Supply chain management professionals are involved in all business processes from raw materials extraction to consumer purchase, ensuring the right product is in the hands of the right consumer at the right time. This program provides exposure to the key concepts, tools and technologies needed for a successful career in supply chain mangement. The certificate coursework covers a wide array of important topics, including strategic supply chain design, supply chain planning and forecasting, sourcing and procurement, logistics, distribution and inventory mangement and lean management principles.
Successful completion of GRBA 815 Supply
Chain Management Strategies
plus three other courses with at least a C or better in each class is required.
Classes can be taken
pass/no pass, but pass is defined as C or better for this purpose.
Please refer to the Nebraska Course Catalog for detailed descriptions of all supply chain management courses.
Three of the following courses are also required:
Please view the Online Course Schedule to determine when each of these courses will be offered.
The following courses may also be taken as part of the certificate program when offered:
The business analytics certificate program is designed to assist students in developing the ability to solve practical business problems by applying analytical techniques to data. Business Analytics (GRBA 851) and Econometrics (ECON 817) provide the necessary background in statistical and analytical methods. Those courses offer an overview of key statistical concepts and techniques, including multivariate methods, while incorporating hands-on data analysis. The remaining two courses, Strategic Database Marketing (MRKT 850) and Data Mining (SCMA 853) are hands-on with a focus on problem-solving. The examples discussed in these two courses will demonstrate how to apply specific statistical and analytic techniques to a variety of practical problems. The courses in this certificate program will expose students to software and programming languages used for statistics and data analysis in industry.
GRBA 851 is required as the first course in the program, as it explains what business analytics is, why it is so important and how to use it.
It also includes an overview of the principles, concepts and applications of business analytics.
Upon completion of GRBA 851, the other three courses may be taken in any sequence.
Please view the online course schedule to determine when each of these courses will be offered.
Please refer to the Nebraska Course Catalog for detailed descriptions of courses.
Prereqs: Permission of College of Business Graduate Programs Office
Broad understanding and knowledge of important business analytic topics and how they can be
used to support decision making in all business areas, government, education, and agriculture.
Designed to give undergraduate and master's level economics students an introduction to basic
econometric methods including economic model estimation and analyses of economic data.
Prereqs: ECON 215 or equivalent
Prereqs: GRBA 851
Data mining applies quantitative analysis to support humans in identifying actionable information from large amounts of data.
For more information call or email Brandon Urry, Program Coordinator at 402-472-2338 or