Admission Requirements & Deadlines

Supply Chain Management (P.B.C.)

Application Deadlines

Spring 2023 Fall 2023

Priority Deadline: Nov. 1  

Final Deadline: Jan. 7

Priority Deadline: June 15

Final Deadline: Aug. 15

Applicants who have missed their respective deadlines need to contact the program director first at . Admission for late applications is considered based on space availability. 

Admission Criteria

  • No GRE scores are required.
  • A minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.00 is required for full admission to the program, and 2.75 is required for conditional admission. All GPA calculations for admission are based upon the last 60 credits of undergraduate and post-baccalaureate study. See graduate admissions policies for more information.
  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a relevant field and/or three years post-bachelor's experience working in supply chain related areas is recommended.
  • Students without a background in statistics or with a B.S. degree more than five years old must take a course in statistics (EBTM 501 Applied Business Statistics) prior to taking classes in the program.

Statement on Statistics Requirement

Validating Statistics Background

Students may validate their background in statistics by providing an official transcript that shows either completion of an undergraduate degree that included a statistics course within the past five years or the successful completion of a statistics course in the past five years.

Waiving the EBTM 501 Applied Business Statistics Course

Students who do not have transcripts attesting to their background in statistics may qualify for a waiver by successfully completing a Statistics Qualifier Exam. The exam is administered by the program director and may be scheduled directly with the program director. It is a two-hour written exam. Calculators are allowed.

The exam is graded by Business Analytics and Technology Management faculty, and pass/fail results are provided to the student.

Preparation for Stats Qualifier Exam

Students may choose to brush-up on their statistics skills prior to taking the Statistics Qualifier Exam by participating in a free online self-paced course. Contact the program director at  for more information

Application Requirements

Submit an online application, application fee and official transcripts, along with:

  • Letters of Recommendation: Two letters of recommendation from instructors or supervisors familiar with your record, aptitude and potential for graduate work (email addresses of recommenders must be entered on application) are required.
  • Personal Statement: A one to two-page personal statement describing your relevant experience, career goals, and how you expect this program to support your career goals.
  • A current professional resume

Additional Requirements for International Applicants

U.S. Immigration requires F1 and J1 students to be enrolled full-time with the majority of their classes taken in-person and on campus. For a list of TU programs that comply as well as information on required credential evaluations and English-language proficiency, please see admission requirements for international students.