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Supply Chain Management Certificate

Drive productivity in the global consumer marketplace.

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OHIO's Supply Chain Management Certificate provides business and non-business majors at Ohio University the opportunity to demonstrate the comprehension of key supply chain theories, practices and the development of skills needed to participate in various supply chain career paths. The certificate requires a minimum of 15 credit hours.  

The state of Ohio has historically been a logistics hub given its geographic location, access to several major highway networks, and the establishment of many Fortune 1000 firms in the region. Successful certificate graduates are prepared for logistics and supply chain positions. 

Courses in Supply Chain Certificate

Full certificate information can be found in the academic catalog.

Core Courses (9 credit hours)

Complete one of the following (3 credit hours each):

  • MGT 3000 - Principles of Operations

  • MGT 3200 - Operations Management

  • SAM 3010 - Managing Processes and Supply Chains Credit Hours: 3

Complete the following (3 credit hours each):

  • MGT 3270 - Sustainable Supply Chain Management
  • MKT 4040 - Logistics and Supply Chain Management

 

Elective Course (6 credit hours)

Complete at least two of the following courses for a minimum of 6 hours (3 credit hours each):

  • ETM 1100 - Introduction to Manufacturing Processes

  • ETM 4420 - Purchasing and Supply Chain Management

  • ISE 4170 - Lean Manufacturing and Service Systems

  • ISE 4360 - Facility Planning and Design

  • ISE 4370 - Manufacturing Systems

  • ISE 4490 - Project Management (2 credit hours)

  • ISE 4325 - Supply Chain Engineering

  • MGT 3250 - Project Management

  • MIS 2200 - Systems Analysis and Design

  • MIS 3800 - Enterprise Systems Implementation

  • MKT 4100 - Sustainability Marketing

  • SAM 3000 - Managing Systems and Projects

Contact Us

To get started in this program or to learn more about studying supply-chain management in college, please contact Khurrum Bhutta. The Supply Chain Management Certificate does not include an application process.