The SCOR Scholar certification program (SCOR-S) is available to select universities with an established supply chain management program. Universities interested in offering SCOR-S certification are invited to apply for participation. This page provides an overview of the steps involved in joining the program and the key milestones for each semester/year.
Steps involved in joining the program
The SCOR Scholar program is now open for enrollment to universities worldwide. The SCOR-S program should be offered as part of an existing supply chain management program at the university. Universities offering (executive) MBA programs may also consider SCOR-P certification. SCOR-P is an option for such students that have significant experience in supply chain/business. Please note: Students cannot enroll their universities or enroll themselves. The SCOR-S program is offered through participating universities only. Participating universities will provide registration information to students; contact your professor for details.
Steps 1 through 3 are required for first time application only. Steps 4 through 6 need to be repeated annually as part of the annual program renewal. Supply Chain Council reserves the right to audit all examinations without advance notice. Audited examinations not meeting the required minimal testing standards may result in all candidates to fail the exam and will require the university to re-apply and re-submit supporting documentation.
Schedule of events/milestones
Upon the completion of the enrollment the agreed schedule will be executed by Supply Chain Council and the university. The table below highlights the most critical events and milestones. The sequence of these events may differ based on the agreed schedule in the fifth step above.
||Begin student registration
Student registration will be activated and instructions will be emailed to university staff. Students are required to register prior to attending the lecture. Upon registration students will receive instructions where to obtain lecture materials. Unregistered students may not be admitted to the testing center. Interim registration information is available to university faculty upon request.
|Example registration pages
||Lecture materials delivery
Lecture materials will be shipped as per the agreed schedule to the ship-to address for the university. All materials required for a semester will be shipped in bulk to the university. The university will distribute these materials to the students.
Please note the lecture materials are available in electronic format for registered users of members on our website. Students may download these at their convenience.
||Lecture by SCC Qualified Instructor *
A SCC qualified instructor will deliver the 2-day lecture at the university provided venue.
*) Faculty may enroll in the instructor qualification process.
|Instructor qualification process
All examinations are online proctored by university proctors. SCC staff will provide the proctors (1 for every 25 candidates) with instructions and a practice test (questions are not related to SCOR) to test the university infrastructure. Proctors need to complete this verification in advance to avoid technical difficulties at the time of the exam administration. Students will reciev instructions how to register for the exam.
||Examination proctored by university
University faculty (the proctors) will open the examination room and setup the individual terminals for each candidate. Candidates have 2 hours to complete the exam. Upon completion each student will receive immediate results. Details about the full examination procedures can be found in the test administration supervisor manual.
|Test Administration Supervisor manual
||SCOR-S certificates mailed
Supply Chain Council will mail the printed SCOR-S certificates to the university. The primary contact for the university will receive a report with the examination results for all students. SCC does not answer questions about individual examination results to students, students should contact university faculty. Students that provided incorrect or incomplete name information may request a change on their certificate. A $25 re-printing fee applies for name changes and lost certificates.
Steps 7 through 12 will repeat each semester the university offers the SCOR Scholar program to students.
If you would like to speak to a SCC representative about the SCOR Scholar certification program or have additional questions; Contact Caspar Hunsche at +1 202 540 8002 or email@example.com.