The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) is a unique graduate program providing specific deeper knowledge of supply chain practices and technologies in a structure that it allows it to be completed while students are working full time.
Firms are interested in individuals who have sound business skills, decision-making capabilities, and a solid understanding of the latest technology applications. In Supply Chain the search widens for professionals who understand business alignment, who are aware of social and environmental responsibility, and who value risk management. MSU Supply Chain graduates understand real-world strategies and have been taught the tactics employed by leading practitioners around the world.
The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management degree program is a nontraditional, innovative blend of in-residency classes and e-learning segments. Our program combines three-day, onsite sessions with eight-week, semester-based online modules. Taught by our world-class faculty, in-class sessions offer one-on-one opportunities to discuss in detail the latest in SCM theory and how it applies to the daily operation of an efficient supply chain. Onsite session also offer the opportunity to network with other SCM professionals in a wide array of industries.
The online offerings provide flexibility and more time back at the job. A more limited time commitment on campus than is required by a traditional full-time program allows SCM professionals to complete a master’s degree from the leading school in SCM education. Online lectures and facilitated online session run by MSU faculty are the means for acquiring a world-class SCM education while keeping a career on track.
To complete the degree, students will need to take 36 credits of course work. New cohorts begin each Fall and Spring semesters.