Duquesne Delivers - Study Supply Chain Management

Drive innovation, lead with vision and manage a global supply chain with our Master of Science in Supply Chain Management.

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (STEM Designated)

Advance your career in logistics

Extend your professional capacity and excel in a logistics career with Duquesne University's Master of Science in Supply Chain Management. Accelerate your career with our robust curriculum of business analytics and supply chain courses online and in hybrid classes. Duquesne equips you with expertise in forecasting, inventory and demand management, sourcing and distribution, global fulfillment and sustainability, making you a competitive candidate for high-level professional positions.

Duquesne's Master's in Supply Chain Management program is AACSB International-accredited and holds a STEM designation.

Maximum flexibility

Your MS-SCM studies should support your career commitments, so we've developed two parallel part-time learning formats for completing your Master's in supply chain management on a schedule that works with your professional responsibilities-and allows you to graduate in less than two years.

Hybrid in-person and online

With in-person evening courses every other week and asynchronous coursework on the opposite week, the hybrid MS-SCM degree provides maximum flexibility and networking opportunities to support a logistics career. The hybrid program can be completed in just five semesters and paves the way toward Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification as well as APICS Certifications.

100% Online

Tailor your learning around your commitments with Duquesne's 100% online MS-SCM pathway. This cohort-based program offers primarily asynchronous sessions and experiential learning for students anywhere in the world. Network with global supply chain and demand management professionals through synchronous virtual meetings in the experiential project class and build upon your expertise in tandem with your ongoing career.

STEM-designated program

The Master's in supply chain management at Duquesne University is set apart by its STEM designation. In a highly competitive job market, STEM designated SCM degree programs distinguish candidates with interdisciplinary technical and mathematical skills, business acumen for solving complex business challenges and bold expertise for navigating unknowns in the future of business.

Thrive in an in-demand field

Engage in project-based learning and gain skills to succeed in an expanding job market. Rapid innovations in supply chain strategies and technologies require quick thinkers and deep understandings of complex factors in sourcing, distribution and demand management. 

By solving real industry challenges, collaborating with faculty and business leaders and identifying ethical considerations that undergird sustainable supply chain practices, you will launch into highly competitive roles in the global supply chain industry. Our state-of-the-art supply chain management facilities and resources equip you to:

  • Lead with integrity while building ethical, sustainable supply chains
  • Prepare for Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification and APICS Certifications
  • Integrate cutting-edge technologies into new and existing supply chains
  • Access professional support through the Center for Excellence in Supply Chain Management
  • Build a diverse professional network with new SCM professionals and industry leaders
  • Take on manager and director roles in inventory, distribution, procurement, supply chain operations, supply management, performance improvement and corporate/division executive offices

Review the MSSCM program brochure.

Learn more about Duquesne's MS in supply chain management

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program at Duquesne University is designed with flexibility and focus in mind-the essentials for furthering your logistics career. This STEM-designated degree can be completed online or through hybrid courses in two years or less to ensure that you maintain a competitive edge in your current and future professional roles.

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