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Supply Chain Management

About the Program

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of supply chain management professionals is expected to grow by 30% over the next 10 years. UHV's Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management will allow you to join the growing field and take on the economy's supply chain challenges. You will have an opportunity to take advanced graduate-level courses and increase and refine your knowledge of the supply chain management world.

Program Profile


Manageable Four Course Program to Earn Your Advanced Certificate


Flexible Online Course Format

Graduation Cap

All Courses Transferable to UHV’s Strategic MBA Program if You Decide to Continue Your Education

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The Program Experience

Why Pursue the UHV’s Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management?

Through the Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management, you will enjoy the benefits of additional credentials without having to dedicate time and money to a complete master’s degree program.

A graduate certificate will give you a competitive edge in the professional world and help you stand out among your peers. If you want to increase your hire-ability or expand your skillset in supply chain management, this certificate program is an excellent fit for you.


Requirements: 12 semester hours composed of the following courses.

The four required courses are:

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First Step to Your Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management

Courses for the graduate certificate are available during the fall, spring and summer semesters. The program consists of four courses, all of which are available online, making it a perfect fit for busy students and those with other commitments that make attending class in person difficult.

Completing the program is also your first step toward earning a Strategic MBA. If you wish to further your education, an MBA will provide advanced knowledge and expertise, which will allow you to move into more advanced positions. All of the courses you complete in the program are directly transferrable to the MBA program.

A graduate certificate in Supply Chain Management prepares you for a wide range of careers:

  • Logistics Manager
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Strategic Sourcing Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Plus more!

Who Should Apply?

A Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management is an excellent choice for anyone who has received a bachelor’s degree and wants to learn how to manage the flow of goods and services between businesses and locations, both domestically and globally. 

If you want to gain further expertise in your field or change your area of expertise altogether, this is a great option to consider. It is an excellent fit for anyone who wants to expand their skillset while receiving graduate-level education in a relatively short time frame.

Key Benefits at UHV

What makes UHV’s Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management unique?

At UHV, students will:

  • Study with highly specialized faculty with advanced degrees in their field.
  • Learn from practitioners and scholars, reaping the benefits of both theory and experience.
  • Experience contemporary curriculum revised and updated to represent today's organizational challenges.
  • Acquire job-related skills applicable to manager, supervisor, and team leader positions.

Our certificate program provides students with real-world educational experiences and an opportunity to learn from supply chain management experts. Upon completing the certificate, you will feel confident in any corporate setting and equipped to make smarter business decisions.

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