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Supply chain management is the process of managing materials, information and financial flows in a network of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and customers. The coordination and integration of these flows are critical to many manufacturing, distribution and service industries. The Supply Chain Management certificate program is an opportunity to learn how to effectively and efficiently manage the activities of the supply chain and prepare yourself for an in-demand career with solid earning potential. Emphasis will be on the importance of the supply chain and the role it plays in an organization's strategic development. Instructors are highly-regarded working professionals who combine current theoretical knowledge with skill-based learning and proven best practices that can be applied immediately to the workplace.

The Certificate in Supply Chain Management consists of six required courses totaling 120 hours of lecture, discussion, projects and interactive exercises - those completing the entire certificate will be awarded 12.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Students not pursuing a certificate are welcome to take selected courses individually.

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2014
Winter / Spring 2015
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2015

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E153-20676
Days Date Time Location Instructor
M 01/12/15-03/09/15 7:00pm-10:00pm GG 158 Testa, Jr.
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E153-20685
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M 03/16/15-04/27/15 7:00pm-10:00pm GG 158 Fernandez, Jr.
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E153-20686
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M 05/04/15-05/18/15 7:00pm-10:00pm GG 158 Fernandez, Jr.
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Graduates of the certificate program will be able to:
- Understand the role that the supply chain plays in an organization's strategic development
- Analyze the entire supply chain in order to implement process improvement
- Have a positive impact on the organization's procurement, logistical, supplier and customer relationship management processes
- Implement strategies, techniques and technologies to better manage the supply chain including procurement, inventory control, logistics and process management
- Manage the global prospective that governs much of today's industry

- Warehousing supervisors and managers
- Traffic/transportation supervisors and managers
- Shipping/receiving clerks and supervisors
- Purchasing managers and buyers
- Inventory analysts and managers
- Supply and demand planners

Craig Adler
District Procurement Manager, Coca Cola Bottling Company
Kevin Beidelman
CPM, President, Bolero Associates
Carol Creighton
Associate Dean, University Extended Education, Cal State Fullerton
Ellen Dumond
Professor, Operations Management, Cal State Fullerton
Seyedabbas Hanizavareh
Associate Professor, Management Science Information Systems, Cal State Fullerton
Gene Kauffman
Sales Representative, Direct Container Line, Inc.
Kari A Knutson Miller
Interim AVP, International Programs; Interim Dean, University Extended Education California State University, Fullerton
Irene L Lange
Chair, Department of Marketing, Cal State Fullerton
Ghasem Manoochehri
Chair, Department of Management, Cal State Fullerton
Dick Morreale
Principal, Distrans Consulting
Denelle C Pankratz
Program Manager, University Extended Education, Cal State University, Fullerton
Robert Rusoff
CPM, Senior Commodity Specialist, Beckman Coulter, Inc.
William John-Hwa Tom
CPIM, Principal Consultant, InfoQuest
John E Yenny
Operations Manager, MK Diamond Products, Inc.
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Have a positive impact on your company’s bottom line by implementing efficiency strategies.

Jennifer Cannon-Gray
657.278.2761
jcannon-gray@fullerton.edu

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