This degree program adopts a systems approach to provide students the knowledge and skills needed for a career in supply chain management.
The program prepares students to design and manage supply chains in manufacturing and service industries. This includes: perspectives and skills to design supply chains; strategies to optimize supply chain operations; opportunities to leverage information technology; and create effective demand fulfillment capabilities in firms.
The program is one year and 30 credits. The curriculum adopts an interdisciplinary focus and integrates concepts from industrial marketing, operations management, and information systems. The curriculum includes three parts: a business core, a supply chain core, and specialized electives that include real-world project-based courses that allow students to develop expertise in specific areas of supply chain management.