School of Business and Management

Supply Chain Management

1 year Ontario College Graduate Certificate

Effective management of your supply chain can give you a competitive advantage in this sophisticated environment.

Overview

Customers are demanding flexibility, options, rapid delivery and just-in-time support. Today’s successful supply chain managers must be strategists, able to synchronize every effort involved in the process: planning, sourcing, producing, and delivering a product or service.

OSSD or equivalent

Candidates require a two- or three-year college diploma or equivalent from programs in Business, Civil Engineering, Hospitality, Information Technology, or Transportation, or significant work experience

If English is not your first language you must provide proof of English competency. You must have a minimum overall band score of 6.0, with no band less than 5.5, on the Academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or equivalent accepted English language proficiency test to be admitted to a postsecondary program at the college. Notwithstanding the above, the English proficiency standards required to obtain Study Permits and Temporary Resident Visas from Canadian Embassies vary around the world. The higher English language proficiency standard will apply.

Academic Upgrading

Semester 1

SCM100 Information Systems
SCM110 Supply Chain Administration
SCM115 Purchasing
SCM120 Project Leadership
SCM135 Supply Chain Accounting
SCM140 Leadership for Supply Chain & Effective Communication

Semester 2

SCM210 Transportation and Warehousing
SCM215 Global Logistics
SCM220 Marketing for Supply Chain Management
SCM225 Placement
SCM240 Risk Mitigation
SCM245 Business Continuity

2019-2020 1 year Ontario College Graduate Certificate

Canadore @ Stanford – International
Year Tuition Ancillary Fees Material Fee Trip Fee Total
1 $12422.97 $1306.00 - 1383.00 - - $13805.97
Ontario College Graduate Certificate

Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.

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