|Categories:||Certificate / Endorsement, Graduate|
|Completion Time:||1 year *|
* Based on 2 classes per semester including summer
Students receiving an SCM certificate at the graduate level would be required to complete twelve, including: the graduate-level supply chain management course, the existing core ERP course, and two of the five supply chain management related electives listed below.
- MBA students will be effective communicators, using information technology to enhance decision making through better communication.
- MBA students are prepared to be socially responsible, effective business leaders with an awareness of cultural and diversity issues and the ability to make ethical decisions.
- MBA students will be critical thinkers who are able to use concepts from strategic management to integrate relevant information, decision-making techniques, and concepts from multiple business disciplines to make decisions in new or unfamiliar circumstances.
- MBA students can effectively and legally access and use information to prepare an effective written report that supports decision making.
- MBA students will be competent in the business discipline.
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Supply Chain Management Certificate Program
Students receiving a SCM certificate at the graduate level would be required to complete twelve, including: the graduate level supply chain management course, the existing core ERP course, and two of the five supply chain management related electives listed below.
Supply Chain Management Certificate Program Requirements (12 credit hours)
|SCM||6003||Enterprise Resource Planning|
|SCM||6063||Supply Chain Management|
Select six credit hours from the following
|SCM||6023||Supply Chain Sourcing|
|SCM||6033||Supply Chain Security|
|SCM||6043||Sustainable SCM Practices|
|SCM||6053||RFID Technology Utilization|
|SCM||6073||Special Topics in Supply Chain Management|
A student may be admitted into the MBA program if he/she holds a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university regardless of the undergraduate field of study. Should a student have an undergraduate degree other than business, prerequisites would include:
- Six hours of principles of accounting (sophomore level or above),
- Three hours of business finance or financial management (junior level or above),
- Three hours of statistics (at the junior level or above),
- Three hours of principles of marketing (at the junior level or above),
- Three hours of micro- economics (sophomore level or above), and
- Three hours of organization theory and behavior or principles of management (junior level or above).