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        Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Planning

        Plan your future now: Become a supply chain leader 

        The Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Planning places emphasis on the concepts of strategic planning, informed decision-making and supply management trade-offs.  Learn skills to analyze issues related to building supply chain networks and evaluate various strategies that can help improve supply chain performance. Understand issues related to market uncertainty and be prepared to tackle your next supply chain challenge.

        Our practice-focused degree program will expand your understanding of supply chain issues, share industry best practices, and help you with strategic planning. You will have the chance to receive a top-ranked education and to move up in your career.

        Why a Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Planning?

        The Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management Planning will help you:

        • Understand the importance of fit between business strategy and supply chain capabilities.
        • Analyze issues related to developing distribution and fulfillment networks. 
        • Devise appropriate analysis to undertake aggregate planning and make capacity allocation decisions.
        • Deal with issues related to supply chain uncertainty and leveraging supply chain coordination. 

        Certificate Details

        • Admissions

          Requirements
          You must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college. The Graduate School will determine whether non-traditional programs are acceptable. Although, a four-year equivalent collegiate educational program is required. Appropriate work experience is desired but not required. 

          How to Apply
          Schedule an appointment with the admissions advisor.

          Deadlines
          International applicants should submit all required materials at least 90 days before the first day of class of the semester in which the student wishes to begin graduate study. Domestic students should submit all materials at least 45 days before the first class day. However, most academic units make admission decisions several months in advance. Thus, applicants should check with the department to which they seek admission to determine when materials should be submitted. Contact April Hurley at ash0008@auburn.edu for more information about deadlines.

          For more frequently asked questions about the application process, please visit the Graduate School website.

        • Curriculum

          The program requires the completion of 4 courses (12 total credit hours):

          • BUSI 7150—Operational Excellence
          • BUSI 7120—Quantitative Decision Making
          • SCMN 6500—Supply Chain Planning
          • ISMN 6370—Project Management
        • Tuition

          Tuition for online students is $900 per credit hour regardless of residency. The certificate is a 9 credit hour program. The most up to date tuition for graduate and certificate programs may be found here.

          Due to federal guidelines and regulations, Graduate Certificate programs do not qualify for financial aid.

          Note: In addition to tuition, on-campus students pay $200 per credit hour in graduate professional fees.

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        Apply for a Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Planning

        Begin your application today and designate your interest in either the on-campus or online (distance) program by choosing either Certificate/Graduate—Supply Chain Planning for on-campus or Certificate/Graduate—Supply Chain Planning, Online for online.

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        April Hurley

        April Hurley

        Student Services Coordinator