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Supply Chain

Get certified Supply Chain and Logistics

The Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain and Logistics, consisting of 12 hours of required coursework, can be granted at any time during a student’s pursuit of the M.S. degree or as a stand-alone effort. For current M.S. students, a second application for the certificate must be made through the Graduate College. Graduate certificates are listed on OSU transcripts.


Required Courses (12 credit hours):

  • IEM 5763-Supply Chain Strategy
  • IEM 5613-Integrated Manufacturing Control Systems
  • IEM 5633-Advanced Production and Inventory Control
  • IEM 5203-Facility Location, Warehousing and Transportation


Admissions Requirements and Deadlines

To be considered for admission:

Applicants must have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or equivalent with a consistent above-average performance throughout the undergraduate program in Industrial Engineering or a related field.


International applicants whose native language is not English must submit TOEFL scores with a minimum of 79 iBT or equivalent.


Applicants must also submit the following items –  a statement of professional goals  (no more than two pages), and a current vitae/resume.


The School of IEM makes the admission recommendation, but the final decision is made by the Graduate College to ensure uniform standards across the campus.

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