The Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is an 18-hour course of study designed to provide a focused, intensive study of important issues within logistics and, more broadly, in supply chain management. Three required courses provide thorough background in operations, logistics, and supply chain management. Three elective courses allow specialization in areas such as logistics and supply chain software, international logistics, operations research, electronic commerce, and quality.

Students must complete the following six courses or approved substitutes, if course waivers are appropriate:

Required courses:
LOM 5320 Production and Operations Management
LOM 6330 Business Logistics Systems
MKT 5770 Supply Chain Management


Nine additional hours (generally 3 courses) from:
IS 6833 Decision Support Systems
IS 6835 Electronic Commerce
BA 5301 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
BA 5198 Seminar in Business Administration
BA 5299 Individual Research
BA 5333 Topics in Logistics and Supply Chain Mgmt
LOM 5312 Advanced Statistical Methods for Management Decisions
LOM 5322 Lean Production
LOM 5324 Service Operation Management
LOM 5326 Quality Management
LOM 6331 Logistics and Supply Chain Operational Modeling
LOM 6332 Logistics and Supply Chain Strategic Modeling
LOM 5350 Management Science Methods
LOM 5354 Simulation for Managerial Decision Making
LOM 5381 International Logistics and Operations Mgmt
LOM 6354 Advanced Operations Research Topics
LOM 6360 Advanced Operations Research Applications
LOM 6395 Seminar in Logistics and Operations Management
MKT 5775 Domestic Transportation

Substitute courses must be approved by the LOM department chair and the director of graduate studies in business. In all cases, 18 hours are needed to complete the Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

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