Supply Chain Management Program

Taught by Rutgers

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Skills you will gain: Forecasting, Logistics, Lean Six Sigma, Supply Chain Risk Management, Warehouse Management, Inventory, Microsoft Excel, Planning, Demand Forecasting

Master the Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management: Logistics, Operations, Planning, Sourcing, and Strategy.

This Specialization is an introduction to the fascinating world of Supply Chain Management. When you complete the program, you’ll have a richer understanding of the complexities that companies are facing in today’s global networked economy. 

The Specialization is for you, if: 1. you’re looking to start a career in Supply Chain Management, but lack the basic background; 2. you’re working with people in Supply Chain Management and want to understand their daily challenges better; 3. you’re fascinated by how the global economy is linked together by the flow of products, information, and finances.

The Supply Chain Management Specialization is made up of five basic courses in logistics, operations, planning, and sourcing, followed by a capstone course in Supply Chain Management Strategy. The Supply Chain Logistics course will cover transportation, warehousing and inventory, and logistics network design. The Supply Chain Operations course covers techniques used to optimize flow and focuses specifically on Six Sigma quality and Lean practices. In the Supply Chain Planning course, you’ll master different forecasting approaches. The Supply Chain Sourcing course deals with different techniques that help you create lasting and productive supplier relationships. Finally, in the capstone course on Supply Chain Management Strategy you’ll solve a real-life business case.

Disclaimer: You will have five months to complete this course.  After that time your license will expire.

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1720 Hudiburg Dr.

Midwest City, OK 73110

405.733.7488

tpratt@rose.edu