The Supply Chain Management track of the Management Science and Supply Chain  Management (MSSCM) master's degree develops students' capabilities and mastery, leading to value creation in the global management of procurement, logistics, and operations. This course of study focuses on the management aspect of supply chain and is geared toward future managers.

Required Courses

Students are required to take the Risk Management in Global Supply Chains (DS 870) and a minimum of 6 credit hours from the management track

Available courses

  • DS 860 Enterprise Resource Planning
  • DS890 Seminar in Special Topics (Including Lean Practices in Supply Chain, Warehouse Management, and more)
  • BLAW 810 Law and Ethics for Business
  • ECON 804 Managerial Economics
  • FIN 625 International Financial Management
  • IB 836 International Business and Competitiveness
  • IB 601 International Marketing
  • MIS 874 Management Information Systems
  • MKT 801 Marketing Management
  • MKT 803 Marketing Analysis
  • ENTR 706 Seminar in New Product & Technology Development
  • MGMT 885 Strategic Management