MS in Supply Chain Management Joint Degree
A combined 72 credits for these two degrees (30 credits for the M.S. in Supply Chain Management and 42 credits for the MBA) is reduced to 66 credits through credit-sharing.
How to Apply
Students must apply and be accepted to both programs of study. The GMAT or GRE is required for application (unless waived by AACSB QPA, prior work experience, or other graduate/terminal degree).
While the student is enrolled in both the MS in Supply Chain Management and the MBA programs, the Professional MBA tuition rate will apply for all terms except any term during which a student is enrolled exclusively in MS-SCM courses. During those terms, the MS-SCM tuition rate will apply.
Students will earn credits toward the MBA for:
- GRBU-503 Managerial Decision Tools (1.5 credits) by taking SCMG-614 Business Analytics for Decision Making (3 credits)
- ISYS-525 Managing Information (1.5 credits) by taking SCMG-612 Intro to SCM Information Systems (3 credits)
- SCMG-527 Supply Chain/Operations Management (1.5 credits) by taking SCMG-610 Intro to Supply Chain Management (3 credits)
- MGMT-531 Strategic Sustainability & Models (1.5 credits) by taking SCMG-635 Sustainable Supply Chains (3 credits)
Based on prior coursework, students may also be eligible for advanced standing credits for ACCT-501 Accounting Fundamentals, ECON-501 Economics Fundamentals, FINC-501 Finance Fundamentals, and STAT-501 Statistics Fundamentals, each 1.5 credits for a maximum total of 6 credits.
|Intro to Supply Chain Management||3.0|
|Intro to SCM Information Systems||3.0|
|Business Analytics for Decision Making||3.0|
|Supply Chain Process Improvement||3.0|
|Forecasting & Demand Management||3.0|
|Global Fulfillment Transportation & Distribution||3.0|
|Managing Inventory in Supply Chain||3.0|
|Sustainable Supply Chains||3.0|
|Managing People for Sustained Competitive Advantage||1.5|
|Accounting for Decision Makers||3.0|
|Business Legal Environment||1.5|
|Applied Business Ethics||1.5|
|Strategy and Implementation||3.0|