Today’s successful Logistics and Supply Chain Management professional thrives on efficiently managing the production and distribution of goods-from supply acquisition to delivery of the finished goods worldwide. Well-trained logisticians and supply chain analysts are highly sought after by successful manufacturers. All Logistics certificate courses are offered as a cohort at the Frederick Campus.
The certificate program consists of five graduate courses. These five courses (15 academic credits) can also be applied toward an MBA degree, if a student chooses to complete seven additional courses (22 academic credits).
Logistics and Supply Chain Management Requirements
If a student wishes to change from a certificate only program to a degree program, he/she must submit a Change of Program Request Form.
A maximum of 15 credits from the post-baccalaureate certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management may apply to the Business Administration with Logistics and Supply Chain Management Post-Baccalaureate Certificate, MBA program. Deadline: Students must submit a Change of Program Request Form to their program director before completing the requirements for the certificate.