Credential: Logistics & Supply Chain Management

The program’s primary intent is to show the critical strategic and financial significance the supply chain has on a company’s ability to add customer value. Specific attention is paid to critical industry framework (which includes, but is not limited to, distribution, procurement, inventory, transportation, and information technology) and its impact on individual businesses, industry sectors, and the local, national, regional, and global economies. The relationship between SCM and other business areas and the importance of cost and trade-offs will be analyzed.

By the end of this program, you will be able to:

Describe the differences between Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Describe the critical areas of SCM and their relationship to each other and other areas of the business.
Define and explain key terms, processes, concepts, and methodologies used in SCM
Understand and explain the economic and strategic importance of the supply chain
Examine a supply chain and know where to look to increase efficiency, decrease complexity, and improve processes.

*This Credential program is 8 weeks with 24 contact hours. To earn your badge of completion, you must achieve a minimum of 70% in 3 Key Performance areas: Attendance, Participation, and Activities/Assignments. The instructor will provide a specific rubric outlining the course syllabus’s Key Performance areas.*

Mondays: September 12 – November 7 (No class 10/17)
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM ET
Denison Edge: 300 Marconi Blvd, #200, Columbus, OH 43215

Jeremy Banta is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel with over 30 years of experience in civilian and military logistics. He is a Professor of Supply Chain Management at Columbus State and co-founder of the Ohio Supply Chain Academic Network. He serves on multiple school and organizational boards and is a member of the Columbus Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. His 20-year military career includes 15 years of full-time service in the Ohio National Guard and deployments to Iraq and Kuwait.

*This program is free for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Contact your career center for the promotional code.

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