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Enrich your Wisconsin School of Business degree with the Supply Chain Management Certificate

Boost your knowledge and career opportunities

If you’re interested in a fast-paced challenging career, consider supply chain management. From logistics management to marketing channels to analytics, undergraduate business students learn how to think about the supply chain in an integrated business framework while earning the certificate.

An applied learning program structure means you’ll gain experience both in and out of the classroom through guest speakers, site visits, case competitions, and internships.

Adding the Certificate in Supply Chain Management to your business degree will open doors to a wide range of internships and employment. Our graduates enjoy a high placement rate and some of the highest starting salaries at the Wisconsin School of Business.

Career Results


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Certificate in Supply Chain Management graduates have found employment with these companies and more:

  • Amazon
  • Baker Tilly
  • Bon-Ton
  • BP America
  • Cargill
  • Coyote Logistics
  • Georgia-Pacific
  • General Mills
  • Ingredion
  • KBX Logistics
  • Kerry
  • Kimberly-Clark
  • Kohl’s Department Stores
  • Kohler Co.
  • Lands’ End
  • Medline Industries
  • Milwaukee Tool
  • Nike, Inc.
  • Oshkosh Corporation
  • Oracle
  • PepsiCo
  • RockAuto
  • Rockwell Automation
  • SC Johnson
  • Uline
  • Walgreens

Program Overview

Engaging courses and supply chain management events will foster your innovative thinking.

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How to Apply

You can start next semester!

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Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management

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The Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management was established in 1991 to support advanced education in supply chain management. Our faculty is comprised of a well-rounded team to present a cross-functional approach to supply chain management and our advisory board gives students direct access to senior executives at firms known for supply chain excellence.

Five Pillars guide the work of the Grainger Center:

  • Individualized Student Development
  • Close-Knit Community
  • Interdisciplinary Orientation
  • Breadth and Depth
  • Applied Learning
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We are available to discuss the application process and academic requirements with you, as well as career planning.

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