Admission to the Supply Chain Management Post-baccalaureate Certificate program will be competitive and the eligibility requirements to be admitted into the program are:
*See Exceptions to Policy in Graduate Admissions.
Those students who have no background in statistics or those having a BS degree more than five years old will have to take a course in statistics - EBTM 501 - Applied Business Statistics prior to taking classes in the program.
All application materials can be sent online via the "Apply Online" link on the right hand side of this page. Please note that new students are only admitted to the program in the Fall semester.
Deadlines are for Fall Admission Only
U.S. citizens or permanent residents: June 1
International students who reside inside the U.S.: June 1
International students who reside outside the U.S.: April 1
Important Notice: Applications received by the deadlines will receive priority consideration for admissions. Applicants who have missed their respective deadlines need to contact the program director first and admissions are considered based on the availability of seats.
Students may validate their background in statistics by providing an official transcript that shows either completion of an undergraduate degree that included a statistics course within the past 5 years or the successful completion of a statistics course in the past 5 years.
Students who do not have transcripts attesting to their background in statistics may qualify for a waiver by successfully completing a Statistics Qualifier Exam. The exam is administered by the Program Director and may be scheduled directly with the Program Director. It is a two-hour written exam, calculator allowed.
The exam will be graded by EBTM faculty and pass/fail results will be provided to the student.
Students may choose to brush-up on their statistics skills prior to taking the Statistics Qualifier Exam by participating in an online self-paced course developed by the EBTM faculty. The online program is provided through the publisher of the textbook and can be accessed directly through their site for a cost of $80. Please contact the Program Director, Natalie Scala, nscala AT_TOWSON for the course code.