Supply Chain Management Certificate
Why a Supply Chain Management Certificate?
The delivery of goods and services has become increasingly complex. The Supply Chain Management (SCM) certificate uniquely prepares students to execute best practices in the procurement, production, and distribution of goods and services. Considering the growing attention that SCM has received, students in various fields would benefit from developing a solid background in processes related to the flow of material and information from supplier to customer and vice versa.
15 Credit Hours
Required Courses (12 credit hours)
Elective Course (3 credit hours) - Choose one:
Certificate can be completed by degree seeking students at Kansas State University, obtained as a credential on its own (free-standing), as a non-degree, certificate seeking student, or earned post-baccalaureate. Certificate is not an option for Operations and Supply Chain Management majors.
Students must achieve a cumulative 2.5 GPA on all courses taken to fulfill the requirements of the certificate program.
- Course pre-requisites may apply. See University Undergraduate Course Catalog for details.
- Prior permission is required from the CBA to take a class at another institution.
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