Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business
Graduate Certificate in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Logistics and supply chain management professionals thrive on efficiently and effectively managing the production and distribution of goods from supply acquisition to delivery of the finished goods worldwide. Graduates will find employment opportunities as process distribution, physical distribution and logistics consulting service experts.
Students in this certificate program will develop cross-functional team skills that emphasize cost analysis, e-business, logistics network modeling and information management.
Students interested in earning a Master of Business Administration (MBA) can do so by completing only seven additional courses. Click here to learn more about the MBA.
Admission Requirements & Application
Individuals wishing to apply for admission into the graduate certificate program in logistics and supply chain management must have completed a Bachelor’s degree and must satisfy at least one of the following:
2.75 minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average or
Five full years of relevant, professional business experience (résumé required) or
500 minimum score on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
Applications are accepted year-round and courses are taken in sequence beginning in August. There is no application fee. Applicants must include:
Free online application; Click here to apply
Official transcript(s) from accredited institutions
The logistics and supply chain management certificate program consists of five graduate courses (15 credits) that may also be applied toward a Master's degree in business administration by completing seven additional courses. Courses are offered in the evening from 6-9:30 p.m. in 8-week accelerated sessions at the Mount's Frederick Campus.
Applications are accepted year-round. Classes for certificate cohorts begin in August. Students wishing to combine a certificate with a MBA can begin MBA classes in spring, summer or fall.
Gainful Employment Disclosure
While the majority of our students choose to earn a post baccalaureate certificate in addition to a graduate degree, some opt for a stand alone certificate program. For those opting to take only the certificate program additional information is provided and required by the federal government regarding program costs, financing, success rate and related occupations. See the Gainful Employment Disclosure information for the Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certificate Program.