Professional Master of Science (M.S.) in Supply Chain Management and Applied Analytics (Online)

Our curriculum is co-designed with a professor and an industry expert in that area of specialization.

The degree requires 30 credits, which consists of ten 3-credit courses. There is no comprehensive exam and no thesis requirement. The Lean Six/Sigma Course provides a capstone experience through a directed study with a partner organization. 

The program is delivered in asynchronous online, seven-week modules that follow the accelerated online calendar and allows for flexibility to fit your schedule.

Courses (3 credits each):

  • PSA 500: Resiliency in Supply Chains
  • PSA 501: Accounting and Finance for Supply Chain Managers
  • PSA 502: Global Supply Chain and Operations Strategy
  • PSA 503: International Transportation Management
  • PSA 504: Supply Chain Analytics and Data Mining
  • PSA 505: Warehousing and Distribution Systems
  • PSA 506: Procurement and Supplier Management
  • PSA 507: Customer Analytics
  • PSA 508: Supply Chain Network Design
  • PSA 509: Lean Six Sigma Innovation Protocols (includes Capstone Experience)

One and Two Year Completion Options

Below are sample course schedules for the available one and two year completion timelines for the M.S. in Supply Chain Management and Applied Analytics program.

One Year Track
Fall 1Fall 2Spring 1Spring 2Summer 1Summer 2
PSA500, PSA501PSA502,PSA503PSA504PSA505,PSA507PSA506,PSA508PSA509
Two Year Track
Year 1
Fall 1Fall 2Spring 1Spring 2
Year 2
Fall 1Fall 2Spring 1Spring 2Summer 1Summer 2

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Program Director

Dara Schniederjans