MBA/MS in Supply Chain Management 

A combined 72 credits for these two degrees (30 credits for the MS in Supply Chain Management and 42 credits* for the MBA) is reduced to 66 credits through credit-sharing. 

Students must apply and be accepted to both programs of study. Students may begin their studies in either program. Students who successfully complete all requirements will receive two degrees and two diplomas. The degrees must be conferred simultaneously.

* Up to 6 credits may be waived based on previous coursework in accounting, economics, finance and statistics. To be eligible for a course waiver, a grade of ‘B-‘ or better is required in an approved course taken within the past 5 years.

Learning Goals and Methods in the Professional MBA Program 

Knowledge Area Related Learning Goal
Ethical Competency Students will be able to recognize ethical dilemmas in an organizational context and apply ethical decision-making frameworks to business decisions.
Sustainability Perspective Students will recognize and apply sustainability principles to strategic decisions as a means for competitive differentiation.
Problem Solving Students will demonstrate an ability to analyze complex situations, analyze information and evaluate alternatives from different perspectives to develop solutions for business problems and to seize innovative opportunities.
Management and Leadership Skills Students will gain innovative managerial and leadership skills for motivating people and creating positive organizational change.
Cultural Intelligence Students will possess the skills to manage effectively in a global business environment.

Learning Goals and Methods in the MS-SCM Program 

Knowledge Area Related Learning Goal
Technical Knowledge Students will demonstrate working knowledge in teh SCM business disciplines of forecasting, aggregate planning, materials planning, supply management, operations, transportation and distribution, and customer service that support organizational success. 
Analytical Skills Students will demonstrate qualitative and quantitative skills to develop tactical plans to enhance the role SCM plays in the success of the internal and external extended corporate value chain.  
Strategic Creativity Students will demonstrate the skills and abilities to successfully initiate SCM integration, collaboration, analysis, sustainability, globalization, ethics, and information systems and technology strategies. 
Ethical Competency Students will demonstrate the ability to lead with integrity as confident, well-rounded supply chain industry professionals whose decision-making is guided by a strong ethical, environmental, and socially responsible framework.

Graduation Requirements for the MBA/MS in Supply Chain Management

MS in Supply Chain Management Coursework

SCMG 610: Intro to Supply Chain Management 3 credits
SCMG 612: Intro to SCM Information Systems 3 credits
SCMG 614: Business Analytics for Decision Making 3 credits
SCMG 616: Supply Chain Process Improvement 3 credits
SCMG 620: Forecasting & Demand Management 3 credits
SCMG 626: Global Fulfillment Transportation & Distribution 3 credits
SCMG 622: Managing Inventory in Supply Chain 3 credits
SCMG 624: Supply Management 3 credits
SCMG 635: Sustainable Supply Chains 3 credits
SCMG 639: Experiential Project 3 credits
Total credits 30 credits

MBA Coursework

ACCT 501: Accounting Fundamentals* 1.5 credits
STAT 501: Statistics Fundamentals* 1.5 credits
ECON 501: Economics Fundamentals* 1.5 credits
FINC 501: Finance Fundamentals* 1.5 credits
STAT 510: Applied Statistics 3 credits
MGMT 513: Managing People for Sustained Competitive Advantage 1.5 credits
ACCT 515: Accounting for Decision Makers 3 credits
ECON 520: Managerial Economics 3 credits
MGMT 523: Applied Business Ethics 1.5 credits
BLAW 529: Business Legal Environment 1.5 credits
FINC 530: Financial Management 3 credits
MGMT 533: Global Business 1.5 credits
MKTG 535: Marketing Management 3 credits
MGMT 540: Strategy and Implementation 3 credits
MGMT 545: Executive Insights 3 credits
MGMT 548: Capstone Project 3 credits
Total credits 42 credits

* These courses may be waived based on previous coursework.