MS in Supply Chain Management Curriculum

This STEM-designated specialized master’s program in supply chain management provides a broad cross-functional managerial perspective. 

Earn your degree in three semesters. You take a minimum of 36 credits, a combination of required courses (34.5 credit hours) and at least 1.5 credit hours of graduate-level electives.

Core coursework includes:

  • Foundations of Supply Chain Management
  • Project Management
  • IT & Supply Chain Management
  • Negotiation & Conflict Management
  • Introduction to Python & Data Science
  • Managing the Innovation Process
  • Leading Change
  • Supply Chain Risk Management
  • Lean & Six Sigma for Process Improvement
  • Operations Analytics
  • Advanced Operations Strategy

Required experiential course options:

  • Internship, Business & Application
  • Boeing Center Supply Chain Practicum

Experiential Learning Requirement

choose 1:
  • Boeing Center Practicum Project (available Fall or Spring)
  • Applied Problem Solving for Organizations
  • Internship, Business & Application



Course plan and descriptions

The supply chain management program is not only comprehensive—the curriculum includes logistics, procurement, operations and supply chain strategy—but also it’s designed to prepare students for careers.

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