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MS in Supply Chain Management

The one-year, STEM-designated Master of Science-Business: Supply Chain Management provides expert training to guide cross-functional business processes. Today’s global business environment requires integration of analytics tools, information systems, manufacturers, suppliers, inventory management and distribution to seamlessly meet customer demand. Employers seek individuals with expertise in supply chain management to create efficiencies, raise profits, lower costs, and boost collaboration.

This comprehensive master's in supply chain management covers topics relevant to supply chain management, including operations, marketing, analytics/information management, and risk management. With support from the Grainger Center and curriculum designed with employer input, you will benefit from the same expertise that garnered our MBA in supply chain management a top 10 ranking from Gartner in 2018. 

Upcoming Admissions Events

Fall 2019 Information Sessions

Please join the admissions team at an information session to learn more about the application process and understand how you can become a competitive candidate for admission.

Date Time Location
Sept. 9, 2019 6:00–6:45 p.m. 2120 Grainger Hall
Oct. 14, 2019 6:00–6:45 p.m. 5120 Grainger Hall
Nov. 19, 2019 6:00–6:45 p.m. 5120 Grainger Hall

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Information Session Webinar Recording

Learn more about the three new specialized business master’s programs at the Wisconsin School of Business from our recorded webinar. Learn more about the application and admissions process.

Date Description
April 17, 2019 Master of Science in Business: Information Session Webinar

Career Opportunities

The demand for supply chain management professionals exceeds the current supply. Companies like Amazon, Intel, Google, and Target focus much of their recruiting effort on individuals with supply chain degrees and expertise. The ability to think about issues cross-functionally is recognized as a critical leadership skill that will give you an advantage in the workplace.

Common job titles for graduates with this degree:

  • Global Strategic Sourcing Analyst
  • Inventory Analyst
  • Operations Area Manager
  • Procurement Analyst
  • Supply Chain Analyst
  • Commodity Manager
  • Program Manager

Example companies that hire supply chain professionals:

  • 3M
  • Amazon
  • The Boeing Company
  • BP
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Kohl’s
  • Target

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Jake Dean

Podcast: Program Overview

Join us as Jake Dean, director of the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management, describes the expanding field of supply chain management and the various career paths open to graduates.

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Webcast: Program Details

This webcast shares helpful information about the MS in Supply Chain Management Program at the Wisconsin School of Business.

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