Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)

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The APICS CSCP designation is the most widely recognized educational program designed for operations and supply chain management professionals around the world. Demonstrate mastery of end-to-end supply chain management best practices by earning your APICS CSCP designation. You will exhibit significant commitment to your profession and your career, distinguish yourself as an industry expert and excel with your newly acquired specialized knowledge. Learn how to streamline production and cut costs by strategically looking outside internal operations and throughout the entire supply chain. According to the APICS Salary Survey, people with a CSCP certification earn 21% more than their colleagues without a certification.


Launched in 2006, the APICS CSCP designation has been earned by more than 19,000 professionals worldwide, in 82 countries, and is the standard in global supply chain education.

Who Should Attend

The APICS CSCP education is essential if you are:

  • Interested in increasing your knowledge and expertise in the field of global supply chain management, specifically in the areas of customer relations, international trade, information technology enablement, and physical logistics
  • Consulting or facilitating supply chain functions or working with ERP systems
  • Creating a common standard of understanding, vocabulary, resources, and frameworks within your company to address your supply chain challenges and opportunities.



Exam Requirements

To earn the APICS CSCP designation, candidates must meet eligibility requirements and pass the APICS CSCP exam.

Exam eligibility requirements for the APICS CSCP designation are:

  • Three years of related business experience or
  • Bachelor's degree or the international equivalent, or
  • CPIM, CFPIM, CIRM, SCOR-P, CSM or CPSM designations.

For more information, contact us at unfce@unf.edu or (904) 620-4200. Or, register online.



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