The MS in Supply Chain Management program provides the strategic and analytical capabilities needed to manage supply chains from end-to-end, and a learning experience that is rigorous, relevant, and offers enduring value.

This one-year intensive program caters to working professionals by offering classes on evenings and weekends. It also accommodates students who wish to study full time on an evening and weekend schedule. Offered in cohorts, the program allows students to develop a strong network of fellow supply chain leaders. Students may also customize their curriculum to focus on supply chain management in specific industry sectors like global manufacturing, healthcare and medical devices, food and agribusiness, and retail.

  • One-year, cohort-based program
  • Complete 32 credits throughout three intensive semesters
  • Take two on-campus courses and one online course per week
  • Program begins in September (Fall) each year

Curriculum format and course sequence (32 credits)

Fall A Fall B Spring A Spring B Summer

Managing Supply Chain Operations (4 credits)
Cohort Experience

Managing Technology in Supply Chains (2 credits)

Responsible Supply Chain Management (2 credits)

Supply Chain Finance (2 credits)

Statistics (2 credits)

Big Data Analytics in Supply Chains     (2 credits)

Strategic Sourcing (2 credits)

Logistics & Transportation (2 credits)

Global Operations Strategy Experiential Course (4 credits)

Operations Excellence via Lean Thinking (2 credits)


Sales, Inventory & Operations Planning (2 credits)

Elective (2 credits)

Elective (2 credits)
Leadership Development (2 credits)

Proposed Electives:

  • Sector-focused electives:
    • Health Care & Medical Devices (2 credits)
    • Food & Agribusiness (2 credits)
    • Retail (2 credits)
  • Project Management (2 credits)
  • Supply Chain Quality & Security (2 credits)
  • Negotiations in Supply Chains (2 credits)
  • Process Improvement Methods (2 credits)