Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
Exceptional management of the production and delivery of a firm's products and services – its supply chain – is critical in today's challenging economic environment.
The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) degree at Washington University's Olin Business School equips graduates to stand out in this exciting career field.
Victor talks about the MSSCM program. This STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) designated program brings together industry collaboration and faculty renowned for their work in risk management and supply chain research to create one of the most sought-after supply chain management degrees in the nation.
The MSSCM program consists of 36 hours graduate-level course credit, typically completed in three semesters. Working professionals in the St. Louis area can pursue the program on a part-time basis, and begin taking classes in the fall or spring semester.
MS in Supply Chain Management students will:
- Gain a deep understanding of the fundamental concepts of logistics, supply chain, change management, innovation, and integrated risk management.
- Utilize state-of-the-art tools for designing and managing world-class supply chains.
- Engage in experiential learning simulations, negotiation exercises, and case studies.
- Apply skills and knowledge in hands-on projects for corporate partners of Olin’s Boeing Center for Supply Chain Innovation (BCSCI).