Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) program at the Gatton College of Business and Economics is a one-year, 30-credit hour program that blends end-to-end supply chain concepts like strategic sourcing and channel management with big data analytics, cross-functional business knowledge, and hands-on, industry experience.

  • Apply analytical, critical and logical reasoning skills to solve real-world supply chain challenges.
  • Use business application software to assist decision making in a global supply chain setting.
  • Work with industry partners and apply knowledge and skills in a capstone project.
  • Small class sizes with individual attention from faculty
  • The MSSCM program is now a science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) program. 

$25k

RESIDENT COST

$35k

NON-RESIDENT COST

11 MONTHS

$61,974

AVERAGE SALARY OF ENTRY-LEVEL ANALYSTS POSITION

Who Can Work in Supply Chain Management?

This field requires both quantitative and interpersonal skills. Students with a bachelor’s degree in the following (or related) fields are ideal candidates.

Business
Engineering
Economics
Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Science
Agricultural Economics
Communications

Supply Chain Management-Related Occupations

General and operations manager
Industrial production manager
Purchasing manager
Transportation, storage and distribution manager

Logistician
Business operations specialist
Operations research analyst

Real-World Experience

Gatton partners with the following companies to provide students with Supply Chain Management-related projects

Toyota
Alltech
Valvoline
Tempur-Sealy

Brown-Forman
Lexmark
RJ Corman