Also see the online Certificate in Supply Chain Management ►
The certificate is for people who wish to gain a broad education in the principles of purchasing and procurement management. Those already in the field of procurement, as well as those anticipating a career change will benefit from this practical training taught by leading professionals currently employed in Purchasing.
Topics covered include cost-price analysis, negotiation, public sector procurement, legal and regulatory considerations, specification, standardization, supply, ethical issues, partnering, total quality procurement, and logistics.
The tuition for each three-unit course is listed in the schedule. Textbooks, workbooks and other related materials are not included in the tuition.
No application is required for entering the certificate program. To earn the certificate, you must complete the five courses offered achieving an over-all grade point average of 2.5 or better. The certificate must be completed within three years once the student has started the program. Once you have completed all the courses in the certificate, you may apply to receive the certificate by clicking here.
To register for a class, just call 877-GO-HILLS (877-464-4557). After you have registered, you'll automatically be set up in Blackboard. Blackboard is the software package used to administer the course material. You can also send an email to Frank Putz, instructor, at firstname.lastname@example.org for Blackboard instructions if you do not receive them by email.
There are no prerequisites for enrollment and no admission process. When you're ready to register, call 310-243-3741.
Have questions about the program? Call 310-243-2075 (M-F) or email email@example.com
I really enjoyed all my classes. You're a great instructor. I haven't taken a class in 30 years and you gave me the self-confidence to go and finish my degree, which is really hard at my age. I cannot thank you enough." Diane Tompkins, Torrance, CA, Northrop Grumman Employee
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