Learn to efficiently manage the flow of products from raw material sourcing to manufacturing, transportation, and inventory management in the graduate certificate in Supply Chain Management. Explore the six pillars of supply chain management and learn how they intersect with other skillsets like logistics, IT, and financial planning. You’ll work with industry leaders to create plans that deliver products in the most cost-effective, streamlined way possible.
The graduate certificate in Supply Chain Management is offered jointly between the Daniels College of Business, University College, and the Transportation Institute at the University of Denver.
At a Glance
Skills You'll Learn
Apply the six pillars of supply chain management to real-world issues
Analyze and develop sustainable systems for distributing a variety of products, including closed loop supply chain
Manage processes with cutting-edge technology
Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program, please visit our website at http://www.du.edu/learn/certificates/disclosure/tran.html
Finish a graduate certificate in as few as six months or take up to a year. Choose your time to completion to get a better sense of what your schedule will look like during your certificate program. Note this sample schedule is for the six-course Certificate of Advanced Study.
Supply Chain Manager Salary: National Average
Flexible Online Classes
We understand the demands of balancing work, friends and family, and school can be challenging. That's why at University College, you can complete your program entirely online. Our online learning platform makes it easy to work anywhere at any time.
University College programs maintain the highest level of accreditation offered by The Higher Learning Commission, one of the regional accrediting bodies recognized by the federal government. The University of Denver and all of its academic programs are regionally accredited by this commission, and regional accreditation is the highest standard for universities in the United States.