Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

Manage Complex Systems and Processes

A broad and strategic perspective is necessary to manage today’s ever-changing, complex, and global supply chains.

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management will prepare you to evaluate alternatives and hone the tactical and strategic skills necessary for driving operational excellence.

It is a 30-credit, STEM-focused master’s degree program you may complete in two terms of full-time study beginning in the fall (August) term. You may also pursue the degree part time starting in the fall, spring (January), or summer (May).

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Curious about the courses you’ll take as an MS in Supply Chain Management student?
View courses and recommended electives.

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Professional Development

Here you’ll find information about workshops, clubs, and other opportunities to develop professionally as an MS in Supply Chain Management student.
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Center for Supply Chain Management

The Center for Supply Chain Management offers a variety of opportunities to learn, improve, and hone your skills through events like the Breakfast Speaker Series and annual Supply Chain Management Symposium as well as research projects.


I have used what I learned in the supply chain management program, specifically statistical analysis, strategic pricing, and forecasting, in my current role as a global supply chain manager in Tesla. It helped a lot in negotiating electronic components at Tesla and reducing inventory liability.

Sunny Kishore

MS '20

Today, I seek out classes and opportunities (like the Super Analytics Challenge) to learn and grow in this new area. I feel empowered and proud in a way I wouldn’t have thought possible a few years ago.

Rebecca Farabaugh

MS '22