A Career in High Demand
The supply chain management field is growing tremendously with the combination of
globalization, competition and increasing environmental concerns. Organizations are
looking to their supply chains to find value, cost savings, innovation, and competitive
edge, and they need the experts to do that.
Almost every industry and company, from a small business to a Fortune 500 company,
appreciates the knowledge and skills of supply chain management professionals, including
manufacturing, third-party service firms, retailers, government, and educational institutions.
Specific job functions may vary, including buyer, negotiating supply contracts, inventory
manager, import and export manager, transportation and logistics manager, supplier
selection and development, warehousing, e-commerce, operations, technology and customer
Ready to get started? Here's how to apply.
NEW: Combined B.S./M.S Program
Complete your undergraduate and graduate degrees in a shorter time frame through the combined B.S./M.S. supply chain management program.
Learn more about the new program.
Who Is the Program for?
Our program works for both supply chain professionals and individuals in other careers
who see the opportunities in supply chain expertise and want to gain specialized knowledge.
Our program gives a 360-degree approach that covers logistics, distribution, technology,
procurement and project management. We've had students who've said, “My whole career
has been in procurement. I'm a supply chain professional.” They're absolutely correct,
but they've never seen the rest of the supply chain. Our program works for multiple
profiles to bring everybody full circle. Students can take this program completely
in the evenings without sacrificing their current jobs and careers and still complete
the degree in two years.
About Our Students
Erik Chaney ’22, who completed his master’s while working full-time, is seeking a
position in data analysis. “Databases are invaluable in helping you make strategic
and informed decisions,” he says.Read more
In addition to earning a post-baccalaureate certificate upon completing the first five courses, graduates can proceed to professional certification
and pursue careers including:
- Purchasing specialists
- Contracts administrators
- Procurement officers
- Supply chain management professionals
- Procurement managers
- Business analysts
- Demand managers
To learn more about the various industries that hire supply chain graduates as well
as companies who have hired our students, please check out this flyer.
In addition to innovative academics, you'll benefit from:
- Flexible course offerings and schedules with the opportunity to take a combination of online, in-person and hybrid classes;
- Access to and training with leading-edge industry software
- Exclusive site visits to facilities, like the Port of Baltimore, Domino Sugar, Clipper City Brewing and
more, to experience supply chain processes in action; and
- Networking and professional development opportunities at events like the annual Supply Chain Forum.
Admission and Degree Requirements
Admission to the supply chain management programs is competitive. See admission requirements and deadlines. View degree requirements and course descriptions in the Graduate Catalog.
Please note that international students must be enrolled full time (9 credits) each
semester to fulfill immigration requirements. Students who opt to complete the M.S. as
well as the post-baccalaureate certificate (PBC) in project program and portfolio management (PPPM) would be able to maintain full-time status while receiving a degree and a certificate.
Tuition & Expenses
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