Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management
The Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management is an interdisciplinary certificate between the Department of Management, Trulaske College of Business, and the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, College of Engineering. For more information on the Global Supply Chain Management Certificate, please visit our website.
The certificate requires the completion of 15 credit hours with a 3.00 cumulative GPA in all certificate coursework. To obtain this certificate you must be a degree seeking student.
|Supply Chain Management|
or IMSE 4350
|Production and Operations Analysis|
|Project Management Fundamentals|
|Managing Global Trade|
|Purchasing and Supply Management|
|Management Analytics and Spreadsheet Modeling|
|Marketing Supply Chain Analytics|
|Material Flow and Logistics System Design|
|Supply Chain Engineering|
|Service Systems Engineering and Management|
|Six Sigma Methodology|
|Problems in Industrial Engineering|
or MANGMT 4185
|Problems in Management|
|Note: IMSE 4085 Problems in Industrial Engineering or MANAGMT 4185 Problems in Management course (3 credit hours) may only be taken once under the supervision of a faculty with supply chain expertise to meet the elective requirement of the GSCM Certificate only when courses are not offered that fit into their degree program prior to their completion of their respective undergraduate degree.|
|Professional Development Program - Internship|
or MANGMT 4940
|Professional Management Internship|
or IMSE 4910
|Industrial Engineering Internship|
Satisfactory completion of a supervised internship (summer or regular semester), with significant supply chain job functions and a minimum of 120 hours on-the-job experience. Internships that qualify for this Certificate will need to be approved by the Program Coordinator as a part of the Certificate application process.
Trulaske College of Business students can satisfy the internship requirement by completing a suitable internship under the College's BUS_AD 4500 requirement. If a business student has already completed BUS_AD 4500 with an internship that does not meet the supply chain requirement of this certificate program, that individual would be advised to register for 3 credit hours under MANGMT 4940 for an internship that would qualify. If you are not a student in the Trulaske College of Business or Engineering, that student would be advised to enroll in MANGMT 4940.