Supply Chain Management, Master of Science (M.S.)

Non-thesis only: 30 credits

The MS in Supply Chain Management program will prepare you to discover emerging opportunities and lead innovation on a global scale. Whether you're a recent graduate with an interest in how goods move around the world or a manager who would like to broaden your understanding of the global supply chain, our curriculum will prepare you for new and growing career options in this dynamic industry.

Course Title Credits
Required courses:
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758 - Supply Chain Risk Management)2
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758X - Data Models and Decisions I)2
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758Y - Data Models and Decisions II)2
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758L- Lean Six Sigma for Supply Chain Managers I)2
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758V - Lean Six Sigma for Supply Chain Managers II)2
BULM742Global Supply Chain Resources Planning2
BUSI758Special Topics in Business (BUSI758J - Technology in Supply Chain Management)2
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758J - Project Management for Supply Chain Managers)2
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758T - Transportation Management)2
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758B - Supply Chain Strategy)2
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758K - Business Fundamentals for Supply Chain Managers I)2
BUSI672Global Supply Chain Management2
BULM758Special Topics in Logistics, Business and Public Policy (BULM758Q - Business Fundamentals for Supply Chain Managers II)2
Select two of the following electives:4
Global Trade Logistics
Negotiations in Supply Chain Management
Networks and Influence
Total Credits30