|Contact:|| David Heimerdinger
|Address:||University of Wisconsin-Platteville
1 University Plaza
Platteville, WI 53818
The purpose of the Integrated Supply Chain Management master’s program is to produce graduates capable of filling the growing need for supply chain managers in industries that rely on complex, global, and highly technologized supply chains. This interdisciplinary program was created through collaboration of the Business and Accounting, Industrial Studies, and Mechanical and Industrial Engineering departments.
The Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management (MSISCM) is an online program designed to accommodate the needs of working adults who want to pursue a degree while remaining employed. The degree program is open to persons who hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in business administration, industrial technology management, industrial engineering, or a related field.
The program provides professionals with a convenient, practical, and high-quality course of study that allows them to develop the skills needed to manage today’s supply chain while earning graduate credits toward an advanced degree. The curriculum of this program analyzes the supply chain from three different perspectives. This integrated approach examines the interplay and coordination of business, industrial studies, and engineering while providing students with real-world capabilities.
Those seeking admission to the MS Integrated Supply Chain Management program must have earned a bachelor’s degree from a nationally or regionally accredited institution in business administration, industrial technology management, industrial engineering, or a related field. International degrees will be evaluated on an individual basis. To be eligible for admission in full standing, a student must have an overall undergraduate grade point average of 2.75 or above, or 2.90 on the last 60 credits from the degree-granting institution. Graduates of accredited institutions with degrees in other fields may be eligible for admission if they demonstrate extensive work experience in one of the areas of emphasis.
Students who do not qualify for admission in full standing may be admitted on a trial enrollment if recommended by the admitting department and approved by the dean of the School of Graduate Studies. Students are allowed seven years from the date of admission into the program to complete degree requirements; extensions may be granted for extenuating circumstances.
Program entrance requirements and degree completion requirements are consistent with those of the graduate programs of the institution. Applicants should follow the instructions found in the Online Admission Policies and Procedures section of this catalog.
Students who have earned a bachelor’s degree from a nationally or regionally accredited institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) may register as a Special Student. Students will receive academic credit for courses taken while on this status. Students can be considered for admission into a degree program if they maintain a 3.00 grade point average in all graduate-level work and all other admission requirements are met. With the program area advisor’s approval, students may transfer up to 12 credits earned at UW-Platteville into a degree program. All graduate-level work will be included in computing a student’s GPA.
The Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management is earned upon the successful completion of 30-33 credit hours (total varies depending upon foundation courses that are required based on the student's approved degree plan). All courses are three credits unless otherwise noted.
All courses are three credits unless otherwise noted. Courses that are cross-listed in more than one section cannot be counted twice.
One capstone course is required and should be taken the last semester.
*Course is subject to final approval by the Graduate Council.
Students must complete one area of emphasis by taking a minimum of 6 credits in a chosen area. Students can complete additional classes, if necessary, to reach the number of credits required for graduation.
*Course subject to final approval by the Graduate Council.
Of the 30-33 credits to graduate, students must take at least six from each of three disciplines.
A minimum of 30 graduate-level credits are required, including 21 credit hours at the 7000 level.
The curriculum is regularly updated to ensure its relevance. See the program webpages at http://www.uwplatt.edu/disted/integratedsupply-chain-management-degree-requirements.html for the most current information.