2014/15 Program

Supply Chain Management

Our Program

Humber’s two-semester Supply Chain Management graduate certificate program provides you with a solid grounding in both business and global supply chain issues. Major changes in processes and technology have led to a high demand for workers with modern supply chain skills.

In two semesters, Humber students learn to research and analyze the marketplace; develop demand forecasts; evaluate suppliers’ capabilities to deliver; utilize technology such as Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing (SAP); develop aggregate and master production plans/schedules; and analyze business processes. Supply Chain Management 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 SAP University Alliances member school, ensuring students learn this key supply chain management software. See Professional Accreditation, Endorsement and Recognition for more details.

“I considered a number of supply chain management programs. I chose Humber because it taught SAP, was accredited by the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council (CSCSC) and ­Supply Chain & Logistics Association Canada (SCL), can be completed in just two semesters, and had the strongest reputation of any supply chain management program in the Toronto area.”

Zaid, student

Your Career

The supply chain sector is expanding rapidly in Canada and an educated workforce is recognized as vital to every successful company’s strategy. Supply chain expertise helps companies manage goods and services locally and around the globe.

Humber Supply Chain Management graduates are exposed to skills that businesses rely on including training using SAP software. Potential career opportunities include operations planner, purchasing agent, supply chain analyst, business process analyst and warehouse, transportation and logistics co-ordinator’s positions in major Canadian companies. Graduates often find themselves in middle-management positions within five to seven years of graduation.

Managing supply chain costs helps companies operate more effectively. The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council’s 2012 Human Resources (HR) Study Update estimates the sector “will need to recruit 65,979 individuals on an annual basis to accommodate demand growth.”

Employers of recent Supply Chain Management graduates include Canadian Tire Cor­poration, UPS, Xerox, Suncor, Johnson & Johnson, Walmart, Loblaw, Sobeys, Shoppers Drug Mart, Nestlé, SCI and Sleep Country Canada.

Our Industry Partnerships

Humber is a member of the SAP University Alliance. This program is supported by TSI Group and Supply Chain & Logistics Association Canada (SCL). 

Professional Accreditation, Endorsement and Recognition

This program is accredited by Supply Chain & Logistics Association Canada (SCL) and the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council (CSCSC). As a SAP University Alliances member school, Humber gains access to the SAP Business Suite family of solutions, including SAP ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning). This comprehensive business software suite supports business, engineering, and information technology programs, enabling students to put classroom theory into practice through demonstrations, exercises and problem solving, case studies, and research programs.

Admission Requirements
  • 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

Note: For more information, refer to Selection Procedures.

Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the program.


The 2014/2015 fee for two semesters is
• domestic $5,844.16
• international $14,400.
Amounts listed are the total of tuition, lab and material fees, student service and auxiliary fees for the first two semesters of the 2014/2015 academic year.
Fees are subject to change. For more information, refer to Fees and Financial Assistance.


Semester 1

Course Code Course Name
SCM. 500 Logistics Technology
SCM. 503 Distribution 1
SCM. 504 Supply and Demand 1
SCM. 506 Business Processes 1
SCM. 511 Purchasing/Supplier Management
SCM. 516 Business Communications

Semester 2

Course Code Course Name
SCM. 508 International Logistics
SCM. 510 Distribution 2
SCM. 512 SCM: Competitive Advantage
SCM. 513 Supply Chain Integrative Project
SCM. 514 Business Processes 2
SCM. 515 Supply and Demand 2