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The Certificate in Supply Chain Management offers supply chain management training classes online and at company-sponsored sites.
The certificate is designed for those who wish to gain a broad education in the principles of supply chain management. Those already in the fields of production and inventory control, manufacturing, quality assurance, purchasing and procurement as well as those anticipating a career change will benefit from practical training in classes presented by professionals currently employed in the field.
Course topics include: supply chain management, detailed scheduling and planning, material requirements planning, capacity requirements planning, inventory management, supplier planning, procurement, operations execution and control, production processes, quality incentives, inventory control, master planning of resources, forecasting, master scheduling, strategic management of resources, and integrating operating processes into the strategic plan.
CSUDH is Fully Accredited by WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges).
The tuition for each three-unit course is in the course schedule. Textbooks and other related materials are not included in the tuition. Projected budget to complete the certificate program is approximately $3,500 (including all materials). There are five courses in the program.
Courses offered via the web from CSUDH cover the same curriculum as those offered at local industry sites. In order to participate, you need an e-mail account and access to the World Wide Web. If you are taking an Internet class, you’ll automatically be set up in Blackboard. Blackboard is the software package used to administer the class. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for Blackboard instructions if you do not receive them by email.
If you’re planning to take this program utilizing only your company’s Internet access (we allow two electronic addresses per student) make sure you can readily reach us and that our email readily reaches you. If you have problems (usually because of "fire walls") you should contact your company’s system coordinator. You may want to consider accessing the Internet either from home, a local library or school or in some other way until these problems can be resolved. We have little to no difficulty with most systems but we feel it best if problems are encountered and resolved BEFORE you begin the program.
No application is required for entering the certificate program. You must complete five courses achieving an over-all grade point average of 2.5 or better. Once you have completed all the courses in the certificate, you may apply to receive the certificate by clicking here.
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
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