Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate Admission
The graduate certificate in Supply Chain Management offers both new professionals and those changing careers with end-to-end knowledge of supply chain management. Students who already hold a master's degree, or aren't ready to embark on a full master's degree program, will appreciate this shorter, more targeted program.
Offered jointly with Daniels College of Business and University College — the college of continuing and professional studies at the University of Denver — this graduate certificate requires an application form and fee, official transcripts and a resume.
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Important Admission Information
Students may begin their educational journey in the Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate program at the beginning of any of our four terms (spring, summer, fall, and winter). Important admission dates can be accessed by clicking the "Application Deadlines" button below.
Students can also enroll in a course before they apply if they miss an application deadline but want to begin the program as soon as possible.
University College is committed to educational access, and given the difficult circumstances currently impacting millions of people, it is waiving application fees for the Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate.
Why aren't GRE or GMAT scores required?
Test scores offer an incomplete view of a person, at best. We rely on other factors in your application to determine your potential.
How long does it take to complete the program?
Students can complete the program in as few as six months.
Is the program available online?
Yes. The Supply Chain Management graduate certificate program is offered entirely online with live, interactive discussions to ensure a high-touch experience.
- Is this program eligible for federal student loans?
When do I pay the application fee?
After you submit your online application, you will be prompted to pay the application fee. Application fees can be paid online, by phone with a credit card, or via mail by check or money order.
If I miss the application deadline, can I still take classes?
If you are a domestic graduate student, you can begin taking courses in any given quarter even if you missed the application deadline for that quarter. We allow our students to take classes for one quarter before they have to submit their completed application. Please note financial aid cannot be applied to a course if you are not admitted to a program.