Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
Logistics industry has seen a tremendous growth with the supply chain activities contributing to one-third of Canada's GDP. Organizations are compelled to seek individuals with sound knowledge of logistics functions and decision making capabilities to manage the flow of materials and information across the supply chain. The Logistics Certificate helps you prepare for the challenges of integrated logistics management by providing theoretical and practical approaches to operations management, purchasing, distribution, decision analysis, systems thinking and supply chain management.
Admission requirements: Students engaging in the professional certificate will either:
- have been admitted to and registered in an existing undergraduate degree program at York,
- have previously completed a university degree with academic credentials earned at recognized / accredited institutions,
- or otherwise be admissible to York;
- applicants without prior university education may apply to be admitted to the direct-entry certificate program through York University’s mature student application (check the process Application for Entry to a Certificate program at the School of Administrative Studies.)
According to York’s admissions requirements, an Ontario high school student needs the following to be accepted into this professional certificate in logistics:
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma
- one 4U math course
Graduating with a certificate: except where otherwise stated, a minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.00 is required to satisfy certificate requirements. Students must also submit application to graduate from a certificate program. Transcript notation that the requirements for a certificate have been completed will be made once the Registrar's Office has received notice from the unit administering the program. Certificates will not be conferred until candidates have successfully completed an undergraduate degree program if they are simultaneously enrolled in a degree and a certificate program. The Faculty does not award certificates retroactively. Refer to the Academic Standards section for details of the undergraduate certificate minimum standards.
Students should consult the School of Administrative Studies as to the recommended sequencing of courses. Departmental level advising is recommended for this certificate.
To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate.