Supply Chain Management Program


Our Supply Chain Management Program provides an overview of many of the key components of supply chain management and logistics, including strategic management, resource planning, technology, global issues, procurement, warehousing, and material handling. Explore current trends and concentrate on the areas of the supply chain that are experiencing the most growth. The required courses have been designed to be relevant for both those with no previous knowledge or experience within the supply chain sector and those who are already working in the industry but striving for advancement or seeking different opportunities.

This supply chain program is accredited by the Canadian Supply Chain Research Foundation (CSCRF) in partnership with the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA). This means our program meets the CSCRF National Accreditation Program standards, which were created with significant input from supply chain stakeholders; are based on national and international best practices and principles; and include requirements for course/program assessment, design, development, and delivery as well as student evaluation.

This program is also accredited by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT). Program participants will be granted a Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport of North America (CILTNA) student membership, which provides access to free CILTNA events and a discount on paid events.

Completion Details

Once you have completed all the requirements of this program, you can request to receive a certificate using the department contact information on this web page. Program graduates (past and present) can also request to receive the CILT International Diploma in Logistics and Transport using the department contact information on this web page. According to the CILT, the International Diploma in Logistics and Transport "is designed to support professionals involved in planning logistics operations and who are already in supervisory or operational management roles. It’s also ideal for graduates with non-business degrees moving into the logistics field." Program graduates who can demonstrate one year of work experience in the logistics or transportation industry are eligible for the working-level CILTNA membership (MILT).

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