The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is a 30 credit program consisting
of 10 courses (not including foundation courses for non-MIS undergraduate majors).
This degree program provides a strong curriculum, delivering the foundations and principles
of Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, Procurement, and Sourcing, integrated
with concentrated study of Business Analytics, Shipping, and Trade in order to provide
graduates with the key skills and hands-on experience demanded by employers locally,
statewide, nationally, and internationally.
This degree program is awarded by the College of Business.
Additional details about program courses and application information can be found
in the following documents:
Full-time students can complete the program in as little as 18 months (4 semesters)
by taking 3 courses (9 credits) each in the Fall and Spring terms and 2 courses (6
credits) in the Summer term.
Part-time students can complete the program in 2.5 years (7 semesters) by taking 2
courses each in the Fall and Spring terms and 1 course in the Summer term.
Courses are primarily offered over a 16-week period in the Fall and Spring semesters.
A limited number of courses are offered in the Summer semester over a 12-week or 6-week
period; we do not offer 8-week courses in the Fall and Spring at this time.
The courses in the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program are offered
in a traditional face to face format. Traditional face to face courses are usually
offered during the day or in the evenings.