Supply Chain Management - 385
|Program Length||approximately 2 to 4 years|
|Cost||approximately $450 per course plus textbooks|
|Intakes||Fall, Winter, Spring|
|Application Process||Students must apply and be accepted prior to registering. See Admission and Registration tab.|
Supply Chain Management is set to be an integral part of almost every organization. Advance your skill-set in this complex and fast-paced business environment.
Study the processes and requirements to acquire goods and services
- Learn how functional areas with an organization interact to design, make, buy, deliver, goods or services for consumers
- Examine supply chain within the goods and services sectors and learn how to help companies build a competitive advantage
- Build capstone projects that support industry challenges
- Simulation and case study course work
- Career ready outcomes that forward the graduate into the supply chain industry
This program is endorsed by the Hamilton Port Authority.
Please note this same program is offered through both Full Time Studies and Continuing Education at Mohawk College.
OSAP Eligible. Learn about the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).
Admission & Registration
- Prior approval for this certificate is necessary.
- University degree or college diploma (two year or longer) including most Business programs, Computer Science, or Humanities and Social Sciences OR an acceptable combination of related work experience and postsecondary education (as determined by the college).
- Please complete the application page and include either a copy of online course marks or a digital transcript to receive a conditional offer.
- Original, official transcripts (in a sealed envelope from the issuing institution) must be submitted in order to receive an official, and final, offer for the program.
- Applicants declaring permanent resident or Convention Refugee status in Canada, must submit a copy of their Permanent Resident Card (PR card) along with their application.
- All applicants submitting international transcripts must also provide an official and sealed credential evaluation report. This can be coordinated through any of the following:
- International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS) (opens new window)
- University of Toronto Comparative Education Service (CES) (opens new window)
- World Education Services (WES) (opens new window)
- An official English Language Proficiency score report outlining a minimum grade of 7 in all components.
- Other information or documents may be requested to determine your eligibility.
Program of Studies
The program of studies displayed below applies to students starting the program in the current academic year. Students who began in other academic years may require different courses to be eligible to graduate. If you have questions regarding a strategy for completion contact Continuing Education - Technology and Skills Development. Please note this same program is offered through both Full Time Studies and Continuing Education at Mohawk College.
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CRED10117 must be taken last.
|Course Number||Course Name||Course Description|
|BUSN10186||Project Management for Supply Chain||Apply project management methodologies in the supply chain environment. Evaluate project management schedules in terms of resource management, stakeholder alignment, risk management, and customer impact. Demonstrate effective communication with outside agencies. Demonstrate project management software to complete assignments. 70 hours.|
|BUSN10187||Supply Chain Operations||Review the key strategic, tactical and operational issues in converting resource inputs into outputs of goods and services. Illustrate how functional areas within an organization interact to design, make, deliver, and service products or services for customers. 56 hours.|
|BUSN10188||Production Planning for Supply Chain||Examine the problems and the mathematical models related to the internal and external logistics of production and distribution systems. 56 hours.|
|BUSN10189||Purchasing for Supply Chain||Examine the role of a purchaser in a supply management environment. Explain the responsibilities and current tools of purchasing managers in manufacturing with a focus on B2B purchasing and its role in an integrated supply chain system. 42 hours. Equivalent: BUSN10214 Purchasing is equivalent to BUSN10189.|
|BUSN10190||Customer Relationships in Supply Chain||Utilize customer relationship management (CRM) model for managing company interactions with current and future customers. Use technology to organize, automate, and synchronize sales, marketing, customer service, and technical support. 42 hours.|
|BUSNIB102||Global Supply Chain Management||Outline the various aspects of the storage, movement and management of product inventories across borders. Assess the legal environment and the practical aspects of managing inventory coupled with an updated real-world logistics perspective. 42 hours. Equivalent: BUSN10215 Supply Chain Administration is equivalent to BUSNIB102.|
|BUSN10191||Warehousing, Logistics & Outsourcing||Explore how to optimise the flow of goods within a firm and between upstream suppliers and downstream customers with a view to optimising business processes, Capital expenditures and operating budgets. 42 hours. Equivalent: BUSN10234 Transportation and Warehousing is equivalent to BUSN10191.|
|BUSN10192||International Business Environments and Operations||Navigate the complex, fast moving and international business of moving goods between owners and jurisdictions. Explore the different modes of freight movement and how to optimize their use based on cost, reliability, and speed. 42 hours. Equivalent: BUSN10228 International Business is equivalent to BUSN10192.|
|BUSN10193||Materials Management for Supply Chain||Optimize materials management from end to end. Review approaches that provide excellent opportunities for improved integration between inventory, finance, and marketing. 42 hours.|
|BUSN10194||Supply Chain Value Streams||Learn how the elements of a supply chain system impact profitability and return on investment. Use the simulation exercises to examine how companies use strategy and tactics to blend their core competencies with outsourcing to support their competitive advantage. 56 hours.|
|BUSN10195||Operating Standards & Supply Chain Audits||Examine how supply chains and government agencies use standard operating procedures (SOP) to support efficiency, effectiveness, quality and protection of society. Explore how supply chain partners use audits of each other's SOPs to ensure that quality agreements are enforced. 42 hours.|
|CRED10117||Career Development in the Supply Chain Industry||
Develop networking and personal selling skills relevant for a career in supply chain and operations management. Apply the skills and knowledge gained to solve real world challenging problems in the area of supply chain management. Interact with industry leaders and gain industry specific knowledge. 84 hours.
The list of scheduled course offerings for this program is below. Please note that all offerings are subject to change. Not every course is offered every semester, so please consider this schedule when planning your academic path.
|Course Code||Course Name||Fall
(Sep to Dec)
(Jan to Apr)
(May to Aug)
|BUSN10186||Project Management for Supply Chain||
|BUSN10187||Supply Chain Operations||
|BUSN10188||Production Planning for Supply Chain||
|BUSN10189||Purchasing for Supply Chain||
|BUSN10190||Customer Relationships in Supply Chain||
|BUSNIB102||Global Supply Chain Management||
|BUSN10191||Warehousing, Logistics & Outsourcing||
|BUSN10192||International Business Environments and Operations||
|BUSN10193||Materials Management for Supply Chain||
|BUSN10194||Supply Chain Value Streams||
|BUSN10195||Operating Standards & Supply Chain Audits||
|CRED10117||Career Development in the Supply Chain Industry||
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Frequently Asked Questions
Program Learning Outcomes, often referred to as ‘Program Standards', set out the essential learning that a student must achieve before being deemed ready to graduate.
In many cases these program learning outcomes were developed by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU) in consultation with employers and educators who are experts in the program field. To ensure the outcomes remain current and in line with industry needs, we invite our employers, graduates working in the field and current students to re-examine and update them during regular, ongoing program review focus groups.
- Planner supply chain
- Logistics analyst
- Supply chain specialist
- Inventory analyst
- Shift Manager
- Operations Manager
- Warehouse Manager
- Transport Scheduler
- Procurement Specialist
- Aviation Industry
- Public Sector
- Natural Resources
For more details on related occupations, job market information and career opportunities, see the Government of Canada website: www.jobbank.gc.ca/home