- Type: Online and/or In Class
- Credential: Statement of Completion
- Starts In: Fall, Winter, Spring
- Plan #: C2016
The Supply Chain and Logistics Management program is designed for individuals looking at a career or who are currently employed in the area of supply chain and logistics management.
Supply chain management is driving the world’s major global companies. Up-and-coming markets such as China and India are becoming more interlinked with the business economies of Canada, the USA and Europe. The role of logistics and supply chain management is undergoing a significant amount of change. Advancements in technology and changes in how business is conducted have made supply chain and logistics management key to a sustainable competitive advantage. Upon completion of the program, individuals will be afforded the knowledge necessary to effectively manage the supply chain process from planning, sourcing, producing and delivering the product or service.
This Supply Chain and Logistics Management program prepares graduates for supply chain and logistics management positions. Possible career paths include:
- Warehouse Manager
- Distribution Centre Supervisor
- Supply Chain Manager
How to Register
Students do not apply to our part-time programs. Instead, enrol in and successfully complete each course listed in the Program Delivery section. Once you have successfully completed all of the required courses, you may apply to graduate. If you aren't sure how to enrol in a course, you can learn more here.
Prerequisites may be required for these courses. Please refer to individual course descriptions for specific requirements.
NOTE: As of Winter 2017 the following course title have changed – course information the same just title change:
BUSN1090 – formerly Info Systems in Logistics and Operations Management is now BUSN 1090 -Supply Chain Technology and Scheduling
BUSN1098 – formerly Logistics Systems I is now BUSN1098 Supply Chain Administration
BUSN1099 – formerly Logistics Systems II is now- Transportation and Warehousing
- To qualify for the Supply Chain and Logistics Management programs, individuals must have a college diploma.
- A 60% cumulative average in the Supply Chain and Logistics Management program is required for graduation.