Our MS in Supply Chain Management provides two tracks to better fit your academic schedule.
Whitman MS in Supply Chain Management Experience
The Whitman School is home to the nation’s first supply chain management (SCM) program, which was founded in 1919. The program has evolved into one of national prominence with our renowned faculty pioneering industry innovation and preparing students to make early and meaningful contributions in the marketplace.
In today’s global economy, successfully managing the logistics within an organization, and between organizations, requires a solid knowledge base and honed strategic thinking skills. The M.S. in SCM at Whitman entails a challenging, globally immersed curriculum and a range of opportunities to gain relevant, real-world experience. This combination of classroom and experiential learning works to build your confidence in maneuvering the most complex supply chain scenarios. The analytical skills gained through the curriculum extend well to understanding the implications of any business decision.
Whitman is home to two centers dedicated to SCM research and innovation. The H.H. Franklin Center for Supply Chain Management brings together Whitman students, faculty, alumni and accomplished SCM professionals to share research and advancements in the industry. The Robert H. Brethen Operations Management Institute supports students through Whitman’s chapter of APICS, an international professional society, and the provision of funding for scholarships and research.
Whitman’s SCM undergraduate and graduate programs are highly regarded among corporate recruiters and consistently recognized among the best by leading publications and organizations, such as Transportation and Distribution Management, The Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report, Gartner and Bloomberg Businessweek.
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Supply Chain students are provided multiple Centers, Institutes and Clubs to support their educational experiences.
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