Global Supply Chain Management Certificate


Program Summary

The Global Supply Chain Management Certificate prepares individuals for positions as managers, directors, and integral leaders within corporate supply chains.  Students will emerge with strengthened leadership abilities in the areas of strategic and operational alignment, global business practices, and the overall execution, control, and oversight needed to build a competitive global infrastructure.  Students will engage in both class-room and experiential-based learning opportunities, within the areas of global trade and compliance, international trade law, cyber-security, global sustainability, and much more.

This certificate program is designed for those who have at least three years of experience in any of the functional areas of supply chain management.

A candidate who completes the certificate requirements within an eighteen (18) month period will receive a certificate of completion from Saint Louis University Center for Supply Chain Management.

This non-academic credit certificate will establish a permanent record within the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University, documenting the recipient’s exposure to state-of-the-art supply chain management techniques. Each of the required seminars will be offered at least twice a year.

supply-chainNow Enrolling for the Spring 2017 Semester


Individuals may take the modules as stand alone courses, but in order to be awarded the certificate all modules must be registered for and completed.

Courses meet, unless otherwise noted, at the following times and locations:


Spring 2017

Global Trade Management ComplianceFebruary 9-10
Global Trade Legal EnviromentMarch 16
Global Supply Chain SecurityMarch 17
Risk ManagementApril 10
Supply Chain Trade OperationsMay 4-5


* Members of the Center for Supply Chain Management are able to redeem member discounts on the program tuition. Please contact the center by calling (314) 977-3617 or emailing cscms@slu.edu to obtain your discount code before beginning the registration process. 


Please address all questions to the Center for Supply Chain Management: