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Logistics and supply chain management program student at Mount St. Mary's University.

Logistics & Supply Chain Management Certificate

Part-time program for working adults.

Graduates of the Mount’s logistics and supply chain management program are prepared for a career managing the distribution and receipt of goods. As the global marketplace rapidly expands, organizations value professionals who are efficient and effective.

Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business

The logistics and supply chain management graduate certificate is part of the Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business. The Bolte School has an impeccable reputation for producing successful business leaders, and the entire faculty shares a commitment to ensuring that you receive the knowledge, experience and insight to leave the Mount as a responsible, methodologically sound and ethical business professional.

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About the certificate.

Coursework emphasizes team skills, cost analysis, e-business, logistics network modeling and information management. Courses include:

  • Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Logistics Information Systems
  • Global Transport and Distribution
  • Supply Operations and Warehousing
  • Advanced Methods for Supply Chain Management and Modeling

All certificate credits may also be applied toward earning your Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the Mount. The Mount's program is designed for working adults. Students in the program will:

  • Finish in only 10 months. Five courses are offered sequentially, allowing you to focus on one class at a time. Courses are offered in accelerated 8-week sessions beginning in August.
  • Attend convenient classes. Meet part-time one night per week (6-9:30 p.m.). Our Frederick campus is minutes from I-70 and I-270, near the FSK Mall.
  • Support from classmates and faculty. Up to 24 students begin and end the program together, allowing you to connect with classmates.
  • Work toward your master's degree. All certificate credits may be applied to a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree.

Affordability

$9,750 - Total cost of program tuition.* No additional fees.

  • Cost is based on 15 credits (five classes) at $650 per credit.
  • $24,050 is the total cost if the certificate is taken in combination with the 37-credit. MBA (additional seven courses)*.
  • No application fee.

Financial Aid

Students may seek financial assistance through federal and state-funded programs, private loan providers, employer tuition remission or reimbursement, or deferment of undergraduate loans.

*Tuition represents 2018-19 rates, effective July 1, 2018. Tuition is subject to change without notice.

Admissions and application

  • Classes begin: August
  • Admissions: Rolling
  • Priority Application Deadline: Six weeks prior to the start of the first course
  • No application fee | Optional GMAT

Admissions Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year institution.
  • Students must demonstrate one of the following:
    • Undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher or;
    • Five full years of relevant work experience or;
    • 500 minimum score on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT).

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 & Supply Chain Management Certificate Program.

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