Michigan State University’s blended MS in Supply Chain Management is a unique graduate program that provides professionals with a deeper understanding of supply chain strategies and technologies, through leading supply chain curriculum taught by industry-leading faculty.
Designed to help you develop a “big picture” understanding of supply chain management, this program features cross-functional courses that focus on the relationship of supply chain management to information technology and innovation processes. You’ll discover valuable supply chain management strategies and practices that can positively impact your daily performance and prepare you for success in this and future stages of your supply chain management career.
Always ahead of the curve, Michigan State University’s top-ranked Master of Science in Supply Chain Management has been offered in a blended format – a combination of online and face-to-face instruction – for years.
MSU’s blended format of online courses with strategically placed face-to-face sessions is designed with working professionals like you in mind. It is comprised of 36 credit hours that can be finished in two years. You will have the opportunity to learn from MSU’s award-winning faculty and attend four 3-day weekend sessions at one of MSU’s state-of-the-art facilities on the southern end of the beautiful MSU campus. Interactive case studies, breakout sessions and simulation assignments on-site allow you to work alongside other students, providing an invaluable hands-on, face-to-face applied learning experience unlike any other.
You will focus on the practices of distribution, operations and procurement with an integrated analysis of how to solve supply chain challenges. From this track, you will gain valuable supply chain management strategies and practices that will impact your everyday business for the rest of your supply chain management careers.
This program is designed for supply chain managers and mid- to top-level executives who are ready to experience the career-changing benefits an MSU SCM graduate degree can provide. Our MS SCM students want to positively impact their daily performance, while preparing for success in future stages of their supply chain management careers. Ideal candidates will have several years of supply chain management experience or several years of other functional management experience they are looking to apply in a new supply chain role. They also have a high degree of advancement potential into an organizational leadership role and possess important personal attributes.