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George Brown College Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Supply Chain Management)
George Brown College

Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Supply Chain Management)

Toronto, Canada

4 Years

English

Full time

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Sep 2024

CAD 20,990 *

On-Campus

* for international students I domestic tuition: $7,690

Introduction

Develop specialized skills to work in a wide range of industries with the Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Supply Chain Management) program. Learn how to analyze data, optimize your use of technology, and build relationships to capitalize on emerging opportunities in the dynamic and fast-paced supply chain management field. This program provides flexible delivery and opportunities to gain real-world experience.

Prepare for exciting opportunities in global sourcing and procurement, transportation and distribution, production management, business planning, and supply chain analysis and logistics with the Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Supply Chain Management) (B310) program. Students will develop a specialized skill set enabling them to adapt to rapidly advancing technologies and supply chain processes in industries including pharmaceutical, transportation, retail, and others.

This four-year program, developed in collaboration with industry, provides increased flexibility with hybrid delivery, and students gain real-world experience with an eight to 12-month co-op and by completing a capstone research project and case studies.

Students develop foundational business knowledge and skills in the program's first two years, followed by two specialized years focusing on advanced enterprise-resource planning, business analytics and digital applications, entrepreneurialism, leadership, and relationship-building.

This program will enable you to:

  • Conduct qualitative and quantitative research and analysis to support supply chain decision-making.
  • Evaluate the value added and financial implications of supply chain decisions and design on overall business profitability, efficiency, and stakeholder satisfaction.
  • Coordinate the efficient handling and movement of goods, services, materials, and related information within and between supply chains.
  • Apply appropriate software and technology to enhance work performance and support supply chain functions, processes, transactions, and communications.

This degree program will help you develop the technical competencies and people skills employers seek in new hires, with a business analytics focus.

This Centre for Business program is part of the School of Management.

Your Field Education Options

Through its existing programs, the Centre for Business has established field education oversight processes and employs staff dedicated to facilitating field supervision. In addition, program staff members are actively involved in facilitating partnerships with industry to optimize students’ work experience opportunities. Field experience for current students is primarily available with experienced industry professionals within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

We expect that students of the Bachelor of Commerce (Supply Chain Management) will be placed with many of our notable training partners, which include organizations such as Lowes, Home Depot, The Source, Canadian Tire, Wal-Mart Canada, LCBO, Bayer, Amgen, TD Bank Group, Intertek, and Stonebrook Business Services.

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