MS Integrated Supply Chain Management Admission
Spring: December 1
Summer: April 15
Fall: July 15
Although the Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management program requires no entrance exam, such as the GRE or GMAT, the admissions requirements for the program are challenging. To be considered for admission, you must:
Have earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, industrial technology management, industrial engineering, or a related field from a regionally or nationally accredited institution that meets UW-System standards and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). International degrees are evaluated on an individual basis.
Hold a baccalaureate degree (not identified above) from a regionally or nationally accredited institution that meets UW-System standards and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and demonstrate extensive work experience in one of the areas of emphasis. International degrees are evaluated on an individual basis.
Full Standing - 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.
Students not meeting those requirements, but who meet one of the requirements listed below, may be considered for full standing through a comprehensive review of their application material. Students may be required to submit additional application materials in order for this comprehensive review to take place.
- Graduate course work with a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Undergraduate degree GPA of 2.50 to 2.75 and bachelor’s degree earned more than five years before date of application
- Bachelor’s degree in a non-related field
- Students not meeting those requirements, but who meet one of the requirements listed below, may be considered for full standing through a comprehensive review of their application material. Students may be required to submit additional application materials in order for this comprehensive review to take place.
- Trial Enrollment - Students who do not qualify for admission in full standing may be admitted on trial enrollment. Trial enrollment admission status is to be used only in extraordinary cases. Admission as a trial enrollee must be justified by the admitting department and approved by the director of the School of Graduate Studies.
You may also apply as a Special Student.
Admission Procedures for Pursuing the Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management Degree
- Complete the online University of Wisconsin System Application for Graduate Admission.
Pay a $56 nonrefundable application fee at our secure online site or mail a check payable to University of Wisconsin-Platteville to:
Distance Learning Center
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
1 University Plaza
Platteville WI 53818-3099
- Request an official transcript be sent directly from your undergraduate degree-granting institution to the Distance Learning Center at the address above. We cannot accept or evaluate unofficial transcripts. Official transcripts must be sent directly from the institution(s) where the course work was completed. Your application is not complete until we receive your transcript(s). All transcripts become the property of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
- Provide official transcripts for any previously earned graduate credits to be considered for transfer.
- Email a detailed employment résumé to the Distance Learning Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- You may be contacted for additional information to support your admission.
- International applicants will follow a slightly modified procedure.
Single Course Enrollment
Students not seeking a master's degree, 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. You will receive academic credit for courses taken while on this status. You can be considered for admission into a degree program if you maintain a 3.0 grade point average in all graduate-level work and all other admission requirements are met. With the program area advisor’s approval, you may transfer up to 12 credits earned at UW-Platteville into a degree program. All graduate-level work will be included in computing your academic average.
Find out more about single course enrollment.
If you earned your bachelor’s degree outside the United States, you must request that your academic records (called transcripts in the U.S.) be sent directly to the Distance Learning Center from the issuing institution, along with a translated copy if they are not in English. Any records received become a part of your permanent student record at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and cannot be released. International transcripts are subject to a course-by-course evaluation. UW-Platteville has approved Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (ECE) or World Education Services (WES) to complete this evaluation. ECE requires official transcripts/academic records to complete the evaluation.
If you attended a school outside the United States, follow these procedures:
- Request official transcript(s) from the institution(s) where you earned your degree(s), including an official translated copy if your transcript is not in English.*
- Go to the ECE or, WES website to request the “Course by Course” report option.
- Pay all fees associated with setting up an account.
- Neither UW-Platteville, WES nor ECE provide translation services. You are responsible for providing an official translated copy of your transcript.
*All official transcripts must be sent directly from the institution(s) where the course work was completed. We cannot accept or evaluate unofficial transcripts.
In addition to filing the standard application for admission with official transcript(s) translated in English, you must provide a copy of your Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL® Test) score to the Distance Learning Center. A minimum score of 550 PBT (paper based) or 79 iBT (internet based) on the Test of English as a Foregin Language Examination (TOEFL) is required of all international students whose native language is not English. When requesting that scores be sent directly to UW-Platteville, please use institution code 1917.
As an alternative, you may submit scores from the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Program admission requires a minimum of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each sub score.
International students may request a waiver of the TOEFL requirement by submitting acceptable justification. The waiver request should include your name, daytime phone number, and desired program of study. Send requests directly to:
Understanding the Integrated Supply Chain Management Credit Evaluation for Admission Form
Upon admission to the program, you’ll receive a Credit Evaluation for Admission Form that indicates your required courses, which courses require one or more prerequisites, transfer credits you have been awarded, and whether any eligibility restrictions exist.
You cannot enroll in elective courses you took as an undergraduate or for which you have had several years of experience. This is a general requirement of our Graduate School. Please see the front of your credit evaluation sheet for more information.
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