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Undergraduate Certificate in Operations & Supply Chain Management

Program at a Glance

Program

Operations & Supply Chain Management

Format

Online, Hybrid

Total Units

18

Summer ’24 Early Application Deadline

March 17

Program Overview

Operations professionals are responsible for the internal workings of their companies. Students who pursue our Undergraduate Certificate in Operations and Supply Chain Management are trained to take the reins, working behind the scenes of high-tech manufacturing, engineering and construction, biotech, consumer products, apparel manufacturers, transportation and logistics companies.

The Undergraduate Certificate in Operations and Supply Chain Management is for professionals who may not need a degree but want to update or broaden their skills.

Admission Requirements

  • Undergraduate certificate program applicants must submit official transcripts documenting that they have been awarded the equivalent of high school diplomas from approved institutions. Students who have earned 12 semester units or 18 quarter units or more from regionally accredited U.S. institutions must submit complete official transcripts detailing this coursework.
  • Certificate students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
  • Official test score reports or other proof of fulfillment of GGU’s English Language Proficiency Admission Requirement are required for all applicants whose native language is not English.

Please note that some courses taken as part of certificate programs will have prerequisites. These prerequisites must be satisfied (through transfer of equivalent coursework or through taking the courses at Golden Gate) before the certificate courses can be completed.

See Certificate Program Admission Policies and Undergraduate Transfer Credit Policies for more information.

Curriculum

The program normally involves four courses (12 units) with the operations management (prefix OP) and two other courses (6 units) as approved by the department for a total of 18 units. All courses must be completed at Golden Gate with a “C” average (2.00) or better.

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