The MS in supply chain management provides an in-depth education in the specific area of supply chain management. This 10-month program includes extensive coursework and an application of materials, preparing students for a range of job opportunities. In addition to the academic coursework, four enrichment seminars in topics ranging from teamwork and leadership to ethics and corporate social responsibility support our commitment to developing the "whole student" by incorporating professional development into the academic experience.
Based on an "action learning" model, the program is designed to provide hands-on supply chain project management experience, amplified by shared experiences with other students. Exposes students to the multiple facets of supply chain management at an executive level and integrates program coursework with this experience. While gaining first-hand experience, students are also adding value to the company by completing a project that draws on the skills gained through coursework and educational experiences.
The supply chain management curriculum includes the theory, tools and applied knowledge from quantitative, qualitative and managerial perspectives. Graduates will be prepared for responsible and influential jobs in a variety of organizations, including large manufacturing, retail and distribution organizations; transportation companies; supply chain software companies; and supply chain consulting firms.
A core required curriculum provides the common grounding within the discipline, while elective options and projects in a company setting develop individualization and specialization.
Admission to the program may recommend or require preparation or refresher courses in statistics, math and business.
|MSBC 5460||Supply Chain Stragegy (Summer)||3|
|MSBX 5410||Fundamentals of Data Analytics||3|
|MSBC 5030||Quantitative Methods||3|
|MSBX 5405||Structured Data Modeling and Analysis||3|
|MSBX 5450||Transportation and Logistics||3|
|MSBX 5470||Procurement and Contracting||3|
|MBAX 6450||International Operations Management||3|
|MSBC 5480||SCMN Experiential Projects||3|
|MBAX 6843||Supply Chain and Operations Analytics||3|
|MSBX 5435||Planning and Production||3|
|International Operations Management|
|Negotiating and Conflict Management|
|Advanced Data Analytics|
|Pricing Strategy and Tactics|
|Unstructured and Distributed Data Modeling and Analysis|
|Total Credit Hours||33|
One elective to be completed in fall or spring semester. Elective courses subject to change.