Driven professionals with experience or interest in supply chain management should apply. Showcase your experiences and potential as a student, manager, and leader through the MS SCM application process. Candidates are carefully considered as part of a holistic review and selection process.

We are now accepting applications for August 2021.

  • Attend an event (optional)— Join us for an information session, lunch, or workshop. Staff will be there to answer your questions and provide advice as you start the application process. Find and register for upcoming events.
  • Admission Requirements
    • Applicants must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
    • A minimum of 3 years of professional work experience is required.
  • Application — The MS SCM program offers a streamlined online application. The following materials are required to apply:
    • Personal statement essay
    • Two recommendations
    • GMAT or GRE score*
    • Current resume
    • Transcripts
    • Video essay
    • View all requirements
  • Decisions — All applicants will receive an admissions decision through your admission portal:
  • Emails about your application - You will be receiving application update emails from, please add this email to your contact list or safe list so that they are not caught in your spam filter.



Did you know that most of our applicants in the MSSCM program have the GMAT/GRE requirement waived? To be considered for a waiver, applicants should have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) and three years of work experience in a supply chain field or five plus years total full-time professional work experience in any field. Visit the Application Requirements page for additional information and guidance on the waiver request process. 


Application Dates


    Submission Deadlines

Round 1 December 1
Round 2 February 15
Round 3 April 15
Round 4 June 15
Round 5 July 15

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