PBC in Supply Chain Management

Gain knowledge in supply chain, logistics, health care, distribution, manufacturing, transportation, or warehouse management. Whether you work in these industries or want to in the future, this Post-Baccalaureate Certificate will equip you with the in-demand skill set.

  • Fully online
  • 12 credit hours
  • Taught by expert faculty with direct workplace experience
  • Participate in projects with actual businesses
  • Can be combined with the Bryan MBA
  • For professionals with a bachelor’s in any discipline
  • Opportunities for internships and executive mentorships
  • Three hours of elective credit for successful completion of the APICS CPIM or CSCP examinations
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Develop the in-demand skill set to work in the supply chain field and prepare for industry exams.

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Get details on our costs, which are competitive with those of other top universities. Our goal is to provide an online education that's both exceptional and affordable.

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downloadThe Bryan School of Business and Economics holds dual accreditation in business and accounting from the AACSB – a distinction held by only 1% of business schools in the world.

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