Humber North Campus
Two semesters, beginning in September and January
Supply chain costs are key to competitiveness in all sectors. In consumer product goods, for instance, supply chain costs represent 32 per cent of the total manufacturing costs in Canada. Rapid developments in supply chain technology and practices are creating great demand for workers with up-to-date skills and knowledge in such diverse industries as consumer packaged goods, pharmaceutical products, service businesses, manufacturing, high-tech, automotive, retail, and transportation. Work as an analyst, manager, or specialist in such departments as: purchasing/procurement, warehousing, transportation, production/quality, logistics, international trade, and planning. Graduates often find themselves in middle-management positions within five to seven years of graduation.
Employers of recent Supply Chain Management graduates include Canadian Tire Corporation, UPS, Ford, IBM, HP, Xerox, Suncor, Johnson & Johnson, Walmart, Loblaw, Sobeys, Shoppers Drug Mart, Nestlé, Progistix and Sleep Country Canada.
Supply Chain Management courses provide you with a solid grounding in both business and global supply chain issues. Students learn such skills as researching and analyzing the marketplace; developing demand forecasts; evaluating suppliers’ capabilities to deliver; developing aggregate production plans and detailed master production schedules; and analyzing business processes. Students also learn industry-standard theories, methods, and techniques (Six Sigma, Total Quality Management, Just-in-Time, Lean, Theory of Constraints) and how they apply to supply chain management strategies and problem solving.
Humber is a proud member of the SAP University Alliance. This program is supported by TSI Group, and Progistix.
This program is accredited by Supply Chain and Logistics Canada (SCL) and the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council.
• A bachelor’s degree
• A test in English and/or mathematics (if required)
• If English is not your first language, refer to the English Language Proficiency Policy in this publication
Note: For further information, refer to the Selection Procedures section in this publication.
Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the program.
The 2011/2012 fee for two semesters is
– domestic $5,176
– international $12,200.
Amounts listed are the total of tuition, lab and material fees, student service and auxiliary fees for the first two semesters of the 2011/2012 academic year.
Fees are subject to change.
For further information, refer to Fees and Financial Assistance in this publication.
|SCM. 500||Logistics Technology 1||3|
|SCM. 502||Marketing and Sales||2|
|SCM. 503||Transportation and Warehousing 1||3|
|SCM. 504||Supply/Demand Management 1||4|
|SCM. 506||Business Processes 1||3|
|SCM. 511||Purchasing/Supplier Management||3|
|SCM. 516||Business Communications||2|
|SCM. 507||Logistics Technology 2||3|
|SCM. 508||International Logistics||3|
|SCM. 510||Transportation and Warehousing 2||3|
|SCM. 512||SCM - Competitive Advantage||3|
|SCM. 513||Supply Chain Integrative Project||2|
|SCM. 514||Business Processes 2||3|
|SCM. 515||Supply/Demand Management 2||2|
|SCM. 517||Business Leadership||2|