Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

Become a supply chain management expert.

In Washington University’s Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM), you’ll develop the skills and judgment required to manage the production and delivery of a firm’s products and services, a critical aspect of business in today’s challenging economic environment. This program can be completed in two or three semesters.

STEM-designated • Our MS in supply chain management program holds a STEM designation for its focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics throughout the curriculum, providing you with a current and innovative approach to data. Learn more about STEM

Hands-on learning • You’ll apply the skills you learn in the classroom to real-world projects for corporate partners of Olin’s Boeing Center for Supply Chain Innovation. These partners represent a wide range of organizations and industries, and projects tackle technology, information and operations challenges.

Career resources • From day one, you’ll have access to career advising and support from the Weston Career Center to help you be career-ready after graduation.

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MS in Supply Chain Management at a Glance

Stand out in the supply chain management job market.

What You’ll Study

The MS in Supply Chain Management will give you a deep understanding of the concepts of logistics, supply chain, change management, innovation and integrated risk management. Some courses specific to this program include Strategic Quality Management, Options and Futures, Contemporary Marketing Channels and Operations Planning and Control. For a detailed look at the curriculum, download the MSSCM Curriculum and Course Descriptions (PDF).

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Potential Career Paths

Graduates from the MSSCM program are well prepared for roles in:

  • Project Management, Logistics
  • Manufacturing, Procurement
  • Operations, Consulting
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