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Certificate of Achievement in Supply Chain Management ONLINE GRADUATE-LEVEL CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT


Available for courses taken through 8/31/24

Program availability is dependent on course schedule. Ask an admissions counselor for details.

From small businesses to large corporations, even minor ripples in the supply chain can have far-reaching effects. This means increased efficiency, even at a small scale, can create exponential benefits down the line.

This program is designed for individuals who are seeking to improve the effectiveness of the supply chain within their organization. Managers of essential product distribution, logistics, and services will gain a better understanding of the supply process and how to manage it more efficiently.

Students who complete the 3-course program have the option to take 7 additional courses to obtain their Masters in Quality Systems and Improvement Management or 9 courses to receive their MBA with a Quality Systems Concentration.

To request information about any of these options, call 800-997-1673. Or, complete the Request Information form now.

What is a Certificate of Achievement?

Upon completing a certain number of courses in a specified discipline, students will receive a certificate of achievement from Cambridge College as recognition of their training achievement. These programs are designed to be completed relatively quickly and increase the student’s marketability by demonstrating to employers that they have developed or improved skills in these focused areas. The courses may also be transferable to related Cambridge College degree programs, reducing the amount of time required to obtain a degree. A certificate of achievement is not a formal academic credential and is not eligible for Title IV financial aid.

SCMC Course Curriculum

The Certificate of Achievement in Supply Chain Management includes three graduate-level courses that focus on the efficiency and effectiveness of the supply chain process. Special consideration is given to the productivity and performance management of people, systems, and technology in the supply chain.

Quality Systems and Strategic Planning

This course explores planning strategies with an emphasis on quality management and introduces students to the Six Sigma DMAIC process and associated quality tools that are used to assess and improve business processes.

Supply Chain Management

This is an overview of fundamental topics in supply chain management, with a focus on optimization and best practices that characterize best-in-class companies.

Business Process Analysis

Students will explore Lean Thinking, Value Stream Mapping, and best practices in Quality Processes and learn how to identify the value stream of a division and of the organization.

Cost Per Course Total Program
$750* $2,250*
Additional Fees
Fees Cost
e-Resources Fee $85 per course**
Transcript Fee $8 per official transcript
Course Re-enrollment Fee Standard tuition rates apply
Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) Fee
California students only
$2.50 per one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) of institutional charges

* Special tuition rate applies to courses taken through 8/31/24. Standard tuition rates will apply beginning in the fall 2024 term. All prices are subject to change. No other scholarships or discounts are available for this program. Not eligible for Title IV financial aid. Please refer to the Academic Catalog for the most up to date pricing.

** e-Resources fee waived for the following groups (including their immediate family members/dependents2): military servicemembers3, DOD & USCG employees4

1 Employees, immediate family members of employees, and in some cases members of organizations that have engaged in a formal educational partnership agreement with Cambridge College.

2 Dependents and immediate family members are defined as the spouse and children.

3 A member of the United States Armed Forces (Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Navy, Space Force) that is currently serving on active duty, Guard or Reserve status. Members of the Guard and Reserves must be drilling members or on active duty. Servicemembers that are in the Inactive Ready Reserve (IRR) are not considered as currently serving for purposes of the military benefit but may qualify for the veteran benefit.

4 General schedule employees of the Department of Defense (DoD) and the United States Coast Guard.

5 Prior servicemember of the United States Armed Forces (Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Navy, Space Force) separated under other than dishonorable conditions. Servicemembers that are in the Inactive Ready Reserve (IRR) may qualify for the veteran benefit.

6 All first responders, including law enforcement, fire fighters, emergency medical services, and emergency management.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy

Please refer to the Academic Catalog for withdrawal and refund policy information.

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