Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business
Graduate Certificate in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Today’s successful Logistics and Supply Chain Management professional thrives on efficiently and effectively 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 by successful manufacturers. Graduates will find employment opportunities as process, physical distribution, and logistics consulting services experts. Salaries for recent graduates are expected to increase by 83% in the next five years, and rank near the top among various business majors. (SOC code 11-3071.03)
Students in the certificate program will develop cross-functional team skills that emphasize cost analysis, e-business, logistics network modeling, and information management. By combining this certificate with an MBA, graduates will also benefit from the Mount’s core curriculum required of all business students.
The certificate program consists of five graduate courses that can also be applied toward an MBA degree. Courses are offered on an accelerated basis, meeting one night a week, 6 – 9:30 p.m., over 8 weeks at the Mount's Frederick Campus.
• Program Requirements
• Course Descriptions
• Admission Requirements and Application
• Tuition and Fees:
Tuition - $523 / credit
Fees - none
Books - Approximately $100 / course
• Gainful Employment Disclosure