Supply Chain Management Certificate

About Supply Chain Management Certificate

Jump start your new career in Supply Chain Management! Earn your Supply Chain Management Certificate in only two semesters and prepare for a variety of entry- and mid-level management positions as a purchasing agent, operations manager, logistics analyst, or supply chain manager.

Already in management? Fine-tune your skills and become a more effective and efficient decision maker, problem solver, and logistician, or pursue American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) certification.

Total Costs of Supply Chain Management Certificate

(in-district) Total Amount: $2,527

Credit Hours to Complete: 18

Weeks to Complete: 32

What you need to know about getting your Supply Chain Management Certificate (CIP 52.0205)

Total Supply Chain Management Certificate Costs
in-district out-of-district out-of-state international
Tuition $2,007 $6,655 $8,359 $8,359
Additional Costs $520 $520 $520 $520
Program Total $2,527 $7,175 $8,879 $8,879

What makes MCC's Supply Chain Management Certificate program better than, or distinct from, similar programs at other institutions?

  • McHenry County businesses partnered with MCC to develop this Supply Chain Management Certificate program because employers in our community are actively seeking candidates with this knowledge base! While earning your Supply Chain Management Certificate, you'll have opportunities to network with those businesses, expediting your job search.
  • The classes required for this certificate are stackable into our Manufacturing Management or Business Management AAS degrees.

Related programs include:

Occupations that Supply Chain Management Certificate prepares you for
Occupation and Occupational Profile Link SOC Code
Computer and Information Systems Managers 1-3021.00
Industrial Production Managers 11-3051.00
Quality Control Systems Managers 11-3051.01
Geothermal Production Managers 11-3051.02
Biofuels Production Managers 11-3051.03
Biomass Power Plant Managers 11-3051.04
Methane/Landfill Gas Collection System Operators 11-3051.05
Hydroelectric Production Managers 11-3051.06
Construction Managers 11-9021.00
Logisticians 13-1081.00
Logistics Engineers 13-1081.01
Logistics Analysts 13-1081.02
Business Teachers, Postsecondary 25-1011.00
First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 49-1011.00
First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers 51-1011.00

How will MCC's Supply Chain Management Certificate program prepare me for my career or connect me to opportunities?

  • As a part of the course work for the Supply Chain Management Certificate, you'll work with local and national businesses and other students to solve real-world problems within the local community. You'll also have opportunities to network with industry professionals within the college as well as business leaders as part of the prescribed coursework and internship opportunities.
  • Take advantage of MCC's Career Services and the resources available for career information, resume building, and job search activities.

By the Numbers:

  • Median salary for Logistics Analysts in Illinois is $64,900.
  • Earning your APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) designation can increase your hiring potential by 65% and your salary by up to 25%.

What have graduates gone on to do?

The courses within this program are great preparation for American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) certification, an industry-standard within manufacturing and supply chain management sectors. Companies look for that knowledge base when selecting new candidates for hire and after completing this program, you'll be poised for success from the onset with this skillset.

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Semesters to complete assumes students are taking a full-time credit load of 12 credits per semester (the minimum required for federal financial aid).

Proportion of students completing in normal time is the percentage of completers who earned the credential within the specified time of their first enrollment at the College.

Students attending part-time or changing their program of study are two common reasons why they may not complete in "normal" time.

Tuition and fees are set by the Board of Trustees. Prices for books and supplies are subject to change.

See additional information about international student costs.