LOGTECH - MS in Supply Chain Management
Various branches of the government have a growing need for individuals who understand and can develop, manage, and lead the complex integration of goods, services and distribution in a variety of critical and tactical situations. Our Master of Science in Supply Chain Management prepares professionals for these challenging and rewarding positions. The SU program provides:
- A graduate-level curriculum designed to improve the knowledge and performance of military and civilian professionals involved in integrating or practicing in the field of logistics and supply chain management.
- A broad course of study that includes classes in numerical decision processes, quality studies and managerial theory to prepare graduates for success in a multitude of fields throughout their careers.
- Topic coverage that includes demand management, inventory control, risk sharing, supply chain planning, buyer-seller alliances, information flows, transportation, production management, and business-to-business marketing in a global setting, with an emphasis on information technology throughout the curriculum.
The SU program provides graduates with a clear competitive advantage in the ability to strategically align critical supply chain support services with vital tactical objectives that meet Department of Defense goals and objectives.
Syracuse University established the nation's first supply chain management program in 1919, and has been continually regarded as one of the nation’s finest institutions in the education of professionals entering this dynamic field. Recent recognitions include:
#8 in the World (Financial Times Online MBA ranking, 2015)
#5 Best for Vets: Business Schools (Military Times, 2016)
#6 Supply Chain Management (SCM) Masters Programs (Gartner Group, 2011)
#26 Operations Management (Bloomberg Businessweek, 2011)
The Syracuse University MS in SCM began as a 22 month distance learning format. In 2016 the program moved to a 12 month, full time “boots on the ground” program at Syracuse University. This model provides faster pay-back to your sponsoring unit, time to immerse yourself in your studies, meet faculty and each other face to face, a shorter graduation horizon and retains the academic advantages and prestige of the SU program. The curriculum provides you with a seamless integration of supply chain management knowledge and leadership. And the full time program allows you meet other full time students in our 60 year old Defense Comptrollership Program as well as students in our traditional MS in SCM program.
|FALL 2016 (August 29 - December 16)||Semester Credits|
|MBC638: Statistics/Data Analysis||3.0|
|MBC635: Intro to SCM||3.0|
|MBC603: Creating Customer Value||1.5|
|MBC604: Managing the Marketing Mix||1.5|
|MBC607: Understanding Financial Statements||1.5|
|MBC608: Creating Financial Statements||1.5|
|TOTAL CREDIT HOURS||12.0|
|SPRING 2017 (January 17 - May 10)||Semester Credits|
|SCM701: Logistics & SCM||3.0|
|MBC627: Financial Markets & Institutions||1.5|
|MBC628: Fundamentals of Financial Management||1.5|
|SCM755: Lean Six Sigma||3.0|
|TOTAL CREDIT HOURS||12.0|
|SUMMER 2017 (May 22 - August 11)||Semester Credits|
|SCM741: Strategic Sourcing||3.0|
|SCM 777: Global SC Strategy||3.0|
|TOTAL CREDIT HOURS||6.0|
|DEGREE CREDIT HOURS||30|
For full Curriculum Details, click here.
The 30-credit course features management foundation courses, supply chain management courses and a culminating experience to best prepare you for the fast-paced evolution of supply chain management globally.
The LOGTECH Program is a resident Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program delivered by the Whitman School of Management (WSM) at Syracuse University. Today, in various branches of the government there is a growing need for individuals who understand and can develop, manage and lead the complex integration of goods, services and distribution in a variety of operational and tactical situations. The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management at WSM provides a clear competitive advantage in the ability to strategically align critical supply chain support services with vital tactical support service objectives to sustain the Department of Defense.
Program Dates: 2016-2017
22 – 26 Aug 16 Orientation
29 Aug 16 1st day of class
5 Sep 16 Labor Day Holiday
20 – 27 Nov 16 Thanksgiving Break
17 Dec 16 – 2 Jan 17 Holiday Break
10 Aug 17 Last day of class
11 Aug 17 Graduation
Participation in the LOGTECH MS program is very competitive. Department of Defense personnel nominations are submitted to the address below. A DoD selection panel reviews all packets to determine who will be considered for admittance. Syracuse University has the final decision on who is actually accepted in the program.
Headquarters, U.S. Army Material Command
Attn: Deputy Chief of Staff, G3/4 (LOGTECH)
4400 Martin Road
Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898
Mary E. Moore
Sr. Logistics Specialist
HQ AMC G-3/4
LOGTECH Training Division