Students focus on the practices of distribution, operations and procurement with an integrated analysis of how to solve supply chain challenges. From this track, they gain valuable supply chain management strategies and practices that will impact their everyday business for the rest of their supply chain management careers.

A total of 31 credits are required.

Students in the M.S. in Supply Chain Management program will learn:

  • Ways to drive innovation and vision for an organization
  • How to develop and implement integrated supply chain strategies
  • The relationship of supply chain management to information technology and innovation processes
  • The role of supply chain management in enterprise strategy
  • Ways to improve supply chain management operating practices
  • How to use supply chain management analytical methods
  • Technology applications for supply chain management
  • Methods for controlling the flow of information, materials and services

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