and receive graduate credit for their 12 semester hours of stand-alone certificate courses.
Academic Requirements for the Obtaining Certificate as part of other MU degree:
Students currently enrolled in MU MBA, MS Business or MS/PhD Industrial Engineering programs will meet admission requirements and need to complete the required 12-semester credits of the GSCM program.
|Required Courses- 6 credit hours||6|
|MANGMT 7070||Supply Chain Management||3|
|IMSE 8370||Supply Chain Modeling and Analysis (MANGMT 7070 should be taken prior)||3|
|Analytics Track- 3 credit hours from the following:||3|
|IMSE 7410||Data Engineering and Predictive Modeling||3|
|IMSE 8001||Advanced Topics in Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering (Advanced Analytics with Engr Applications)||3|
|IMSE 8110||Design and Analysis of Engineering Experiments||3|
|MANGMT 7450||Business Analytics||3|
|MRKTNG 8180||Applied Statistics for Marketing Analytics||3|
|MRKTNG 8760||Marketing Analytics for Business Decisions||1-3|
|MRKTNG 8780||Advanced Marketing Analytics||1-3|
|MRKTNG 8800||R for Marketing Analytics||1.5|
|Supply Chain/Operations Track- 3 credit hours from the following:||3|
|IMSE 7330||Material Flow and Logistics System Design||3|
|IMSE 7350||Production and Operations Analysis||3|
|IMSE 7360||Supply Chain Engineering||3|
|IMSE 7370||Service Systems Engineering and Management||3|
|IMSE 8030||Advanced Manufacturing and Supply Systems||3|
|IMSE 8310||Advanced Integrated Production Systems||3|
|MANGMT 7080||Managing Global Trade||3|
|MANGMT 7090||Purchasing and Supply Management||3|
|MANGMT 7430||Operations Strategy||1-3|
|MANGMT 8510||Project Management||1-3|
James S. Noble, Professor