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M.S. in Supply Chain Management

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M.S. in Supply Chain Program, a STEM Designated Program

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University is home to the nation’s premier supply chain management (SCM) program. Founded in 1919 as a specialization in traffic and transportation, it has evolved into a nationally renowned, innovative program that focuses on improving efficiencies in SCM while training graduates to make meaningful contributions in the marketplace.

Most, if not all, M.S. students are eligible for merit-based scholarships. 

The global curriculum of the STEM-designated M.S. in SCM combines classroom and experiential learning to help students build a solid knowledge base, while developing strategic thinking skills. The analytical skills gained through the program also help graduates understand the implications of any business decision.

Whitman MSSCM by the Numbers (5 year average)
Average GMAT: 618
53% Male
47% Female

Learn more about the online supply chain management program.


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See admissions requirements, and other helpful enrollment information, including a checklist and a link to our online application.

Program Costs

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See the estimated total costs of tuition, books, fees and living expenses for the academic year.

Financial Aid

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Faculty & Ph.D. Directory

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Our professors bring expert insight, providing practical experience and instruction in the classroom.