In today’s complex global economy, the financial advantages of extending areas of the supply chain into new markets generally outweigh the risks. Supply chain globalization has transformed how and where value is created – globalization is now embedded directly into an organization’s value proposition. The demand for supply chain professionals with capabilities of looking beyond borders and their functional roles increases as the rapid rate of globalization continues.
Michigan State University – ranked #1 and #2 in Supply Chain Management undergraduate and graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report – has led the nation and the world in supply chain education for more than 50 years. MSU’s International Business Center has provided high-impact global supply chain business solutions to several Fortune 500 companies. Now you can earn your Master Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management 100% online to gain the tools and techniques to integrate and coordinate the full range of global supply chain functions – so you and your company can achieve a competitive advantage in markets around the world.
Taught by MSU’s expert faculty, this online certificate program consists of three required eight-week courses: Supply Chain Management I, Supply Chain Management II and Global Supply Chain Management (earning 10.5 total Continuing Education Units or CEUs). Taken in succession, each course builds upon the last in a step-by-step progression. This professional development series gives you the skills and knowledge to:
Operational supply chain personnel, supply chain managers, and mid-to-top-level executives in multinational corporations and companies who aspire to gain a competitive advantage in the global marketplace.