MS in MSSCM Admission Requirements

Admission to the program will be granted to students who show high promise of success in the interdisciplinary studies of supply chain management

Grade Point Average

All students must have a minimum GPA of 3.00 on a scale of 4 cumulative or in the last 60 hours (whichever is better) of undergraduate coursework and in all graduate courses. Students with lower GPA may apply to the program with a GRE/GMAT scores for consideration of probationary admission

How to Apply

Apply to the graduate school

  • Pay the application fee:
    Domestic Application: $60; International Application: $75
    Submitted with your online application or by mail
Note that you will need provide the following to complete the online application
  1. Personal Goals Essay: An essay (500 words or less) which clearly articulates an applicant's reason for seeking admission to the GSCM program
  2. CV/Resume
  3. Two Letters of recommendation
  4. Unofficial undergraduate/graduate transcripts: Transcripts from all previously attended academic institutions*
  5. GRE/GMAT: Although it is not required, GSCM program prefers submission of scores for GRE or GMAT.
Required for all international students:
  • Unofficial copy of TOEFL or IELTS Test Scores*
    Minimum TOEFL requirement: 79 internet | 550 paper based | 6.5 IELTS
    Please contact us if you believe you qualify for an exemption.

*Upon enrollment you will need to provide the official transcripts and TOEFL/IELTS documents. For official TOEFL score submission enter code 6884 on the TOEFL website

Application Deadlines

Domestic Students: July 1 for Fall semester; Dec 1 for Spring Semester; Exceptions Apply

International Students: May 1 for Fall Semester, September 1 for Spring Semester


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