Supply Chain Management & Logistics
Supply Chain Management & Logistics-1 Year
This graduate diploma certificate provides the students with not only the foundational competencies necessary to become a supply chain professional, but also the technical and analytical skills to participate in supply chain strategy and design decisions.
In today’s complex environment, supply chain experts play a key role in making decisions that reduce emissions and drive positive climate action. The students graduate certificate will set them apart because it will ensure that they have the knowledge to assess their firm’s supply chain environmental impacts and drive positive actions to reduce carbon emissions and reduce the use of scarce non-renewable resources.
Knowledge and Skills
Fredericton, NB Canada
- Supply chain analyst
- Logistics analyst
- Inventory planner
- Sourcing specialist
- Fulfilment supervisor
- Production supervisor
- Transportation coordinator
- Warehouse operation manager
- Production coordinator
- Inventory specialist
- Distribution clerk
- Logistics coordinator
A Two- or Three-Year College Diploma, or a Degree
(Note: minimum ‘C+’ average or cumulative 2.5 GPA)
An acceptable combination of related work experience and post-secondary education as judged by the College*
Five years of work experience in the supply chain management field as judged by the College to be equivalent*
- Business Processes I
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management I
- Computer Applications
- Financial and Management Accounting
- Scheduling and Inventory Management
- International Purchasing and Supplier Management
- Sustainability and CSR
- International Business Law
- Logistics and Supply Chain II
- Project Management
- Customs Process
- Supply Chain Integrated Project
- Work Term Preparation (Work-Integrated Learning option only)
- plus: Professional Option Course
- Business Processes II
- Supply Chain Sustainability
TUITION & FEES:
Textbooks: $1750.00 plus 5% tax
- Minimum mark of 70% in each Module with no evaluation method below 70%.
- Minimum mark of 70% with no critical deficiencies in each of the Skills Performance Demonstrations.
- Demonstrate a satisfactory attendance record by completion of the PSW Attendance Form to be kept in the student’s file. All students must complete the 390 practicum hours. If for any reason time is missed, it must be made up and documented.
- Successful completion of all clinical work placement hours and skills requirements.
- Successful completion of the NACC PSW Final Comprehensive Theory Examination (pass mark 65%).
- Resume that the student intends to use for job search.