Executive Certificate in Supply Chain Management

Intense global competition has created a competitive environment that demands reduced costs, shorter cycle times, enhanced revenues, and a constant search for new ways to provide competitive value. By providing a better understanding of value chains, logistic systems, demand and supply chain planning processes, operations, quality systems, and supply networks, Lehigh’s Supply Chain Management Certificate enables participants to create competitive advantages for their organization and their career.  

How do I earn a Supply Chain Management Certificate?

The certificate is awarded when six one- and two-day programs are taken within two years, but it may be completed in as few as four months. Certificates will only be granted to those who complete all six programs:

Programs do not need to be taken as listed (although the Capstone Experience must be completed last), but they are designed to build on each other in this order. You may indicate your intent to earn a Supply Chain Management Certificate by emailing us at execed@lehigh.edu prior to completing your first program or any time after.

Who should attend?

The certificate program was designed for mid-level managers and functional experts with at least three to five years of professional experience and who are interested in gaining new knowledge and skills for success in Supply Chain Management and Operations-based positions.

What is the cost and what does it include?

The total for all six programs is $8060, which includes all program materials, meals (continental breakfast, lunch and beverage breaks), exceptional learning opportunities with Lehigh faculty, and networking with a diverse group of fellow participants. All of our available discounts, including those offered to organizations that send multiple participants through the certificate series, can be applied. More details on discounts can be found in our FAQs

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