Supply Chain Management

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Below are the top discussions from Reddit that mention this online Coursera specialization from Rutgers the State University of New Jersey.

This Specialization is an introduction to the fascinating world of Supply Chain Management.

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Rutgers the State University of New Jersey

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0 posts • 5 mentions • top 4 shown below

r/supplychain • post
8 points • moe761
Coursera specialization VS. College professional certificate

Hello everyone,

Quick back story: I have an undergrad in political science but have been working in warehouse management for a few years now. My initial plan was to go into law enforcement but am now seriously thinking about committing to a career in SCM.

I want to attain a professional certificate in supply chain management and was wondering how getting one through a site like Coursera (taught fully online through Rutgers) compared to one through a college extension program per se (like UCSD Extension).

https://extension.ucsd.edu/courses-and-programs/supply-management?utm_source=faq&utm_medium=pdf&utm_campaign=ced-int-supply-management

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/supply-chain-management

Any thoughts?

r/FIREyFemmes • comment
3 points • ArcaneTeddyBear

In terms of learning the lingo and knowledge gaps you have, it's more cost effective to just learn the things you need to for free online or only pay for the classes you need. For example, let's assume you haven't done supply chain management before and you're a bit nervous setting up the textile importing gig, you could take a free online course on it (https://www.coursera.org/specializations/supply-chain-management).

r/supplychain • comment
1 points • kangladesh

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/supply-chain-management?

r/industrialengineering • post
3 points • oHuSsEiNx
Anyone took any of these courses form Coursera ??

I will be able to take one of these courses from Coursera on a discount, I'm an industrial engineering student and need some feedback if anyone took any of these courses, which one of these courses are beneficial and actually valuable?

1- Key Technologies for business (IBM)

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/key-technologies-for-business?

2- Supply chain management (Rutgers)

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/supply-chain-management

3- Six sigma yellow belt (University system of Georgia)

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/six-sigma-fundamentals

4- Project Management principles and practices (University of California, Irvine)

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/project-management

From all of these supply chain management and yellow six sigma seems the most beneficial in terms of depth of content, the key technologies for business course seems to offer pretty basic knowledge and foundations. Would appreciate the feedback.