University Catalog 2024-2025

Textile Supply Chain Management (Certificate)

The Graduate Certificate Program in Textile Supply Chain Management provides NC State graduate students the opportunity to develop recognized academic credentials in this concentration in addition to their major area of graduate study. The Certificate also provides non-degree graduate-level students the opportunity to develop recognized advanced expertise in Textile Supply Chain Management.

More Information

Textile Supply Chain Management Program Website

Admission Information

Applicants must meet one of the 3 following requirements:

  • Be a graduate of an accredited four-year college or university, and have a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4-point scale in their last 60 credit hours of undergraduate study; 
  • Be a degree student in good standing in a NC State University graduate program; and
  • Have a Master’s degree.

Provisional Admission

Applicants who do not meet the GPA requirements may be admitted provisionally based on past work experiences as a professional in textiles or a textile related field. Supporting documentation of professional experience in textiles should be submitted for provisional admission. Students who are admitted provisionally must earn at least a “B” average in the first three courses of the certificate program in order obtain full admission into the certificate program.

Applicant Information

  • Delivery Method: On-Campus
  • Entrance Exam: None
  • Interview Required: None

Application Deadlines

Please visit The Graduate School Application Deadlines page for more information.

Plan Requirements

Required Courses
TTM 501Textile Enterprise Integration3
TTM 761Supply Chain Management and Information Technology3
TE 533Lean Six Sigma Quality 13
or TE 540 Textile Information Systems Design
Select two of the following advanced courses:6
Textile Quality and Process Control
Strategic Planning for Textile Firms
Global Perspectives in Textiles Supply Chain Management (USA)
Total Hours15

either or both - spare will be used as an "advanced course"