Lead the seamless and reliable connection between suppliers and consumers.
Organizations today are seeking professionals able to lead and develop sustainable, socially-equitable and profitable supply chains – the journey goods take from raw materials to being fully packaged and sales-ready on shelves.
Sustainably sourcing goods while navigating fair labor workforce practices across countries has impacted all areas of international trade and global supply chains. By 2031, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the demand for supply chain professionals to grow by 28 percent.
Supply Chain Management encompasses nearly every aspect of business. A strong supply chain can create significant competitive advantages. It involves systems thinking, negotiations, and streamlining complex operational and logistical challenges.
CSU’s Global Supply Chain graduate certificate will prepare you for higher levels of management with skills related to understanding product flow, just-in-time delivery, ethics, risk management, innovation, sustainability and more. All credits earned in this certificate may be transferred into our Online MBA or Evening MBA.
What you'll learn
Those who complete the Global Supply Chain Certificate will be able to:
Define supply chain management and articulate its role in effectively and efficiently operating within an organization.
Identify how global supply chains leverage purchasing, manufacturing, and logistics to operate and make decisions to support strategic and tactical activities.
Recognize the role supply chains play in ethics, risk management, innovation, and both environmental and social sustainability.
Integrate best practices in leadership, decision making, and uphold and build strong relationships between supplier and customer organizations.
Certificate at a Glance
||Courses are offered such that the certificate may be completed in 2 semesters
||$998 per credit for 2023-2024
Graduate Certificate in Global Supply Chain
‡Additional prerequisite coursework may be required.
Admissions, Deadlines and Financial Aid
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