What is SCOR Scholar (SCOR-S) certification?
- An industry-recognized certification for supply chain management students.
- Demonstrates a person’s knowledge of common supply chain terms, concepts and principles.
- Is focused on students and academic staff.
- May be acquired through select universities only.
SCOR-S is based on the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR®) framework, a cross-industry diagnostic tool for supply chain management, and the SCOR-P certification for supply chain practitioners.
Universities and students benefit from SCOR-S.
SCOR-S training prepares students for the real-world challenges of supply chain management, by giving them advanced knowledge of standard metrics, processes and skills. Ready to play an active role on a supply chain team, SCOR-S certified students become more attractive to potential employers
The SCOR-S program integrates training and certification into a university’s existing supply chain curriculum. Participation requires students to have knowledge of common supply chain terms, concepts and principles, and to be enrolled in a supply chain management program in the participating university.
How to participate in the program
Demand has been high among universities wishing to participate in the SCOR-S program. To maintain quality and provide the best experience possible, Supply Chain Council must limit the number of universities enrolling in the program. Our review committee will approve and prioritize applications based on capacity and the following requirements:
- an established supply chain management undergraduate program,
- active interest from a significant number of students willing to participate in the program, and
- facilities and written proctoring protocols for administering the exam.
Details of the enrollment process along with links to SCOR-S resources can be found at our University Enrollment Process page.
If you would like to speak to a Supply Chain Council representative about the SCOR Scholar program contact Caspar Hunsche at +1 202 540 8002 or firstname.lastname@example.org.