The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) program is designed for students with or without previous educational background in supply chain management. It introduces students to current supply chain operating practices, analysis methods, technology, applications and strategy developments. Students gain business management knowledge and analytical decision-making skills along with real-life experiences through internships and industry projects. In the capstone project, students need to demonstrate the advanced knowledge and skills they have learned by identifying, analyzing, and resolving complex operational problems and supply chain challenges in a real business organization.
In a cohort-based model, this program requires the following 10 courses to be completed in a lock-step sequence.
- SCM 500 Research Methods for Supply Chain Management
- SCM 520 Business Economics
- SCM 611 Operations Planning and Analysis
- SCM 614 Supply Chain Management
- SCM 620 Business Analytics for Supply Chain Management
- SCM 625 Global Supply Chain Strategy
- SCM 630 Project Management
- SCM 640 Logistics and Transportation Management
- SCM 657 Seminar in Supply Chain Leadership
- SCM 699 Capstone Project for Global Supply Chain Management
This track is designed to be completed in 13 months.
Full Time Track
This track is typically completed by students who are working less than full-time. This track is the only track option available for International Students.
FALL (Year 1)
SPRING (Year 1)
FALL (Year 2)
SPRING (Year 2)
This track is typically completed by students who are working full-time.