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Since 1855 the University of San Francisco, one of twenty-eight Jesuit Universities in the United States has grown to extend its global reach from a campus at the heart of the city, with locations throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area, and through expanding international opportunities. Whether completing degrees or certificate programs, the students and graduates benefit from national and international recognition.
The University of San Francisco, in conjunction with the University Alliance, offers you the opportunity to earn a professional certificate or degree online. No classroom attendance is ever required. Through advanced Internet technology, you’ll be immersed in a stimulating online learning environment that facilitates communication and collaboration between you, your fellow classmates and program faculty.
USF is a founding member of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and has been accredited by WASC since the 1940s. USF is also accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) for both undergraduate and graduate programs in the School of Management.
Advanced Professional Supply Chain Management Certificate
Develop the multi-disciplinary awareness and practical techniques you need to excel in the complex and highly competitive world of supply chain management. In as few as eight weeks, you’ll acquire new skills you can begin applying immediately on the job - along with a new certificate that will serve as an important milestone as you complete each course.
Required Courses: Functional Perspective of Supply Chain Management; Tactical Implementation of Supply Chain Management; and Strategic Best Practices of Supply Chain Management
Advanced Professional Sustainable Supply Chain Management Certificate
With economic and environmental climates on the radar of everyone from consumers to congress, many of today’s organizations are rushing to implement processes to cut back expenses, run more efficiently and reduce their environmental footprint. These trends have made sustainable supply chain management one of the most critical business disciplines in the world today. Global corporations such as Walmart have jumped on board to implement these disciplines, spearheading the movement to make sustainable business practices a core competitive advantage. Recently, the power-house retail chain pledged to reduce 20 million metric tons of greenhouse emissions by the end of 2015. As demand for environmentally conscious products and companies grows, more and more organizations will follow suit and the need for qualified professionals who have mastered sustainability and supply chain management will grow exponentially.
Required Courses: Lean Supply Chain Management; Green Supply Chain Management; and Corporate and Environmental Sustainability.