Supply chain and logistics positions are some of the most important jobs in an entire business. Think about it – if a manufacturer doesn’t have a steady supply of materials coming into their factories at the right price, business grinds to a halt.
When you think of supply-chain work, what comes to mind? Maybe, a guy driving a forklift in a dusty old factory? That outdated image is a huge hurdle for an industry that badly needs new talent in procurement, forecasting and analytics, logistics and transportation, and supplier relationship management. In fact, it is expected that Supply Chain Management (SCM) jobs will increase at rate of 22% for the next several years. Would you like to be part of this growth? If so, a Certificate in Supply Chain Management at Sinclair may be the right decision for your future.
By obtaining a certificate in SCM, you are better prepared in a wide variety of positions such as Fleet Manager, Warehouse Manager, Inventory Analyst, Procurement Manager, Production Supervisor, and Customer Service Manager in health care, government, manufacturing and distribution organizations.
SCM specialists have opportunities for management positions at all levels in virtually every type of business, throughout small and medium-sized businesses, corporations, industries, nonprofit organizations and government agencies.
Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program: View the Gainful Employment Information
|BIS 1120||Introduction to Software Applications||3|
|COM 2225||Small Group Communication||3|
|ENG 1131||Business Communications||3|
|MAN 1106||Introduction to Radio Frequency Identification||1|
|MAN 1157||Management Applications of Radio Frequency Identification Technology||2|
|MAN 2144||Negotiation Techniques||3|
|MAN 2159||Supply Chain Management Concepts & Applications||3|
|(MAN 2101 OR MAN 2140)||3|
|(MAN 2110 OR MAN 2155)||3|
|OPT 1101||Introduction to Operations||3|
|(MAT 1120 OR Ohio Transfer Module: Mathematics Elective)||3|