Seneca helps students efficiently enter the supply chain sector through its impressive Supply Chain Management program.
The global economy is dependent on a complex web of supply chains. These links are incredibly important to keeping us economically afloat. As we’ve learned, any minor disruption to a supply chain causes ripple effects that are felt across the world.
Now more than ever, it’s the right time to find a rewarding career in supply chain management — and the best way to start is with the Supply Chain Management (SCM) graduate certificate program at Seneca.
“If you have the ability to learn new skills and solve problems, then this is the sector for you,” said Jim Wyer, Professor, Seneca School of Human Resources and Global Business. “Students learn while also making industry connections, collaborating, and networking with industry partners and professional associations before they even graduate.”
Students are exposed to all steps of the supply chain, including business processes, digital technology, operations planning and control, procurement, transportation, and warehousing. They can even choose to spend one term in the field through work-integrated learning.
Ready for what’s next
The SCM program also encourages students to consider the overall environmental impacts of supply chain decisions. “Seneca keeps a pulse on the industry to make sure students are fully prepared,” said Wyer. “We prioritize sustainability by offering training that’s forward-thinking.”
Expert faculty help students select their areas of focus and connect them with related industry groups. “Supply chain management is ever-evolving, and we want students to have the support they need to adapt,” said Wyer. “That’s how our graduates continue to find success in all areas of the industry.”