Graduate and Professional Programs

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

Program Overview
For information on the MS in Supply Chain Management program, please contact:

Lenay Johnson
Assistant Director of Admissions

Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the fastest growing business discipline. With global operations becoming more complex, companies in manufacturing, retail and technology – and the consulting firms that service them – are scrambling to hire people with supply chain expertise and enhance the skills of current employees. But these experts and training opportunities are hard to come by.

The Bauer College of Business has assembled a nationally renowned faculty in supply chain management to help provide business professionals with an opportunity to advance their careers by enhancing their professional knowledge and obtaining an advanced professional credential in the field of SCM. The program provides a focused course of study that will increase the understanding of the theory and practice of supply chain management.

The program is most relevant to those working in, or planning to work in the following areas:

  • Supply chain management
  • Logistics/transportation
  • Production and service operations
  • Sourcing and procurement
  • Project Management
  • Supply Chain Analytics

The goals of the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program are to provide graduates with breadth and depth of supply chain knowledge to aid in their career development.

The program is a 36 credit hour, non-thesis program including, coursework in management, leadership, finance, accounting, supply chain management and business analytics. The program is designed to accommodate both full and part time students. Courses will be held from 6-9 p.m. on weekdays.