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Supply Chain Management Certificate at Bristol

Bristol is dedicated to being a hub for developing world-class supply chain
management professionals by educating and connecting with trusted local,
national and global network of professional institutions and practitioners.

The program is set to be robust, challenging and interesting to support students in
acquiring current, industry-relevant skills and competencies. At Bristol, students will
learn and develop critical knowledge in the core areas of:

  • Inventory Management.
  • Logistics.
  • Global supply chain.
  • Warehousing.

Careers In Supply Chain Management

Demand for careers in supply chain management continues to grow rapidly,
especially in the modern business environment. Supply Chain Managers work in
numerous fields, and some of the areas include:

Supply Chain Management Careers

Supply Chain Management Salary and Job Outlook


What Do Professionals In Supply Chain Management Do?

Supply Chain Management Develop RelationshipsDevelop good business relationships with suppliers and other external parties. 
Supply Chain Management Manage InventoryPlan and manage inventory by making sure that a company does not run out of stock of products or raw materials.
Supply Chain Management Cost SavingsSupport companies to make balanced cost-savings decisions and
maximize profit. 

Suggested Course Sequence:

The certificate program includes 18 total credits, which can be completed fully online over two semesters (three semesters if enrolled part-time).

  • 18 credits.
  • Online and in-person offerings.
  • 2 semesters.
  • 1 internship in the industry.

Courses Include

  • Logistics.
  • Global Supply Chain.
  • Project Management.
  • Marketing.
  • Inventory & Warehouse.
  • Management.


Chukwuneke Okorie, PhD, FHEA
Program Coordinator, Supply Chain Management

Vinnie Rege, Dean
Business and Experiential Education