Gain skills to guide business processes

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.

With support from the Grainger Center and curriculum designed with employer input, this comprehensive master’s in supply chain management covers topics relevant to supply chain management including:

  • Operations
  • Marketing
  • Analytics/Information Management
  • Risk Management

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Program Overview

The Wisconsin MS Supply Chain Management program provides a cross-functional education in core supply chain principles: plan, source, make, and deliver. This program uses a multidisciplinary approach to blend science and technology and provide cross-functional skills and training.

  • Two semesters
  • STEM-designated MS degree
  • World-renowned faculty and industry experts
  • Leading-edge curriculum
  • International exchange and global trip opportunities

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

Companies that hire supply chain professionals

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

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Why Supply Chain Management at Wisconsin?

Jake Dean, director of the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management, along with alumnus and GE Transportation’s Scott Hughes discuss supply chain’s essential place in business.

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