Supply Chain Management and Logistics

CampusStart DateTuition/Fees
MonctonJanuary 2022 (Blended Delivery) Domestic | International

Program Overview

The products and services used every day are dependent on supply chains. These supply chains work behind the scenes connecting suppliers, customers, and other partners to meet the needs of the global marketplace and help drive economies worldwide.  Supply Chain Management involves the integration of numerous processes to create an operational framework, within which multiple organizations work collaboratively to meet marketplace demand.  Logistics -the movement, storage, and flow of goods, services, and information - is an integral part of this framework. 
The Supply Chain Management and Logistics program provides learners with the knowledge and skills to manage supply chains and coordinate logistics.  The program explores the integrated nature of supply chains systems and their connections to stakeholder and strategic objectives.  Learners will learn about the production, acquisition and sale of goods, services, and material, as well as the logistics required to bring these goods and services to market.  The program includes essential business principles such as financial management that guides supply chain design and decision- making.  It integrates a customer-centric philosophy throughout with emphasis on the development of leadership and communication skills, essential for negotiations and maintaining strategic relationships.  Focus will include the use of industry technologies as well as quality and continuous improvement processes, systems, and techniques.


The requirements of this advanced diploma program may be achieved within two years of full-time study

Admission Requirements

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  • A degree or diploma program in Business, Engineering, or Information Technology;  or
    A combination of relevant course work and related industry experience 

    Career Possibilities

    Graduates of this program may find work in a range of supply chain management and logistics occupations, where there is a wide array of roles such as procurement, logistics, inventory management, transportation, and contract management.

    Specific Considerations

    Supply Chain Management and Logistics includes course work in relevant business fundamentals.  Learners with a Business Administration degree or diploma may be eligible for credit towards applicable business course.

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    Program Courses

    Course curriculum for this program is still under development. Once the courses have been finalized, they will be posted here. Courses are subject to change.

    NOC Codes

    0113 - Purchasing managers
    1215 - Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupations
    1524 - Purchasing and inventory control workers

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