Master of Science in Supply Chain Management 

The MS-SCM is a 30-credit degree program designed for working professionals who want to advance their careers, seize opportunities and impact any organization's bottom line through the supply chain. The blended program format of online learning and face-to-face sessions provides flexibility and convenience along with opportunities to collaborate on real projects and network with industry leaders. The MS-SCM program is STEM designated.

Learning Goals and Methods in the MS-SCM Program

Knowledge Area Related Learning Goal
SCM Technical Knowledge Students will demonstrate working knowledge in the SCM business disciplines of forecasting, aggregate planning, materials planning, supply management, operations, transportation and distribution, and customer service that support organizational success.
SCM 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.
SCM Leadership Skills 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.
SCM Strategy Students will demonstrate an understanding of the role SCM plays in the success of the extended corporate value chain.

Graduation Requirements for the MS-SCM Program

SCMG 610 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 3 credits
SCMG 612 Introduction 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 and Demand Management 3 credits
SCMG 622 Managing Inventory in the Supply Chain 3 credits
SCMG 624 Supply Management 3 credits
SCMG 626 Global Fulfillment - Transportation & Distribution 3 credits
SCMG 635 Sustainable Supply Chains 3 credits
SCMG 639 Strategic Supply Chain Management Experiential Project 3 credits
Total credits   30 credits