The Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management from the UW-Platteville School of Business is designed to provide you with real-world capabilities that stretch beyond the typical master’s degree in business. The program is designed around a wide range of supply chain courses, giving you experience in the many domains and environments where supply chain decision tools can provide substantial value.

This program examines the interplay and coordination of business, production management, logistics, and industrial engineering, all of which play vital roles in the increasingly complex networks necessary to deliver a product to a consumer. Courses are taught by professionals with years of industry experience and academic credentials, so you can be confident that the tools and techniques that you are learning are time-tested and actually work. Additionally, the hyper-focused curriculum means that you can complete your degree in as little as two years.

You can also choose from emphasis options in Analysis, Customer Relations, Logistics, Management, Operations, and Purchasing to enhance your education.

The Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management can be completed fully online.

Transfer Credits

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 counselor know if you have earned credits previously.

Professional Credentials

We recognize value in your professional experience and professional certifications. Advanced standing in the Integrated Supply Chain Management program may be awarded if you hold one of the following credentials:

  • If you hold the Association for Supply Chain Management CLTD (Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution) professional credential, you may satisfy the BUSADMIN 6100 – Supply Chain Management course requirement in your degree program. You will need 30 credits at UW-Platteville to earn your MSISCM degree.

    If you hold this professional credential, be sure to connect with an admissions counselor to learn how it aligns with the MSISCM degree.

    For more detailed information, please review the agreement.

  • If you hold the Association for Supply Chain Management CLTD (Certified in Production and Inventory Management) professional credential, you may satisfy the BUSADMIN 6100 – Supply Chain Management course requirement in your degree program. You will need 30 credits at UW-Platteville to earn your MSISCM degree.

    If you hold this professional credential, be sure to connect with an admissions counselor to learn how it aligns with the MSISCM degree.

    For more detailed information, please review the agreement.

  • If you hold the Institute for Supply Management CPSM (Certified Professional in Supply Management) professional credential, you may satisfy the BUSADMIN 6100 – Supply Chain Management course requirement in your degree program. You will need 30 credits at UW-Platteville to earn your MSISCM degree.

    If you hold this professional credential, be sure to connect with an admissions counselor to learn how it aligns with the MSISCM degree.

    For more detailed information, please review the agreement.

  • If you hold the Institute for Supply Management CPM (Certified Purchasing Manager) professional credential, you may satisfy the BUSADMIN 6100 – Supply Chain Management course requirement in your degree program. You will need 30 credits at UW-Platteville to earn your MSISCM degree.

    If you hold this professional credential, be sure to connect with an admissions counselor to learn how it aligns with the MSISCM degree.

    For more detailed information, please review the agreement.

  • If you hold the Association for Supply Chain Management CSCP (Certified Supply Chain Professional) professional credential, you may satisfy the BUSADMIN 6100 – Supply Chain Management course requirement in your degree program. You will need 30 credits at UW-Platteville to earn your MSISCM degree.

    If you hold this professional credential, be sure to connect with an admissions counselor to learn how it aligns with the MSISCM degree.

    For more detailed information, please review the agreement.

Transfer Credit Agreements

Have you completed a program from one of our partner institutions? If so, credits are awarded according to our agreements:

Courses

The Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management is earned by completing 30-33 graduate credits.

Foundational Courses

  • International Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Management

Core Courses

  • 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

Admission

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

Scholarships

You may be eligible to receive one of the following scholarships.