To prepare professionals with the skills to manage the increasingly complex delivery networks we all rely upon, BU’s Metropolitan College (MET) offers graduate programs in supply chain management (SCM), including a master’s degree and a four-course graduate certificate. Through hands-on experience in lean production, global supply chain coordination, risk mitigation, import-export operations, and strategic logistics management, you can gain the knowledge required to lead change and offer creative solutions to supply chain challenges—ideal preparation for careers that include logistician, market research analyst, operations research analyst, sales manager, and more. The program is an opportunity for full-time students and working professionals to help build SCM credentials through portfolio development and networking opportunities. Students may choose between specializations to add to their degree, with concentrations options in Logistics Management, and Quantitative Approaches.
Supply Chain Management program courses Operations Management: Business Process Fundamentals (MET AD 605) and Quality Management (MET AD 734) may qualify you for Green Belt Training accredited by the Council for Six Sigma Certification—an Official Industry Standard of Six Sigma Accreditation for Six Sigma training providers worldwide.
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