The program was designed as a "refresher" course, offering a six-month certificate to students. An upgrade of an earlier program, it begins in April and will be taught by instructors from the school’s supply-chain management department. According to the school, the non-credit, professional certificate program is intended to help supply-chain workers expand their roles and skills, and learn about a variety of industries. It includes case studies and simulations of real-world situations. Courses can be taken one at a time, and assignments can be turned in at any time throughout the week. In addition, the Carey School is launching a business-analytics certificate program that includes electives in supply-chain management, and covers analytical decision modeling.
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