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CPIM Prep Course / Review Program

Enroll for 2017 CPIM Courses
College/University students only
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The Naveen Jindal School of Management offers CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management) review program/prep courses ONLY to community college and university students. Individuals and working professionals who do not hold student status but are interested in CPIM prep courses should contact APICS North Texas for registration.

The CPIM review program at UT Dallas prepares students for careers in the areas of production and inventory management, operations, supply chain management, procurement, materials management and purchasing.

CPIM Review Program Benefits

  • Increase functional knowledge of production and inventory management
  • Maximize ROI on the systems and technologies within organizations
  • Master the tools needed to effectively manage global supply chain activities
  • Gain knowledge to apply the principles of ERP software within organizations
  • Earn customer satisfaction by delivering Lean/Just-in-Time products and services
  • Create consistency and foster collaboration through best practices

Enroll For CPIM Prep Course

  • CPIM Overview
  • CPIM Instructors
  • Spring 2018 Schedule

CPIM Overview

CPIM focuses on the mastery of an organization’s internal operations and provides in-depth understanding of material management, master scheduling, forecasting, production planning, and provides the knowledge to apply the information across the extended supply chain. The CPIM program provides employees with the understanding to evaluate production and inventory activities within an organization’s global operations by improving efficiency, maximizing technology ROI and streamlining operations to address challenges. The CPIM program increases a candidate’s functional knowledge of production and inventory management by providing them with the tools they need to effectively evaluate and manage activities.

The certification body of knowledge consists of 2 modules M1 and M2. M1 is the basics of supply chain management. The section explores the basic concepts in managing the flow of materials in a supply chain. In this module, students will get a complete overview of material flow, from internal and external suppliers to and from an organization. This course set a strong foundation and understanding for content in next section. M2 focuses on areas not limited to master planning of resources, detailed scheduling and planning, execution and control of operations, and strategic management of resources. The content will increase a student’s functional knowledge of production and inventory management, help one improve supply chain efficiencies, forecasting, and maximize internal and external customer satisfaction. More importantly, it will help one have the ability to increase profitability by optimizing a firm’s inventory investment.

CPIM Instructors

Vince Mozik, CPIM, CSCP, PMP, MBA

Vince Mozik, CPIM, CSCP, PMP, MBA

Vince Mozik is an APICS Associate Instructor for CPIM, CSCP, Lean, Global Sourcing, and Principles. He holds over 14 years of Fortune 500 supply chain experience across 5 industries ranging from the petroleum, automotive, industrial, electronics, and aerospace sectors. Vince has expertise in identifying and implementing solutions to advance profitability, operations, and team effectiveness.

Currently, Vince is a Planning Manager at Aviall Services, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company. He has held previous positions at Parker Hannifin, American Axle, Jabil Circuit, General Electric, Mitsubishi Motors, and Marathon Oil. Vince holds a MBA from the University of Detroit Mercy and a BBA from Western Michigan University in Integrated Supply Matrix Management.

Terry Egan, MBA, CPIM

Terry Egan, MBA, CPIM

Terry is an experienced supply chain professional with expertise in inventory management, vendor management, distribution operations, manufacturing planning, contracts negotiation and global strategic sourcing. He has held leadership roles at Motorola, Verizon, Neiman Marcus, and Nokia.

He is a recognized CPIM instructor and has taught courses at local manufacturing companies and universities. Terry received his BS from DePaul University in Operations Management and an MBA in Management from Abilene Christian University.



Jim is Senior Director of Procurement for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. Jim has 30 years of experience in purchasing, operations, manufacturing, materials, contracts, project management, supplier and customer relationship management and government purchasing. He has previously held a number of management and leadership positions at Steelcase, Applied Materials, Brooks Instrument, Carrier, Trane and General Electric.

Jim is a six sigma green belt an accomplished CPIM instructor and currently teaches Purchasing and Sourcing Management at the University of Texas at Dallas. He received his BS in Engineering Operations from Iowa State University and MBA in Production and Operations Management from the University of Texas at Tyler.

Spring 2018 Schedule

All classes are held in JSOM 2.102.

Module 1
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6 Session 7 Session 8 Session 9 Session 10 Session 11
2/24/18 2/25/18 3/3/18 3/4/18 3/10/18 3/11/18 3/17/18 3/18/18 3/24/18 3/25/18 3/31/18
Saturday Sunday Saturday Sunday Saturday Sunday Saturday Sunday Saturday Sunday Saturday
10am – 2pm 12pm – 4pm 10am – 2pm 12pm – 4pm 10am – 2pm 12pm – 4pm 10am – 2pm 12pm – 4pm 10am – 2pm 12pm – 4pm 10am – 2pm

CPIM Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the cost of the CPIM Prep courses?

    The registration fee is $850 (non-refundable) for community college and university students only in which you receive at least 132 instructional hours (student ID will be verified in class). Individuals and working professionals who do not hold student status and interested in CPIM prep courses should contact APICS North Texas for registration.

  • How long does it take to finish all the prep courses?

    Based on the design, students can finish all five prep courses within six months (January thru July).

  • What certificate can I get after finishing the prep courses?

    Students must register (through APICS’s website) and take each exam as soon as they finish each module. Upon passing all five exams which will be administrated by an external organization such as Pearson, the APICS will award the CPIM certificate to students.

  • Do I need to attend all class sessions?

    Yes, it is strongly recommended to attend and participate in all sessions in order to gain the knowledge required to pass the exams conducted by APICS.

  • Can I pass the CPIM exams if I take the prep courses only?

    Well, the prep courses provide you with knowledge that prepares you to take the CPIM exams. However, participating in the class and not studying after the class would not help you in passing the exams. This means that students need to spend time and study outside of the class time to pass the exams successfully.

  • Does the registration cost cover the books or exams?

    The registration cost covers the instruction hours and not the books or exams. Students are responsible for the cost of each exam which is $135 for APICS members. We strongly recommend students to become a member of APICS to get discounts for exams as well as other valuable information and services.

  • Can I get a refund after I registered for the course?

    No, the fee for the CPIM prep course is non-refundable.