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Graduate Engineering Supply Chain Certificate

College of Engineering

Companies are continuously working towards aligning their operations with supply chain management solutions. This certificate provides the theory, principles, and implications of supply chain management relevant for today’s engineering. It is intended to provide students with an understanding of the strategic and tactical elements of supply chains. In particular this certificate is aimed for the engineer who is actively engaged in supply chain management and decision-making.

The certificate consists of four 3-credit courses. Each course is in-class/online hybrid that enables students to participate either fully online, fully in-class or any combination of the two. Course Credits earned are transferable to other graduate certificates as well as a future master’s degree if: 1) transferred within 6 years, 2) grade is B or greater.

Study Method: Online and optional evening in-class sessions
Terms: Fall, Spring, Summer
Coursework: 12 credits

Admissions Requirements

  1. Bachelor’s degree in engineering, or a closely related field, from an accredited college or university.
  2. Those seeking admission to the graduate certificate program without such a degree may petition to have their baccalaureate degree and professional experience accepted as a substitute.
  3. Students who earn this Graduate Certificate, and later seek to transfer the course credit towards a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering or Engineering Management must earn a minimum 3.0 GPA for the certificate, and only classes with “B” or better will transfer for credit.
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Course Requirements

EMGT/IE 619 – Engineering Supply Chain
EMGT/IE 645 – Quantitative Models of Supply Chain Management
EMGT/IE 644 – Quality Systems and Process Improvement
EMGT/IE 626 – Discrete Event Simulation

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