Career and Professional Development

School of Continuing Studies

_Diploma in Supply Chain and Operations Management (Prior to Summer 2016)

Objectives

The core program offers high level tools of analysis for acquiring an in-depth understanding of supply chain operations. It offers students opportunities to specialize in areas such as quality management, lean manufacturing, service operations and project management. The program contents are included in the body of knowledge of a Green Belt and Project Management Institute.
Note:
There is one co-requisite course for the program, CMS2 500 Mathematics for Management, which must be taken prior to taking certain required courses in this program. Students who wish to apply for advanced standing for co-rerequisite courses must complete an Advanced Standing form at the time of admission or they may take an Exemption by Examination test.

NumberTitlePrerequisitesAvailable Times
 Winter
2018
Spring/Summer
2018
Fall
2018
Winter
2019
CO-REQUISITES:
CMS2 500Mathematics for ManagementCMSC 000 Foundations of Mathematics or Exemption by Examination WEDWED  
10 REQUIRED Courses: (30 Credits)
CGM2 510Project Management: Tools and TechniquesNot open to Special StudentsMONSAT  
CMS2 505Quantitative Analysis Tools in Decision MakingCo-requisite: CMS2 500    
CMS2 515Operations ManagementCo-requisite: CMS2 500    
CMS2 524Management of Service OperationsCMS2 515THU   
CMS2 525Supply Chain ManagementCMS2 505 and CMS2 515WED   
CMS2 531Re-engineering and Integration of Business SystemsCMS2 525    
CMS2 532Lean Operations Systems     
CMS2 540Six-Sigma Quality ManagementCMS2 500 and CMS2 532MON THU   
CMS2 550Supply Chain Field ProjectPre-req: CMS2 524 and CMS2 540 Co-req: CMS2 531    
CMS2 530Simulation Analysis and ModelingCMS2 505