Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
The MS in Supply Chain Management Program prepares future supply chain leaders who think strategically on the topic. In a rigorous one-year program designed for working professionals, students cultivate an end-to-end understanding of supply chains, enhance their leadership abilities, and hone the skills to drive success for their organizations.
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Best ranked Supply Chain Graduate Program in North America, according to Gartner.
Supply Chain and Operations Department ranking for Research Productivity
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Grow your Leadership Skills
Grow as a leader from Day One. Assess and build upon your unique strengths through a personalized development plan that fits your leadership style and prepares you for high-level management positions.
The Power of the Cohort
From start to finish, each class of MS SCM students works through the yearlong program together as a cohort. Students attend all of the required MS SCM classes together, with our three foundational courses designated as MS SCM cohort only.
Accelerate your Career
Whether you are looking to advance in your current organization or are seeking a new challenge, the MS in Supply Chain Management Program accelerates students’ careers.
Expand your Supply Chain Knowledge
The Carlson School of Management’s one-year MS in Supply Chain Management (MS SCM) program deepens and strengthens knowledge in the field, preparing you to lead.
Earn a Top-Ranked Degree
In its first year of eligibility, the Carlson School's MS in Supply Chain Management was debuted #6 on Gartner's Top 25 North American Supply Chain Graduate University Programs, 2018.
Solve Real Business Problems
Tackle an impactful, global supply chain challenge for an external client in an experiential learning capstone project. Apply supply chain methodologies, techniques, and tools to deliver clear insights and fact-based recommendations.
Take STEM-Certified Courses
The MS in Supply Chain Management Program has earned STEM designation from the Department of Homeland Security, indicating rigor in the field and providing additional employment flexibility for international students.