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.
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.
Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Supply Chain Management-Related Occupations
General and operations manager
Industrial production manager
Transportation, storage and distribution manager
Business operations specialist
Operations research analyst
Gatton partners with the following companies to provide students with Supply Chain Management-related projects