Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
With increased demands from customers, suppliers, and shippers, a wide array of employers
are seeking professionals with advanced knowledge of supply chains.
Our master’s program will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to drive success and deliver value in your organization.
The Master of Supply Chain Management will prepare you for leadership roles in sourcing, planning, logistics, and new product
You’ll learn a systems approach to sustainably manage the flow of materials into and through an organization to its customers by applying analytical, technological, and managerial skills.
Choose a Degree Path
This specialized degree can be obtained part-time on campus in a blended weekend delivery, or 100% online.
Flexible Course Schedule
The Department of Supply Chain Management and the Graduate School of Business have structured this program to meet the needs of working professionals as well as traditional full-time students. Do you have questions about your schedule options? Contact us.
Just the Facts: Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
30 Credit Hours
Both the on-campus program and the 100% online program begin in the Fall Semester.
Do I Qualify to Enroll?
Complete your undergraduate degree and meet additional requirements. View Requirements
GMAT or GRE
Students may be eligible for a GMAT/GRE test waiver with a 3.2 undergraduate GPA or 3 years of professional work experience. Please review our master's admissions policies.
Applications will begin to be reviewed starting April 15.
Note: After April 15, we are accepting applications on a space available basis.
Total Program Cost
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100% Online Program
Cost information coming soon...
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This graduate degree is a STEM designated program.
David Dobryzkowski, Associate Professor and Director of the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program, sits down with Dean Matt Waller to discuss the program and how incoming students stand to benefit.