Supply Chain Project Management Certificate

Within supply chain every project affects at least one or more customer, supplier or internal business function. Therefore successful supply chain project managers not only need to know the core competencies in supply chain and logistics, but they also need outstanding skills in leadership, communication, change management, and an understanding of project management frameworks.

Obtain these in-demand skills and industry knowledge by enrolling in the Georgia Tech Supply Chain Project Management Certificate. Our certificate program is aligned with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). This certificate prepares you for tackling the significant challenges of managing projects within the supply chain network. This four-course series was developed by supply chain and project management experts in order to give you applicable knowledge and skills, so that upon completion you are capable of making immediate contributions to your organization’s supply chain activities and directly contribute to success.

How You Will Benefit

  • Gain an understanding of how to apply the PMBOK® Guide areas to supply chain projects
  • Learn how to better incorporate project management into the supply chain decision making process
  • Apply project methodologies to lead complex supply chain projects
  • Learn the skills needed to effectively manage and complete projects on time, within budget, and within scope
  • Understand project integration and procurement practices applied in the supply chain, to ensure you are selecting the right vendor partnerships based on business goals
  • Learn to apply an integrated approach to address the complexities of supply chain transformation projects
  • Advance your career as a supply chain project manager
  • Gain exposure to a curriculum that focuses on real-world supply chain project issues

Who Should Participate

  • Project Managers and Project Management Assistants
  • Professionals seeking Project Management Professional Certification
  • Professionals interested in becoming Supply Chain Project Managers
  • Supply chain professionals with little formal project management training who are exposed to projects on a regular basis
  • Supply chain management professionals overseeing projects
  • Supply Chain Project Managers responsible for developing and implementing efficient, robust and compliant end-to-end supply chain for products or services
  • Professionals that assist in resource assignment to various projects that are impacting the supply chain and overall project prioritization
  • Professionals who are engaged in conducting Transformation initiatives and change management
  • Professionals who are engaged in selecting vendors for components of supply chain management operations
  • Managers/ supervisors that are non-project managers needing to sharpen their supply chain project manager skills

Delivery Method

Classroom

Certificate Requirements

  • Certificates must be completed within 6 years; courses completed more than 6 years ago may not be applied toward certificate
  • All courses applied to a certificate program must be taken from Georgia Tech

For Certificate-Related Questions

Please contact the course administrator: Carole Bennett