Business Administration B.S./Supply Chain Management M.S.

Earn both your bachelor's and master's degrees in less time and set yourself up for supply chain and project management careers. 

The supply chain management accelerated program allows business administration majors, business systems and processes majors, and business administration or business analytics minors to complete their undergraduate and graduate degrees in a shorter time frame. 

In the accelerated B.S./M.S. program, students take up to three 600- to 700-level courses (9 units) in place of certain undergraduate courses, which count toward both B.S. and M.S. degrees.  Suggested course replacements are outlined below: 

Business Administration major, Project Management and Business Analysis concentration (most flexibility): 

  • EBTM 604 in place of EBTM 343 or  EBTM 610 in place of EBTM 365  
  • EBTM 735 in place of EBTM 462  
  • EBTM 730 in place of EBTM 454  

Business Systems and Processes major: 

  • EBTM 610 in place of EBTM 365  
  • EBTM 740 in place of EBTM 340  
  • EBTM 730 in place of BSAP elective 

Business administration major, other concentrations and business administration or business analytics minor: 

  • Contact Program Director for individualized course plan 

A bachelor’s degree is awarded after all the bachelor’s degree requirements are met, normally in the fourth year. The  M.S. in supply chain management degree is awarded at the completion of the remaining graduate courses.

Project, Program, Portfolio Management P.B.C.

Students interested in project, portfolio, and program management may consider the accelerated B.S./P.B.C. program. In this option, students take up to two 600- to 700-level courses (6 units) in place of certain undergraduate courses, which count toward both a B.S. degree and a post-baccalaureate graduate certificate. Interested students should contact the Program Director for an individualized course plan.

“ This program was not only a fast lane to success, but also an incredible growth opportunity. My peers, professors, and the challenging curriculum exposed me to alternative problem solving methods and concepts early on in my college career. I was able to apply these complex topics to my undergrad classes and professional experiences. ”

Clara Blitz, B.S./M.S. Student


In order to participate in the accelerated B.S./M.S. program, students must meet all of the following requirements: 

  1. Be admitted to the business administration major, business systems and processes major, or business administration or business analytics minor.
  2. Must have completed 60 undergraduate credits.
  3. Have a 3.0 or higher overall GPA.
  4. Admission to the BS-MS is limited and competitive. Students not admitted in the current semester can reapply for admission in future semesters.

Admission Process 

  1. Students who meet the above requirements can apply by filling out the Accelerated B.S./M.S. Application Form (PDF) and submitting it to or the Business Analytics and Technology Management Department in Stephens Hall, Room 301. Students may also use the "Request Information" button on the Accelerated Programs webpage to apply and/or seek information about the program.
  2. During their senior year, students must complete an online graduate application with the University Admissions Office. Admission to the graduate program is based on meeting the overall undergraduate GPA requirement of 3.0 and earning a “B” or better in each graduate course taken as part of the combined program. There is no graduate admission application fee for B.S./M.S. students.

Degree Requirements

View all requirements for the accelerated B.S./M.S. in the undergraduate catalog.

Learn More 

  • To learn more about our accelerated program in supply chain management and how it can jump start your career, watch our Information Session.
  • To learn how students benefit from earning a bachelor's and master's degree in as little as five years, read about our unique dual degree program.

View our printable information sheets about the program: 


Questions about the application process or the program should be addressed to the Graduate Program Director:

Natalie M. Scala, Ph.D.