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Global Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate

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Program Information

For those who don’t need an MBA degree but do need to update and broaden their professional skills, the graduate Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) certificate provides the theories and practices to be successful in this critical area of modern business. Students take two core operations management (OP) courses, two elective OP courses, and two other elective courses, as approved by the program director for a total of 18 units. The two core OP courses cover key strategic, design, tactical, and execution management knowledge. The two elective OP courses allow students to tailor their certificate in GSCM. The two other elective courses allow students to broaden their knowledge either in GSCM or in related areas such as marketing, finance, technology, project management and international business. In addition to academic knowledge, students will have the opportunity to create a career plan to accomplish their goals with the support of academic, industry, and alumni advisors.

 All courses must be completed at Golden Gate University with a B average (3.00) or better. Enrollment as a degree candidate is not required. In some situations, prerequisite coursework may be required depending on the student’s background. Certificate students who are later admitted to degree programs may apply the credit earned in this certificate toward the degree requirements.

Graduate Certificate/Credential Proficiencies

Business Proficiency Requirement

Students admitted to this program are required to possess an understanding of U.S. business practices equivalent to BUS 201 Economic and Regulatory Essentials of U.S. Business . This requirement must be completed in your first term, and you must have completed this requirement no later than your first nine units at GGU. A grade of C- or better is required for BUS 201 Economic and Regulatory Essentials of U.S. Business  . However, graduate students must maintain a 3.00 (B) cumulative grade point average to remain in good standing.

Graduate Writing Proficiency Requirement

Students admitted to this graduate certificate program must meet the graduate writing proficiency requirement within the first nine units of the program by successfully passing the Graduate Writing Proficiency Exam or by completing ENGL 201 Graduate Writing  with a grade of B or better. See “Proficiency in Mathematics, English and Computer Skill Required for Certain Master’s Degrees and Certain Graduate Certificates ”.

Required Courses - 6 units

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