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Supply Chain Logistics Certificate

Location(s): In Person and Online


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Program Overview

Major ID: 315C

Program Start Dates: Fall, Spring

In order to be admitted to the Supply Chain Logistics certificate program, the student must have previous related work experience or a business degree (minimum - AAS). Program Faculty approval is required for admission. This certificate is not designed for entry level to the logistics field, but as an add-on certificate to enhance and build on prior knowledge.

Logistics management is concerned with the procurement, movement, storage and processing of materials and information across the whole of the supply chain, from acquisition of raw materials and components, through manufacturing, to delivery of finished products to end users.

This program provides students the opportunity of understanding modern supply chain management. Supply chain management demands a multidisciplinary and cross-functional approach to business which transcends the traditional functional boundaries and management disciplines that characterize many organizations.

This certificate program is transferable to the Supply Chain Logistics AAS Degree.

Career Opportunities

Supply Chain Logistics offers a wide variety of employment opportunities. Some of these are purchasing and supplier management, manufacturing logistics, inventory management, transport management, distribution, warehousing management, customer service management, information management and logistics and supply chain strategy. Because of the wide range of jobs open to graduates, prospective students are asked to consult with the program instructor for specific job forecasts.

Program Outcomes

  1. Graduates will have knowledge and skills in distribution planning, transportation management, and logistics.
  2. Graduates will have knowledge and skills in customer service.
  3. Graduates will be prepared for positions in transportation, distribution, and supply chain management.
  4. Graduates will have knowledge and skills to provide foresight of potential opportunities in the management of the supply chain.

Program Faculty

Promeet Jaswant Singh
promeet.jaswantsingh@saintpaul.edu 651.846.1519

Jon Stambaugh
jon.stambaugh@saintpaul.edu 651.846.1592

Part-time/Full-time Options

This program can be completed by using a combination of day, evening, and online courses. Part time and full-time options are available.

Program Faculty approval required for admission

This certificate is not designed for entry level to the logistics field, but as an add-on certificate to enhance and build on prior knowledge.

Program Requirements


The student must have related work experience or a business degree (minimum - AAS) to be admitted to the Supply Chain Logistics Certificate.

Program Faculty approval required for admission.

Course Sequence


The following sequence is recommended; however, this sequence is not required. Contact Program Faculty with questions.

Total Semester Credits: 9


Total Semester Credits: 10


Total Program Credits: 19


Information is subject to change. This Program Requirements Guide is not a contract.

Minimum Program Entry Requirements
Students entering this program must meet the following minimum program entry requirements:

Reading: Score of 250+ or grade of “C” or better in READ 0722  or READ 0724  or EAPP 0900  

Writing: Score of 250+ or grade of “C” or better in ENGL 0922  or EAPP 0900  

Arithmetic: Score of 225+ Requires additional education and/or experience in the field in addition to assessment requirements.

Assessment Results and Prerequisites: Students admitted into Saint Paul College programs may need to complete additional courses based on assessment results and course prerequisite requirements. Certain MATH, READ, and ENGL courses have additional prerequisites.

In order to be admitted to the Supply Chain Logistics program, the student must have related work experience or a business degree (minimum - AAS Degree).

Faculty approval required for admission.

Degree option may have a greater requirement than this certificate.

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