The Supply Chain Management post-graduate certificate is a 10-month program that provides hands-on education in the field of supply chain management. The program will provide students with the tools necessary to strategize solutions to complex problems and situations and will develop their competence in the area of planning, sourcing, producing and delivery products and services. The program will prepare students with an existing bachelor's degree in business or engineering to understand and work in the supply chain management industry in Saskatchewan and Canadian public and private enterprise. Students will develop skills and knowledge in fields of procurement, negotiations, leadership, logistics, risk management and information systems.
You will apply theory to real-world scenarios in business situations, case studies, group projects and role playing exercises. You will be provided with a mentorship opportunity while completing your capstone project.
Graduates from the Supply Chain Management post-graduate certificate may qualify for advanced standing toward the Supply Chain Management Association designation.
Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) and transfer credit are not available for this program.
|Sample Job Title||NOC Classification1||Earning Potential2|
|Freight Supervisor||Supervisors, Supply Chain, Tracking and Scheduling Co-ordination Occupations (1215)||$31,200 - $83,200|
|Warehouse Supervisor||Supervisors, Supply Chain, Tracking and Scheduling Co-ordination Occupations (1215)||$31,200 - $83,200|
|Material Manager||Purchasing Managers (0113)||$52,000 - $150,100|
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Sponsored programs or programs targeted to specific groups do not accept applications year round or maintain an application pool.
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