Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate
The Supply Chain Management Ontario College Graduate Certificate program will enhance the credentials of successful students, enabling them to demonstrate understanding, knowledge, skills and expertise in supply chain to potential employers. It will further provide students with the ability to envision and produce their own supply chain career plan in preparation for employment. This program is accredited by the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council through its National Accreditation Program.
Emphasis is placed upon learning the elements of supply chain strategic planning, network design, materials handling design and applications and operations. The program will enable students to analyze end-to-end supply chain processes and understand the importance of technology and software applications in facilitating and supporting supply chain execution. Students will experience a mix of classroom study, online research, hands-on computer applications, individual assignments, group projects, topical quizzes, projects and field study.
This program is taught in a hybrid format using the Student-Centered Hybrid Learning Approach.
Some important attributes of the Student-Centered Hybrid Learning scheduling model include:
- 3 in-class intensive study days per week (students are required to attend between 5 – 7 hours of instruction per day). The traditional post-secondary model often schedules several hours of instruction per day across five days of the week with frequent breaks throughout the day in an uneven pattern leading to excessive periods of idleness, commuting time and inefficiencies for the student. The Student Centered Hybrid Learning Advantage is designed with the belief that a post-graduate student’s time is valuable and should not be wasted.
- Courses are taught in a hybrid format with approximately 85% of the course objectives taught in class (on campus) and the remainder of the course objectives taught online through video lectures, discussion groups and interactive exercises.
- Course schedules may include weekday evening and/or Saturday classes. Student should be prepared to attend all classes as scheduled.
Small differences and/or variations in the class scheduling model described above may occur between programs and/or courses. For example, students may occasionally be required or invited to attend workshops, conferences, job fairs, field trips or additional academic activities beyond the standard three-day class schedule.
- Prep Work 0
- Work Ex. 0
- Duration 2 Years
- Skill level IELTS 6.5
- Language English
- Students 30
- Assessments Yes