You will work with both Mexican and international professors, all of whom bring to the classroom extensive experience in the professional field of supply chain management. You will also have the chance to network with professionals and executives in the field.
You will develop a practical intervention project to improve the effectiveness of the supply-chain processes in an actual company, or you can choose to work on a professional operations simulator using international software to practice supply chain management.
Upon obtaining your degree in the Specialization in Supply Chain Management, you will be eligible to revalidate your credits and apply them toward a Master's Degree at ITESO's Business School by studying for approximately one more year.
Fundamentals (4 mandatory courses)
Operation, Supply and Inventory Control Management
Finances and Costs in the Supply Chain
Sustainable Supply Chain Management (Green Logistics)
Electives (Choose one course)
Strategy and Business Models
Quality Engineering and Management
Research, Development & Innovation (to obtain your degree: two mandatory RD&I seminars)
RD&I I: Research, Development & Innovation I
RD&I II: Research, Development & Innovation II
A total of five 8-credit courses, plus two 4-credit Research, Development & Investigation seminars, for a total of 48 credits in one year of study.
The courses in the Plan of Studies are subject to ongoing review and there may be changes in terms of their order or content.
Recognition of Official Validity of Studies (RVOE, in its initials in Spanish) as set forth in Ministerial Agreement No. 15018 with the Ministry of Public Education (SEP), published in the Official Journal of the Federation on November 29, 1976. Classroom modality.