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.

Where It Is Offered Commerce, Dallas, Online
Duration 2 years
Foreign Language No foreign language credits required
Delivery Face-To-Face, Fully Online
Total Credit Hours 30 credit hours
Thesis Requirements No thesis required

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Is this Program a Good Fit for You?

Supply chain management students are typically interested in:

  • How businesses get products and supplies from one place to another
  • Logistics/Transportation
  • Operations
  • Problem-solving
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SEE YOURSELF SUCCEED WITH A DEGREE IN Supply Chain Management

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PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

An advanced degree in supply chain management will offer you the opportunity to:

  • Develop a deep understanding of how physical goods/information flow from their source to the end consumer
  • Recognize how businesses adapt to meet changing demands
  • Acquire key skillsets in quality and project management, as well as enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems
  • Understand the interrelatedness of different organizational functions
  • Enhance decision-making competencies
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Careers

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.

Career Possibilities and Current Median Salaries

Project
Management
$108,000
Operations
Management
$116,000
Strategy
$114,000

https://www.mastersprogramsguide.com/highest-paying-masters/
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What You Will Learn

A degree in supply chain management (SMC) from A&M-Commerce prepares you for a career in an integral and multi-faceted part of all businesses. Throughout the program, you will explore the key issues, theories and practical tools associated with the design, management and improvement of supply chain systems. Furthermore, the program enhances key business competencies, such as communication, decision-making and ethics within the context of SCM.

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Featured Courses

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Course Delivery and Resources

Our programs are designed to be flexible, meeting the needs of working professionals who want the convenience of a fully online degree, full-time students who prefer face-to-face classes and blended options for those who need the convenience of both. We offer a graduate-level business degree to fit your lifestyle and career aspirations.

Two Year Course Rotation

Need help planning your schedule but you don’t know where to start? Check out our Two Year Course Rotation!

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Student Organizations

Management Club

Management Club is an academic club that is here to assist you in the business world, enhance your skills, and prepare you for leadership roles in your career. You are welcome to join, management major or not. We provide you an opportunity to develop personally and professionally through experiences such as touring companies like Amazon and L3, interactives meeting like resume builders, and hosting network events. We also participate in the yearly Lions Innovation Business Competition.

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Graduate Program Cost

PROGRAM COSTS

Tuition and fees for graduate students taking nine credit hours are $3,669 for Texas residents and $7,341 for non-residents.

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Admission

Deadlines

Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Note: This program is not available to international students at this time.

Your Path to Becoming a Lion

Step 1. Submit Application

Submit your application through ApplyTexas.

  • Select “Create a new graduate school admissions application.”
  • Select “Texas A&M University-Commerce (Commerce)” as your “Target University.”

  • Select “Supply Chain Management, MS” as your “Major.”
  • Pay the $50 application fee.

Wait to receive an application confirmation email before proceeding to the next step.

  • After you submit your application, the Graduate School will send a confirmation email within two business days to the personal email account you used for ApplyTexas.

Step 2. Submit Documents

Submit the following documents after you receive an application confirmation email.

Official Transcripts

Contact your previous institution(s) and request that they send your official transcripts to [email protected].

  • We recommend that you request transcripts for all of your academic work.

Postal Alternative

If your institution is unable to submit a digital copy, hard copies may be mailed to:

Texas A&M University-Commerce
Attn: Graduate School
PO Box 3011
Commerce, Texas 75429-3011

We will need official/original documents. If those documents are the only copies you have, the Graduate School can mail them back to you upon request. Contact [email protected] for more information.

One Letter of Recommendation

Request one signed letter of recommendation, on letterhead, from a professional who can attest to your goals and ability to succeed in the program. That individual should:

Postal Alternative

If you are unable to submit a digital copy, hard copies may be mailed to:

Texas A&M University-Commerce
Attn: Graduate School
PO Box 3011
Commerce, Texas 75429-3011

Personal Statement

Describe your preparation for graduate work, your academic interests and goals in no more than 500 words.

Resume or CV

Submit a resume or curriculum vitae (CV) which includes your academic and professional history and achievements.

Look for application updates in myLeo > Apps > Check Application Status

  • Once an admission decision has been made, you will receive an email to your student email account at myLeo > Apps > Leomail.

Step 3. Apply for Financial Assistance

  • Apply for scholarships and graduate assistantships once you are admitted.
  • Apply for financial aid by submitting a FAFSA and sending it to school code 003565.
  • Contact your financial aid advisor with any questions.

Step 4. Register for Classes

Once registration opens and you are eligible to enroll, your graduate enrollment specialist is here to help you complete registration.

Contact your Graduate Enrollment Specialist if you have any questions regarding your degree plan and registration.

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We Are Here To Help!

Our faculty and staff are excited to guide you through the admission process and answer questions or concerns. Give us a call or email and we will get back to you right away.

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Contact Us

  • P.O. Box 3011
  • Commerce, TX 75429-3011
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