Individuals in the acquisition or logistics career fields; students stationed at depots, labs, acquisition centers or program offices, or headquarters. This certificate may be applied towards the Masters Systems Engineering program contingent upon acceptance into the program and approval.
Expected Completion Time
15 months, part-time.
Five academic courses
When to Start
Students should plan to begin this program in the winter quarters.
Intro to Supply Chain Management
Lean Operations Management
Quantitative Decision Making
Intro to Probability and Stats
Applicants should hold a Bachelor's degree with a 3.0 or above, to include a math background at least at the college algebra level.
The Supply Chain Management Certificate Program (SCM) is an organizationally funded program that targets individuals within the acquisition or logistics career fields working at depots, labs, acquisition centers or program offices, or headquarters.
Qualified applicants admitted into the program will normally be funded for their tuition by a federal agency ("unit funded"). Academic qualification requirements aside, applicants who are not unit funded will be admitted by exception, on a case-by-case basis only. In short, entry into the SCM program requires both academic acceptance into the program and agreement on the organizational funding mechanism. The program starts each Winter quarter in agreement with the AFIT Academic Calendar. For more Admissions information: Admissions-Certificate Eligibility
For More Information
View the Department of Operational Sciences Supply Chain Management Program
Contact SCM Program Administrator
Ms. Melissa Stewart (937) 255-3636 ext. 4383 (DSN 785)