Integrated Supply Chain Management Requirements

You can earn your master’s degree in integrated supply chain management at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville by successfully completing 30 to 33 graduate credits. Tailor your education to match your career goals with an area of emphasis. All courses listed are three credits unless otherwise stated.

Foundational Courses (6 credits)

BUSADMIN 6100: Supply Chain Management (Prerequisite to ISCM 7100)
ISCM 7100: International Supply Chain Management

Required Core Courses (21 credits)

Core courses need to be completed before taking corresponding emphasis area courses.

Analysis: ENGRG 7820: Quality Engineering and Management
Purchasing: BUSADMIN: 6160 Purchasing Management
Management: OCL 7330: Organizational Change Leadership: Theory and Practice
Operations: INDUSTDY 6950: Production Planning and Control
Logistics: ISCM 7500: Supply Chain Logistics
Customer Relations: ISCM 7700: Customer Relationship Management
ISCM 7840: Integrated Supply Chain Management Capstone, ISCM 7920: Seminar Paper Research, or ISCM 7990: Thesis Research

Areas of Emphasis (6 credits)

You will choose an area of emphasis. Complete at least six credits in one of these areas.


ENGRG 6050: Applied Statistics
ENGRG 7030: Simulation Modeling of Engineering Systems
ENGRG 7070: Optimization with Engineering Applications
ENGRG 7510: Design of Experiments
ENGRG 7850: Taguchi Method of Designing Experiments

Customer Relations

ISCM 7710: Supply Chain Customer Synchronization
ISCM 7720: Reverse Logistics


ISCM 7510: Import/Export
ISCM 7520: Warehousing and Distribution Management


BUSADMIN 7110: Management Decision Analysis
BUSADMIN 7540: Advanced Quality Management
ENGRG 5000: Engineering Communications
ENGRG 7800: Engineering Management
INDUSTDY 7000: Research Methodology
PHLSPHY 7530: Business Ethics


ENGRG 7520: Design for Manufacturability
ENGRG 7550: Product Design and Development
ENGRG 7810: Advanced Production and Operations Analysis
ENGRG 7830: Advanced Cost and Value Analysis
ENGRG 7840: Systems Engineering Management
ENGRG 7860: Continuous Improvement with Lean Principles
INDUSTDY 5950: Industrial Design for Production


ISCM 7610: Outsourcing
PROJMGT 7050: Project Procurement Management


Supply chain management is integrated with business, engineering, and industrial studies. Six credits should be taken from each of the three disciplines. See an advisor for details.

  • Business: BUSADMIN and selected ISCM courses
  • Engineering: ENGRG and selected ISCM courses
  • Industrial Studies: INDUSTDY and selected ISCM courses

To earn your master’s degree, you must meet the following requirements:

  • All students must complete a minimum of 30 graduate credits.
  • At least 21 credits must be earned in graduate courses that are not cross-listed with undergraduate courses, and of those 21 credits, at least 15 credits must be earned at the 7000-level). These credits must be included in the student’s program planning form.
  • Courses in the 5000-6990 levels are open to graduate students for graduate credit, provided they have not previously taken the courses at the undergraduate level.
  • Students must have both an overall and a program GPA of at least 3.0. Graduate credits in which a grade lower than a C- has been earned will not be counted toward a degree; however, these lower grades will be reflected in the student’s grade point average. All credits attempted within a given program will be counted toward the GPA, even if credits for a particular course will not be counted toward program completion requirements.
    • Note: Programs may have stricter requirements than required of the School of Graduate Studies; students should review their official program plan for information.
  • Graduate students are allowed seven years from the date of admission into a master’s program to complete degree requirements.
  • No more than 12 credits can be transferred into a master’s degree program.
  • To be accepted for transfer, credits must be approved by more than one faculty member in the relevant program along with the dean of the School of Graduate Studies. Faculty must be 1) the program's coordinator; or 2) some mix of the student's advisor and a faculty member with expertise in the field.
  • Only courses taken at a nationally or regionally accredited institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation in which the student received a grade of B or higher will be accepted. Transfer credits will not be officially recorded until the student has successfully completed graduate work at UW-Platteville.
  • Enroll in one UW-Platteville course within the first year of being admitted into the program. Failure to do so will result in the discontinuation from the program.
  • Maintain degree progress by completing at least one UW-Platteville course every two years in order to remain under these catalog requirements. Failure to do so will result in discontinuation from the program.