Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
"Boeing has been extremely impressed with BCSCI faculty and students. Their research is thought-provoking and game-changing."
– John Harnagel, Director of Supplier Management, Boeing, BCSCI Board Member
Olin’s Master of Science in Supply Chain Management degree equips graduates to stand out in this challenging and critically important career field. The intensive three-semester program brings together faculty renowned for their work in risk management and supply chain research, a cutting-edge curriculum, and industry collaboration to create one of the most sought-after supply chain management degrees in the nation. In addition to helping shape the curriculum of the program, BCSCI provides hands-on experience via challenging integrated real-world projects with corporate partners.
Supply Chain Management Certificate Program
Olin Business School’s Supply Chain Management Certificate Program helps professionals develop and hone the foundational skills and capabilities needed to enhance an organization’s operations and effective management of their global supply chains. This program provides insights to help impact efficiency, costs, customer service, and, ultimately, competitive advantage. The program is right for managers in engineering, IT, operations/logistics, procurement, R&D, and supply chain.
Open Enrollment Seminars
BCSCI Director Panos Kouvelis teaches a one-day seminar "Game-Changing Innovation: Breakthrough Business Models for Disruptive Technologies" for senior- and mid-level managers. Highly interactive and top line, this seminar exposes participants to current thinking, new knowledge, and tools they are able to apply immediately to their jobs.
Olin offers full-time MBA students an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the intersection between business and its functions within a constantly changing global marketplace with the Operations and Supply Chain Management platform. This platform provides the right mix of skills to students in order for them to qualify for Supply Chain Management and Consulting jobs. An important part of the experience is interaction with BCSCI and the many collaborative projects the Center undertakes.