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​MS in Supply Chain Management Curriculum

Earn your degree in three semesters. This STEM-designated specialized masters program in supply chain management provides a broad cross-functional managerial perspective. You take a minimum of 36 credits, a combination of required courses and graduate-level electives.

Supply Chain Management Curriculum Overview

Summer Preprogram

Preparatory work begins in July, is in addition to required credits, and does not affect GPA.

Introduction to Accounting
Introduction to Finance
Operations Management Foundations

Fall 1 | 13.5 required credits

Project Management (may be taken in Fall 1 or 2)
Introduction to Python & Data Science
Professional Business Communication
Operations Platform Seminar
Foundations of Supply Chain Management

Negotiation & Conflict Management
Prescriptive Analytics
IT & Supply Chain Management
MSSCM elective credits (1.5): Database Design & SQL, Supply Chain Finance or Machine Learning for Prediction of Business Outcomes

Spring | 16.5 required credits

Advanced Topics in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Operations Analytics
Managerial Control Systems
Managing the Innovation Process
Leading Change

Supply Chain Analytics – Stochastic Models
Supply Chain Risk Management
Lean & Six Sigma for Process Improvement
Operations Management in the Service Industry
Managing Global Business Process Outsourcing for Competitive Advantage
MSSCM elective credits (1.5): Supply Chain Finance

Fall 2 | 3 credits

Advanced Operations Strategy
Project Management (if not taken in Fall 1)
Negotiation & Conflict Management (if not taken in Fall 1)

Experiential learning requirement
choose 1:
Boeing Center Practicum Project
Applied Problem Solving for Orgs
Internship, Business & Application


Required: 34.5 | MSSCM Elective: 1.5

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