Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management


Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Launch your career in Toronto’s thriving supply chain industry or anywhere across the world. This One-year Diploma program with Co – Op option provides you with a solid grounding in both business and global supply chain issues.

The supply chain sector is expanding rapidly in Canada, and an educated workforce is recognized as vital to every successful company’s strategy. Your Beta College Diploma will set you apart because it will ensure that you have the knowledge to assess your firm’s supply chain environmental impacts and drive positive actions to reduce carbon emissions and reduce the use of scarce non-renewable resources. 

Potential career opportunities in this sector include operations planner; purchasing agent; supply chain analyst; business process analyst; and warehouse, transportation and logistics coordinator positions in major Canadian companies. Graduates are well-positioned for a progressive career in management.

The best way to succeed in your field is to immerse yourself in it! Co-op is an excellent way to build your professional network, explore career paths and apply in-class teachings to real work situations. Co-op is a model of education that integrates academic learning with workplace learning in fields relevant to our students’ academic and personal goals. Similar to an academic course, work terms are a mandatory component to this form of experiential learning.

Entrance into the co-op option is competitive. Students will be invited to apply to the co-op option during their second semester of study. Students who qualify for co-op will be eligible to complete a four-month, paid work term in the final semester of their program.

Support is available through the Co-op office to assist students with securing their work terms. In addition, the Co-op office is in contact with co-op students and their employers during the work terms to help with any questions. Upon completing the work term, co-op students return to campus to complete their final stage of the program before graduating.

Graduates will find employment with companies involved in sourcing materials, manufacturing, warehousing, management and distribution or transportation of goods.

  • Business data analyst
  • Supply chain coordinator/ manager/analyst
  • Demand and supply planner
  • Buyer/ purchasing/procurement coordinator/manager
  • Operations coordinator/manager/analyst
  • Inventory coordinator/manager/analyst
  • Materials and logistics coordinator/ manager
  • Warehouse and distribution coordinator/manager
  • Quality coordinator/manager/analyst Process improvement coordinator/manager
  • Project coordinator/manager
  • Merchandise Control Clerk
  • Shipper and Receiver
  • Transportation Route Scheduler
  • Export Clerk
  1. Introduction to Canadian Business 
  2. Economics Fundamentals 
  3. Introduction to Business Law 
  4. Accounting Fundamentals and Quickbooks 
  5. International Business 
  6. Entrepreneurship and Business Fundamentals-1 
  7. Career Planning 
  8. International Sourcing and Procurement 
  9. International Transportation (CIFFA-ITTP) 
  10. Customs Process 
  11. Warehouse Processes and Materials Management 
  12. Inventory Management 
  13. Order Management/ Physical Distribution 
  14. Global Logistics 
  15. International Transportation- I I (CIFFA- EFF) 
  16. Microsoft Word 
  17. Microsoft Excel 
  18. Microsoft Access 
  19. Work Placement (CO-OP)
  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Academic documents copies (Certificate and Transcript) of High School and / or university qualification.
  • TOEFL (Minimum 79) OR IELTS (6.0) Certification
  • Wonderlic Test

About the Wonderlic Test:

  • 8-minute test with 30 questions
  • Students will receive a link to complete the test
  • Students must achieve a minimum score of 14 for Fundamental diploma, and a score of 16 for Data Analytics diploma. For all other programs, students must achieve a minimum score of 15

Computer Use Expectation:

  • In order to successfully progress through your studies at Beta College of Business & Technology, it is recommended that you have access to a personal computer or laptop. For additional information please refer to program specific admission page.

International applicants over the age of 18 years must do the BETA College Academic Test (WONDERLIC) and receive the minimum test score that is approved for the program that the student is applying for OR

Provide proof of academic standing equivalent to Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)

Native English Applicants: 

  • English proficiency tests are not required.

Non-Native English Applicants: 

  • IELTS (minimum 6) or TOEFL (minimum 79)

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