Transform your future with a Master of Science degree in Supply Chain Management from A&M-Commerce
Supply chain management (SCM) is a diverse field that encapsulates a company’s ability to link processes, practices and people in a timely manner. The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management equips you to meet this growing demand. The program aims to provide the knowledge base necessary to excel in critical SCM areas and ensure the company’s success in design, assembly and delivery of their product.
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The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program provides students with the scientific knowledge and practical skills needed for effective leadership and management within dynamic business environments. Graduates are well positioned to transition quickly when internship and job opportunities present themselves.
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Global Supply Chain Management explores the key issues, theories and tools associated with the design, management and improvement of integrated global supply chain systems. It focuses on the strategic, tactical and financial aspects of supply chain management.
Sustainable operations have become an important component in Supply Chain Management. It is imperative for supply chain managers to understand the actions they can take to ensure long-term sustainable operations. This course focuses on things managers can do both within their organizations, and outside of their organizations, to develop these sustainable operations.
This course teaches students the core modules such as logistics and customer relationship management in enterprise resources planning activities. The course introduces modern quality management approaches including Six Sigma. Students learn global supply chain system design and implementation techniques and practices through class discussions and case analyses.
This course addresses the issues those in transportation face in delivering the most critical and complex component of supply chain design. The approach for this course is to take an in-depth look at how the methods, laws and policies of transportation affect the design and implementation of transportation.
Graduate Program Cost
Tuition and fees for graduate students taking nine credit hours are $3,669 for Texas residents and $7,341 for non-residents.