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Global Supply Chain Management Certificate

Starting Fall 2018

The Department of Management, Trulaske College of Business, and the Department of Industrial and Mfg Systems Engineering, College of Engineering, at the University of Missouri are offering an interdisciplinary undergraduate Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM).

Over the last several decades SCM has gained broad acceptance by both academics and practitionersand is currently considered a core discipline in business/industrial engineering education. SCM draws heavily upon expertise inoperations management, strategic management, marketing, logistics, transportation, information technology, and decision sciences.SCM is not merely an effort to increase operational and cost efficiencies; the implementation of SCM approaches and tools have strategic implications for an increasingly competitive business environment.

A career in SCM presents with a wide range of opportunities. The 2016 Peerless Research Group (PRG)/Logistics Managementsurvey,reported a $105,675 average compensation for occupations within the scope of SCM. According to the 2017 CNNMoney/PayScale survey, a SCM director’s position is among the best jobs in America. The potential job functions in SCM include purchasing, operations and production, transportation, distribution, supply chain planning, warehousing and materials handling, import/export operations, sales, inventory control, and supply chain analytics.

Global Supply Chain Management Certificate Requirements

Requirements: 15 completed hours, 3.0 GPA in the 15 completed hours

Required nine hours

MANGMT 4201 (topics)           Introduction to Supply Chain Management (NEW)

MANGMT 4010                          Operations Management
or IMSE 4350                              Production and Operations Analysis

BUS AD 4500                              Practicum course – internship must be in SCM
or IMSE 4910                              Industrial Engineering Internship – must be SCM related

Complete six additional hours from the list below:

MANGMT 3930                         Managing Global Trade

MANGMT 4060                         Project Management Fundamentals

MANGMT 4450                         Management of Electronic Commerce

MRKTNG 4250                          Retail Marketing

MRKTNG 4201-01                     Marketing Supply Chain Analytics

IMSE 4330                                   Material Flow and Logistics System Design

IMSE 4360                                   Supply Chain Engineering

IMSE 4370                                   Service System Engineering and Management

IMSE 4380                                   Six Sigma Methodology

Process

Students complete an online application to applyfor certificate (contact Shannon Breske – breskes@missouri.edu),Industrial Engineering students should also notify Dr. Noble. Theinternship experience (IMSE 4910) for IMSE students with a SCM focus must be approved by Dr. Noble.

Upon completion of the certificate requirements, Shannon Breske will send a graduation list to the appropriate respective Undergraduate Advising Office to make official the GSCM certificate. The GSCM certificate is listedon the student’s official transcript.

Download Sample Program of Study here.

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