Students who complete the SCM specialization will be well prepared to pursue careers in supply chain management, procurement, logistics, service and manufacturing operations, and consulting. Typical examples for such jobs include supply chain analyst, logistics manager, sourcing specialist, purchasing analyst, facilities specialist, management analyst/consultant, and operations manager.
Some of the requirements for the Canadian Operational Research Society (CORS) Diploma in Operational Research can be fulfilled with the courses in the SCM specialization. The courses will assist students in preparing for the certification examinations conducted by SCMA (Supply Chain Management Association) for its Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) designation. Similarly, the courses will assist students in preparing for the certification examinations conducted by APICS (The Association for Operations Management) for its Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) designation. Most of the courses in the SCM specialization can also be used towards the SAP Business Integration Certification program.
|P700||Business, Government and the Global Environment|
|Plus five of the following. Include at least 2 marked with a *.|
|O701||Operations Modeling with Spreadsheets *|
|O711||Risk Models in Operations Management *|
|O715||Simulation of Manufacturing and Service Systems|
|O721||Inventory Management and Production Planning*|
|O722||Modern Manufacturing Strategy *|
|O726||Methods for Quality Management|
|O727||Service Operations Management|
|O734||Supply Chain Management *|
|O735||Procurement Operations Management *|
|P714||Total Quality Management|
|O718/28/38/48||Selected Topics in Operations Management|
|Plus 3 electives.|