Supply Chain Management, MSCM

Degree: Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM)

Program Overview

The Master of Supply Chain Management program is designed for individuals with quantitative training who seek to obtain a position in supply chain management or a management position in manufacturing, healthcare, service or consulting firms that are part of sophisticated national or global supply chains. The Master of Supply Chain Management curriculum provides students with the fundamentals of business as well as depth and focus in the principles and concepts of supply chain management. This unique program produces highly knowledgeable professionals who are well prepared to make organizations more efficient and competitive.

The Master of Supply Chain Management program attracts individuals with a quantitative undergraduate degree who have an interest in gaining expertise in the field of supply chain management. Typical undergraduate majors include:

  • Engineering
  • Statistics
  • Computer science
  • Economics
  • Mathematics
  • Business

Work experience is beneficial but not required for admission; many students pursue the Master of Supply Chain Management program immediately following the completion of their undergraduate degree.

Learning Outcomes

  • Students use quantitative skills to help organizations make good decisions.
  • Students use their knowledge to help organizations manage their supply chains.
  • Students work effectively with people in the functional areas of business.

For more information, contactMeredith Richardson, admissions manager, at 216.368.7586.