Course code: #B307
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Supply Chain Management is a two-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate program (completed in four semesters).
It is designed for individuals looking for a career or who are currently employed in the area of supply chain and logistics management.
Students will learn to research and analyze the marketplace; develop demand forecasts; evaluate suppliers’ capabilities to deliver; utilize logistics technology tools and resources to assist in decision making; develop aggregate and master production plans/ schedules, and analyze business processes.
Industry-standard theories, methods, and techniques (Six Sigma, Total Quality Management, Just-in-Time, Lean Theory of Constraints) and how they apply to supply chain management strategies and problem-solving will also be covered.
Graduates of this program will have applied knowledge in the field of supply chain management within a global economy, from planning, sourcing, producing and delivering the product or service.
This program will provide students with valuable and relevant work experience, transferable skills sought by employers, and an opportunity to explore career interests before graduation.
Through the Work placement experience, students will enhance the understanding of Supply Chain and Logistics learned in class and practice the business skills in the real world.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,704|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,525|
GSE: 10-34 / IELTS: Below 5.0
1-semester ESL program + 1-year GAS EAP program (semesters 1 and 2) + college program of choice. Non-SDS Students who score between 31 and 34 on the GSE will have the option of an interview to determine if they can bypass ESL.
GSE: 35-44 / IELTS: 5.0
1-year GAS EAP program (semesters 1 and 2) + college program of choice. Non-SDS Students who score between 41 and 44 on the GSE will have the option of an interview to determine if they can bypass the first semester of EAP.
GSE: 45-54 / IELTS: 5.5
Second semester of the GAS EAP Program only + college program of choice. Non-SDS Students who score between 51 and 54 on the GSE will have the option of an interview to determine if they can bypass both ESL and EAP. Students of this level may enter directly into the second semester of GAS EAP (PCG292).
GSE: 55-64 / IELTS: 6.0
College program of choice + Mandatory Enhanced Communications I and II (CM1933 and CM2933). Non-SDS Students who score between 51 and 54 on the GSE will have the option for an interview to determine if they can bypass both ESL and EAP
GSE: 65 / IELTS: 6.5
College program of choice (Enhanced Communications I and II not required)
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