[Skip to main content]

Michigan State University   |   Call Toll Free: 855-300-1310 | International: +1 813-612-4295  | Site Map

855-300-1310
+1 813-612-4295

Supply Chain Management

Improve Your Overall Supply Chain Performance With an Integrated Approach - 100% Online!

Register Online

SAVE $595

$6,845 - FOR 3-COURSE PACKAGE

Register Online
CALL TO REGISTER!
855-300-1310
Chat with a Rep

In the highest-level positions, supply chain function duties often overlap. Because of the complex nature of the supply chain, Michigan State’s Master Certificate in Integrated Supply Chain Management provides continuing education opportunities that can position you for career advancement. To stay on top of this rapidly changing industry, you’ll gain critical insight through the knowledge of leading global research faculty, case studies, real-world strategies and examples, as well as networking opportunities with other students and professionals. The end result: You’ll acquire the essential tools and techniques to master all facets of integrated supply chain management.

MSU’s dynamic video-based lectures teach you the essentials of Integrated Supply Chain Management from the convenience of your home, laptop – even your mobile device.

This professional development series gives you the skills and knowledge to:

  • Attain a competitive advantage and apply best practices in strategic sourcing from leading-edge organizations
  • Align your supply chain management strategy with your firm’s overall competitive strategy
  • Achieve effective and efficient logistical operations through your market distribution strategy development, implementation and management
  • Evaluate and select the appropriate channel structure(s) based on cost and profitability

Who Should Register?

This program benefits professionals working in all areas of supply chain management. The Master Certificate in Integrated Supply Chain Management is open to anyone interested in gaining or improving their integrated supply chain management skills across all functional areas.