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Following the pandemic and the consequent negative effects on businesses, companies are proactively dedicating resources to cultivate resilient supply chains. Consequently, there is a growing demand for individuals possessing expertise in this area.

Sheridan College’s Supply Chain Management Certificate is an accelerated program designed to introduce key concepts, strategies, and processes used in the production of goods, from securing raw materials to distributing them to customers.

The certificate prepares students for careers in logistics management, supply chain operations, inventory control, distribution planning, and related fields.

One-year completion as a full-time student.

Sheridan College Offers

Sheridan College has career-relevant curriculum in a blended format of coursework and instruction mixed with hands-on experience.

The Supply Chain Management Certificate is an accelerated, affordable program, allowing you to work with qualified industry professionals while gaining a year of relevant experience.

Learn through a variety of teaching methods and small class sizes from highly respected faculty.

Employment Opportunities

According to the Wyoming Long-Term Projections spanning from 2020 to 2030, there is a significant increase in the demand for various managerial roles and specialized positions.

Available at Sheridan College and online

Faculty and Community

Sheridan College faculty is here to help guide you through relevant and applicable courses, help you build key skills, and mentor you as you pursue your goals.

With years of professional experience, we focus career-relevant curriculum aligned to teaching real-world skills.  Students have enjoyed the opportunity to integrate theory and practical application into college experiences.

The faculty instructors at Sheridan College offer these courses in a variety of delivery methods that meet your interests and needs.

Careers and Opportunities

According to The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment within the realm of Supply Chain Management Professionals is projected to surge by 30 percent from 2020 to 2030, a notably faster pace compared to the average growth across all professions. These are some potential careers in this field:

  • Supply Chain Managers
  • General & Operations Managers
  • Operation Specialist Managers
  • Business Operations Specialists
  • Logistics Analysts