Schedule of Courses

Complete the master's degree in two years part-time with flexible course formats.

Advising Forms

The Supply Chain Management M.S. degree is comprised of 10 courses, and both the Supply Chain Management P.B.C. and Project, Program, and Portfolio Management P.B.C. are comprised of 5 courses each.  Students may use advising sheets to track their progress in the program.  Advising sheets provide details on course names, course numbers, and the semesters during which the courses are offered, as well as information on graduation.

Course Prerequisites

These flowcharts provide the list of courses required to complete the program as well as prerequisite details for each course.

Example Course Plans

Whether you're a working professional or a full-time student, the master's program can work for you with flexibility to quickly complete the degree in as little as one year with our online, face-to-face, and blended courses. Face-to-face and blended courses meet in the evenings one day per week. With the two-year plan, you can also choose to earn an additional post-baccalaureate certificate in Project, Program and Portfolio Management to enhance your degree.

Year One

Fall Term

EBTM 602 Introduction to Supply Chain Management
EBTM 620 Procurement & Sourcing

Spring Term

EBTM 710 Logistics & Distribution
EBTM 720 Supply Chain Analytics

Summer Term

EBTM 610 Operations Management

Year Two

Fall Term

EBTM 604 Introduction to Project Management (online)
EBTM 730 Business Process Management (online)

Spring Term

EBTM 735 Six Sigma Quality
EBTM 740 Customer Relationship Management (online)

Summer Term

EBTM 881 Supply Chain Capstone Project

The two-year full-time plan supports international students who must maintain nine credit hours per semester to meet student visa requirements.

Year One

Fall Term

EBTM 602 Introduction to Supply Chain Management
EBTM 620 Procurement & Sourcing
EBTM 604 Introduction to Project Management (online)

Spring Term

EBTM 710 Logistics & Distribution
EBTM 720 Supply Chain Analytics
EBTM 625 Project Leadership & Communication

Summer Term

EBTM 610 Operations Management

Year Two

Fall Term

EBTM 750 Program & Portfolio Management
EBTM 730 Business Process Management (online)
EBTM 881 Supply Chain Capstone Project

Spring Term

EBTM 735 Six Sigma Quality
EBTM 740 Customer Relationship Management (online)
EBTM 715 Project Cost Accounting & Finance

Advising and Frequently Asked Questions

Faculty members in the Department of Business Analytics and Technology Management advise students on all aspects of their graduate program and serve as a resource for assisting students in meeting career goals. Every student is assigned an adviser after being admitted to the graduate program.

Who Is My Advisor?

You can identify your advisor by logging into Towson Online Services. Go to Towson Online Services Student Dashboard/PeopleSoft>PeopleSoft desktop menu>Self Service>Student Dashboard>Advisor

When to Register

Improve your chances of getting the courses and times that you want by registering at the time assigned to you. To find out when you can register, go to Towson Online Services and follow Towson Online Services Student Dashboard/PeopleSoft>PeopleSoft desktop menu>Self Service>Student Dashboard> Enrollment Dates.

How do I register for courses?

For complete registration instructions see the Office of the Registrar.

Register for classes through your Student Dashboard.

Whom do I talk to if I have a question about planning my course schedule?

Contact your advisor. To find out who your adviser is, go to Towson Online Services Student Dashboard, Go to Towson Online Services Student Dashboard/PeopleSoft>PeopleSoft desktop menu>Self Service>Student Dashboard>Advisor. Your adviser’s name and contact information is located on the right-hand side of the screen under Advisor. If you do not see an adviser assigned, contact .

Why did I receive an error message while trying to register for a course?

When you select a class to enroll in, the system checks your academic record to ensure you have met the prerequisites for the course. It will determine whether you are currently enrolled in or have completed the prerequisite course(s) with a grade of “C” or higher, and whether you are enrolled in the SCM/PPPM program or are a student in a different TU graduate program.

If you are currently enrolled in a prerequisite, you are allowed to register on the condition that you complete the prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher. If you do not pass the prerequisite course, you must drop the class requiring the prerequisite and re-add the prerequisite. If you fail to do this, you will be disenrolled from the course.

If you receive a prerequisite error message but are certain that you meet all course prerequisites, contact .

How do I identify prerequisites courses?

Check the course structure depicted in the Course Prerequisite forms on this page (scroll up).

How do I know the semester during which the course is offered?

Please refer to the Advising Forms on this page (scroll up).