Ranked the No. 1 graduate supply chain management program, our Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) equips graduates to take their careers to the next level.
Our innovative combination of in-residency classes and online e-learning segments allow students to work full time, all while collaborating with world-class faculty and researchers. Students gain deep knowledge of strategies and technologies that position them as valuable assets for today’s global companies.
MSU’s Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is a unique program that provides deeper knowledge of supply chain practices and technologies in a hybrid format that can be completed while students work full time. The program is a innovative blend of in-residency classes and e-learning segments.
The MSSCM degree program combines three-day, on-campus sessions with eight-week, semester-based online modules. Taught by our world-class faculty, in-class sessions offer one-on-one opportunities to discuss in detail the latest in SCM theory and how it applies to the daily operation of an efficient supply chain. On-site sessions also offer the opportunity to network with other SCM professionals in a wide array of industries.
The online offerings provide flexibility and more time back at the job. A more limited time commitment on campus than is required by a traditional full-time program allows SCM professionals to complete a master’s degree from the leading school in SCM education. Online lectures and facilitated online sessions run by MSU faculty are the means for acquiring a world-class SCM education while keeping a career on track.
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This program is designed for supply chain managers and mid- to top-level executives who are ready to experience the career-changing benefits an MSU SCM graduate degree can provide.Learn More
The curriculum is specifically designed to prepare students for advancement in supply chain management careers – including supply management, manufacturing operations, logistics, SCM consulting, service–supplier business development and operations, and SCM software support.Learn More
Tuition is set at $57,600 for the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 cohorts. This tuition amount covers all tuition charges for credits, all fees, two nights’ lodging and all meals for each of the three-day on-site sessions.Learn More
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