Logistics & Supply Chain Management Certificate
Department of Business Administration, College of Business Administration
The purpose of the Logistics & Supply Chain Management graduate certificate is to assist working professionals with career advancement by enhancing their knowledge of supply chain management. The graduate certificate is designed to expand students’ knowledge of both theory and practice in the field of supply chain management.
Program Contact Information
Kristi Lynch, Senior Director, Graduate, Executive & Professional Business Programs
100 Mammel Hall (MH)
6708 Pine Street
Jessica Kampfe, MBA Advisor
100 Mammel Hall (MH)
6708 Pine Street
Application Deadlines (Spring 2024, Summer 2024, and Fall 2024)
- Spring: November 1
- Summer: April 1
- Fall: July 1
- English Language Proficiency: Applicants are required to have a command of oral and written English. Those who do not hold a baccalaureate or other advanced degree from the U.S., OR a baccalaureate or other advanced degree from a predetermined country on the waiver list, must meet the minimum language proficiency score requirement in order to be considered for admission.
- Internet-based TOEFL: 80, IELTS: 6.5, PTE: 53, Duolingo: 110
- Resume (employment and educational history)
- Statement of Purpose: In a minimum 250 words address the following:
- What are your personal and/or professional reasons for pursuing the Logistics and Supply Chain Management graduate certificate?
- Unconditional Admission: may be granted to an applicant whose record includes:
- A minimum 2.85 undergraduate junior/senior GPA
- Provisional Admission: Applicants who do not meet the conditions for unconditional admission may be considered for provisional admission status. These applicants will be notified that the CBA Graduate Program Council (CBA GPC) will evaluate the files of all applicants being considered for provisional admission. Candidates being considered for admission on this basis will receive notification from the UNO Office of Graduate Studies. If granted provisional admission, the student must earn minimum “B” (3.0/4.0) grades in each of the courses completed in 12 hours of the certificate program. Students not meeting this standard are subject to dismissal.
- Foundation courses: These courses are not applicable to the completion of the certificate requirements.
|ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL FUNDAMENTALS
|SURVEY OF ECONOMICS
|SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
|SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYTICS
|GLOBAL SOURCING AND INNOVATION
|INDUSTRIAL PURCHASING AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
|ADVANCED MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
|APPLIED MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
|ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE CONSULTING
|INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT), BIG DATA AND THE CLOUD
|STORYTELLING WITH DATA
In addition to the Quality of Work Standards established by the Graduate College, students in the Logistics & Supply Chain Management certificate program may repeat a BSAD 8xxx level course in which they receive any grade, including "W" or "I" one time. If the class is not successfully completed on the second attempt, the student will be dismissed from the Logistics & Supply Chain Management certificate program.
Each semester, student files will be reviewed where a student received a grade lower than a “B” (3.0 out of 4.0). Students earning more than one grade of "C+ "or lower (or any single grade below "C" (1.67 on a 4.0 scale)) will be automatically dismissed from the Logistics & Supply Chain Management certificate program.
Dismissed students will be immediately administratively withdrawn from all MBA courses in which they are enrolled for credit. Students who have been dismissed may not enroll in any MBA courses for credit in any subsequent semester or summer session until reinstatement has been granted by the CBA GPC and the graduate dean.