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Online MS Supply Chain
Management (UH Extend)

Online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management at the University of Houston

Earn Your MS in Supply Chain Management (STEM) Online

At Bauer, we are pleased to announce the launch of our fully Online and STEM-certified MS in Supply Chain Management. We understand going back to school is a big decision and our admissions team is here to help. At any point in your decision making process, please feel free to schedule time with one of our Online Program Recruiters.

There's never been a more exciting — or critical — time to pursue supply chain management (SCM), and now you can earn your degree 100% Online! Earn your STEM-certified Online MS Supply Chain Management at Bauer, and accelerate your career in any direction you choose. We welcome students from a wide array of undergraduate and career backgrounds who want to transform the way business is done — and have fun seeing how their work makes a difference.

In the Online MS Supply Chain Management program at Bauer, you’ll develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to be successful within any role in Supply Chain Management, giving you a competitive edge to obtain these desirable jobs and advance your career. Our advanced curriculum goes far beyond the basics, covering innovative methodologies and powerful analytics, and business intelligence techniques that are increasingly desired by leading organizations. Our courses are interactive and experiential, allowing you the opportunity to apply your new skills in meaningful ways.

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Certified STEM Designated Program

Certified STEM Designated Program

The Bauer Online MS Supply Chain Management Program is designated as a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Advanced Degree, providing you with the transferable problem solving, analysis, and critical thinking skills that employers desire.

Graduate SCM Ranking: Gartner ranks it 11th in the nation for graduate programs

Obtain a High-Demand Degree

Supply chain jobs are in high demand and our graduates are hired quickly in high-paying job roles.

Choose Your Schedule

Earn your degree on a full-time or part-time basis. At Bauer, it’s all about what works for you.

Learn from the Best

Bauer’s supply chain faculty takes your learning to the next level. You’ll be instructed by the best and brightest in supply chain management.

How to Apply

Admission eligibility for the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program requires a four-year undergraduate degree (or foreign equivalent) from an accredited institution. The undergraduate degree may be in any discipline.

UH Extend

Part of the UH Extend Programs

The University of Houston refers to the new Bauer Online Programs as "UH Extend" programs. Be sure to select the "UH Extend" option for the program you are interested in when using the online application form.

Admissions

Application Deadlines

Spring 2023

October
01
Priority Scholarship & International Application Deadline
November
01
Final Domestic Application Deadline
December
01
Final Domestic Application Deadline

Fall 2023

December
01
Early Scholarship Deadline
April
01
Priority Scholarship & International Application Deadline
June
01
Final Domestic Application Deadline
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World-Class Faculty

We have worked hard to develop this innovative MS SCM program and we are looking forward to enabling you to achieve your career dreams. Click on the links below to learn more about us.

Michael J. Murray

Instructional Assistant Professor, Supply Chain Management

Areas of Expertise: Business and supply chain analytics, process economics and finance, decision support systems (LP/ERP), continuous production systems, supply chain modeling, optimization, and simulation.

Powell Robinson

Professor, Supply Chain Management

Areas of Expertise: Inventory management, facility network design, supply chain optimization, risk management, and energy supply chains.

Funda Sahin

Associate Professor, Supply Chain Management

Areas of Expertise: Logistics, operations and supply chain management, inventory planning and control, and information technology applications in supply chain management.

Gordon D. Smith

Professor of Practice, Supply Chain Management

Areas of Expertise: Operational excellence, global supply chain management/rationalization, quality performance, lean management applied to manufacturing enterprises and service organizations.

Dale Tibodeau

Professor of Practice, Supply Chain Management

Areas of Expertise: Project management, logistics, program management, procurement, material handling, and supply chain planning.

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