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This 12-hour graduate certificate program will provide you with foundational knowledge of supply chain complexities and specialized training in supply chain, operations and logistics management.

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Whether you are a current graduate student looking to learn more; a working professional looking to supplement your education; or an experienced professional looking to update your knowledge—this certificate will give you a thorough understanding of integrated supply chain and operations activities while emphasizing skills in problem solving, communication and teamwork.

Certificates have a streamlined application process and courses may also be used to satisfy degree requirements.

Why pursue a graduate certificate in Operations and Supply Chain Management?
The global supply chain is vast and integrates networks of tiered suppliers, manufacturers, warehouses, retail outlets or service providers. According to cscmp.org, Supply Chain Management includes the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing and procurement, conversion (operations) and all logistics management activities. It also includes coordination and collaboration with channel partners (e.g. suppliers, intermediaries, third party service providers, and customers), which requires supply and demand management within and across companies.

Our curriculum supports students acquiring competency in the conceptual, systematic and analytical tools required for both manufacturing and service-oriented industries.

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Program Start

  • Spring (Mid-January)
  • Fall (Late-August)

 

Program Requirements

  • Approved application form
  • Official transcripts for new students
  • 12 credit hours

Course Delivery Options

  • Classroom and online

Tuition and Fees

Local Employers Hiring for Operations and Supply Chain Management Roles
  • 3M
  • Amazon
  • AT&T
  • BioBridge Global
  • Caterpillar
  • C.H. Robinson
  • City Public Service
  • Dell
  • DHL Supply Chain
  • H-E-B
  • Home Depot
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Rackspace
  • Tower Semiconductor
  • USAA
  • Valero
Course Options
  • Integrated Global Supply Chain Management (required)
  • Demand and Forecasting Management
  • Effective Project Management
  • Lean Operations and Six Sigma
  • Logistics System Analysis
  • Logistics Systems Management
  • Management and Control of Quality
  • Service Management and Operations
  • Advanced Production / Operations Management
  • Pricing and Revenue Management
  • Supply Chain Analytics
How to Apply

New Students Applying to the Operations and Supply Chain Management Certificate

The application process for the Operations and Supply Chain Management Certificate is streamlined and does not require standardized test scores.

  1. Complete the online Graduate Application:
    • Select your application type (Domestic or International)
    • For classification, select “Master’s – Special Graduate”
    • For your program, select “Operations and Supply Chain Management, Graduate Certificate”
    • Choose the term for which you would like to apply
    • Complete the rest of the online application form, pay your application fee and submit
  2. If admitted as a special graduate student, please contact the Certificate Program Advisor, Cara Jones (cara.jones@utsa.edu) to request information on registration.

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Current Graduate Students Requesting Enrollment into the Operations and Supply Chain Management Certificate

  1. Please contact the Certificate Program Advisor, Cara Jones (cara.jones@utsa.edu), to complete a request to enroll in a Graduate Certificate Program form.

The form will be signed by the Certificate Program Advisor and the Dean of the College or Director of the Center in which the certificate program is housed. A copy of this form will be sent to the Graduate School.

Department Information

Main Office: BB 4.01.10
Phone: 210.458.6345
Fax: 210.458.6350
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday | 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Department of Management Science and Statistics

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