In today’s complex global business world, an organization’s overall success boils down to the efficiency and effectiveness of its supply chain. Competitive strength relies both on a firm’s products and the processes that provide products to customers. Effective supply chain management enhances productivity and performance with the strategic combination of people, systems and technology to successfully compete in the global marketplace.
#1-ranked in SCM graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report, Michigan State‘s world-class reputation for providing supply chain solutions has been extended to individuals across the globe through 100% online master and advanced master certificates. These programs provide you with tools and techniques from experienced supply chain faculty to explore global trends and contemporary issues affecting, and affected by, supply chain management.
The Spartan tradition of world-class education is now available 100% online. You’ll learn from the same graduate-level campus-based faculty – but with the added convenience of video-based e‑learning. This means that you can receive this expert instruction from your home computer, laptop, even your mobile device!
Listed below are some supply chain management positions and their average annual salaries, according to the Logistics Management Annual Salary Survey, released February 2016.
Prospective students are encouraged to conduct independent research as career opportunities and salary potential may vary depending on location, experience and education.
Tradition. Academic Excellence. Online Convenience.