Certificate in Supply Chain Analytics
Students seeking this certificate must be admitted to the Graduate School in a degree program or in nondegree category A status. All Graduate School policies relative to admissions apply.
Because international students must maintain a full course of study, they will not be issued an I-20 to pursue any part-time certificate program. They may, however, obtain a certificate while concurrently pursuing a graduate degree.
Students pursuing the graduate certificate must file an application for admission to the certificate program before half of the required credit hours are obtained. Requests for admission are reviewed by the program faculty and the dean of the Graduate School.
A few courses in this certificate program may require completion of a prerequisite course. Please consult with the graduate coordinator to discuss your application.
This certificate is aimed at equipping students with descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytical skills while providing extensive conceptual and applied engineering background to model and solve complex supply chain management and analytics problems.
This program requires satisfactory completion of four courses from the following list. In addition to these requirements, students must meet the Graduate School’s requirements in order to earn this certificate.
|IME 783||Supply Chain Management||3|
|IME 883||Supply Chain Analytics||3|
|Data Analytics Course|
|Select at least one data analytics course from the following||3|
|Introduction to Data Mining and Analytics|
|Big Data Analytics in Engineering|
|Neural Networks and Machine Learning|
|Bayesian Statistics and Uncertainty Quantification|
|Forecasting and Analytics|
|Select at least one elective course from the following||3|
|Facilities Planning and Design|
|Simulation Modeling and Applications|
|Independent Study in Industrial Engineering (must relate to the supply chain topic)|
|Advanced Independent Study (must relate to the supply chain topic)|
|Total Credit Hours||12|