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About the Program
Michigan State University is recognized worldwide as the leader in Supply Chain Management education. Acknowledged as the #1 program in supply chain education and talent procurement by publications such as US News & World Report and SCM World, MSU has been the global leader in creating and disseminating integrative supply chain management knowledge for over 50 years. The MSSCM program is one of the few degree offerings nationally that is a true, comprehensive SCM program.
Michigan State University’s Master of Science in Supply Chain Management sets the standard as the top-ranked program for the supply chain professional. Helping students see the “big picture” of supply chain management by developing a holistic, end-to-end understanding of the supply chain has not only created a dynamic, top-ranked program but also attracts elite supply chain professionals for cohort-style learning. This student population, when combined with distinguished, top-of-mind faculty, establishes an innovative learning and networking environment.
Program Format and Schedule
The program is a 31-credit graduate degree and is offered as a combination of three-day intensive on-site sessions and innovative online modules. These three on-site sessions, which occur throughout the program, offer the opportunity to network with other SCM professionals in a wide array of industries. Online sessions are the vehicle for learning around a professional work schedule. The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program is taught by the world-renowned MSU Supply Chain faculty.