This program examines the interplay and coordination of business, industrial studies, and engineering, all of which play vital roles in the increasingly complex network of supply chain and logistics.
Designed to provide you with real-world capabilities that stretch beyond the typical master’s degree in business, the Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management will help you acquire the necessary knowledge to succeed in a multitude of supply chain fields.
Choose how your career needs will best be suited by selecting an area of emphasis.
- Analysis: Analyze the design of experiments, statistics, and quality in relation to supply chain. Help organizations analyze and identify ways to improve their supply chain.
- Customer Relationship Management: Help individuals anticipate and manage the needs of their organization’s current and potential customers. Identify ways to improve supply chain and increase customer communication and collaboration.
- Logistics: Explore the design and analysis of transportation systems, material handling, and inventory systems, as well as location of physical facilities for storage and manufacturing. Expand knowledge of importing, exporting, warehousing, and distribution management.
- Management: Become a leader in the supply chain field by developing an understanding of leadership theory, engineering communication and management, and advanced quality principles.
- Operations: Gain an understanding of supply chain from a manufacturing and design standpoint. Master the concepts of production planning, lean manufacturing, continuous improvements, and design concepts and processes.
- Purchasing: Assist those looking at the managerial, administrative, strategic and tactical aspects of the procurement function. Expand your knowledge of outsourcing and project procurement management as well as sourcing arrangements, vendor selection strategies, and outsourcing lifecycles.
Earn your degree in as little as two years. Total cost of the program ranges from $20,850 to $22,935*. Be sure to ask your Admission Specialist how you can reduce this cost with transfer credits or professional credentials.
“I really enjoyed the depth of study gained through the projects and papers inherent to each individual course. Additionally, there is absolutely no comparison to the amount of knowledge, information, and insight that is provided by not only the instructors from differing professional backgrounds, but the students with which you share the virtual classroom.”
Jeaneau Swenson, M.S. in Integrated Supply Chain Management
*Subject to change without notice.
Transfer up to 12 credits toward your degree. Credits need to have been earned from a nationally or regionally accredited institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. You’ll want to be sure to let your Admission Specialist know if you have earned credits previously.
Have you completed a program from one of our partner institutions? If so, credits are awarded according to our convenient agreements:
- Seneca College
- University of California-Irvine Division of Continuing Education
- University of California-Los Angeles Extension
- University of California, Riverside Extension
- University of California-San Diego Extension
We recognize value in your professional experience. Advanced standing in the Integrated Supply Chain Management program may be awarded by earning:
The Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management is earned by completing 30-33 graduate credits.
- International Supply Chain Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Customer Relationship Management
- Integrated Supply Chain Management Capstone
- Organizational Change Leadership: Theory and Practice
- Production Planning and Control
- Purchasing Management
- Quality Engineering and Management
- Seminar Paper
- Supply Chain Logistics
- Thesis Research
To be considered for admission, you'll need:
- Bachelor's degree in business administration, industrial technology management, industrial engineering, or a related field from a regionally or nationally accredited institution, or a baccalaureate degree (not identified above) from a regionally or nationally accredited institution and demonstrate extensive experience in one of the areas of emphasis.
- Overall undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or above or 2.90 on the last 60 credits from the degree-granting institution.
- No GRE or GMAT is required.
Applicants not meeting minimum requirements may gain admission through the comprehensive review process. International degrees are considered on an individual basis. For complete information, view the full admission requirements.
To ensure an admission decision for the semester you intend to start on your degree, you’ll want to submit your application and supporting materials by:
- Spring: December 1
- Summer: April 15
- Fall: July 15
You may be eligible to receive one of the following scholarships: