MS Supply Chain Management Admissions
Admission to the MSSCM program is competitive. Each applicant is carefully considered by the Olin Admissions Committee – using both objective and subjective criteria including academic ability, professional potential, leadership qualities, communication and interpersonal skills, demonstrated achievements, motivation, and diversity.
MSSCM Incoming Class Profile
Fall 2020 total number of students: 14
Average age: 24
Average GMAT: 640
Average GPA: 3.4
Average GRE-V: 145
Average GRE-Q: 160
International students: 86%
Average TOEFL: 100
MSSCM Application Deadlines
Admissions decisions are made for applications submitted by 11:59 PM Central Time according to the deadlines for each round noted in the table below.
|Application||Due by||Notification on or before|
|October 14, 2020||December 10, 2020|
|Round 2*||January 20, 2021||March 10, 2021|
|March 24, 2021||April 28, 2021|
|Rolling admissions||Ongoing||Three weeks after application completion|
*Priority deadline for international applicants: Applications may be submitted after the international priority deadline. However, please ensure that your file is complete at the time of application in order to avoid any processing delays.
After March 24 we move to rolling admissions, during which we continue to accept applications on a first-come, first-served, space-available basis. Incomplete applications will be shifted to the subsequent rounds until all required materials have been submitted.
Working professionals in the St. Louis area can pursue this program on a part-time basis.
Washington University Undergraduate Students
If you are a Washington University student who is interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Supply Chain Management degree, email OlinGradAdmissions@wustl.edu.
What does it take to be admitted to the WashU Olin MSSCM program? We review each applicant on a number of factors, looking for individuals with strong academic, professional, and extracurricular activities. We base our selections on your past performance, quantitative skills, and communication skills. To ensure diversity in each entering class, we admit students with various backgrounds, experiences, talents, and interests.
You must have completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution, comparable to a Washington University four-year bachelor's degree, at the time of enrollment in the MSSCM program. Most international three-year degrees meet this requirement.