Supply chain professionals oversee the many decisions and processes related to producing and distributing products in the global economy. The complexity and importance of this work requires a lot of planning and a lot of problem solving. Supply chain professionals draw on business analytics to inform their decisions and plans. For individuals who love to problem solve, work in this field can be very satisfying. If you are interested in a possible career as a supply chain professional, you should look into a supply chain management degree.
Supply chain management graduate programs are designed around an interdisciplinary curriculum. The coursework draws from the disciplines of computer science and business management and assignments and readings blend problem solving skills with the material needed to succeed in this career. In supply chain management graduate programs with hybrid classes, you work side by side with other students and faculty who are interested in exploring answers to supply chain problems, but you can also do some of your coursework in a convenient online format. It is the best of both classroom worlds. Some supply chain management graduate programs allow you to attend part-time. If you are interested in a master degree with hybrid classes, you can browse supply chain management degrees such as a Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management or an MBA-Concentration in Supply Chain Management.
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Florida Institute of Technology
The goal of the Master of Science in Material Acquisition Management is to prepare individuals for advanced leadership positions in the private, public and military sectors with specific skills and competencies in material acquisition management.
Robert Gordon University, The
This specialist Masters Programme offers a course of study that develops both general management and specialist professional skills.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Master of Engineering in Logistics (MLOG) program attracts business professionals from across the globe to participate in its one-of-a-kind logistics and...
SUNY Maritime College
The Master of Science in International Transportation Management prepares students for advanced positions within maritime industry, as well as in logistics and supply chain management positions in diverse industries. The Master of Science in Internation...
London Metropolitan University
Glasgow Caledonian University
University of Maryland University College
UMUC's Graduate Integrative Supply Chain Management Certificate is designed to familiarize participants with in-depth strategies...
University of Salford
University of California - Riverside
By combining purchasing, logistics and supply chain management into one certificate program, UCR Extension has created a course of study that reflects...
University of North Texas
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
This online program is designed to empower professionals to address the needs of the ever-evolving global marketplace by sharpening analytic skills while learning to leverage relevant technology to make supply chains faster and more efficient. Design...
Central Connecticut State University
Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
This 24-week program covers the functions, structures, systems, and practices that constitute an effective and efficient, integrated supply chain.
Virginia International University
University of Texas At Dallas
The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MS-SCM) will explore the key issues associated with the design and management of supply chains. It will entail concepts dealing with the improvement of supply chain operations towards lower costs, fas...
Eastern Michigan University
American Military University
A graduate Certificate Program is available for students who may already possess the desired graduate degree, may not be interested in taking a full m...
California State University, East Bay
The California State University, East Bay Certificate in Supply Management equips procurement professionals with the up-to-date...
As part of its long-standing commitment to education in the field of Supply Chain Management, the College ofBusiness Administration at Northeastern Un...
Cleveland State University
The OSM Department is committed to excellence in research and teaching. We serve undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students and enable them to pursue careers in operations, logistics, and supply chain management. Faculty members are active in scholar...
Golden Gate University
We have one of the largest and most comprehensive operations and supply-chain management programs in California.
Our two masters degrees in International Logistics and International Supply Chain Management aim to create highly talented specialists with a unique blend of vision, practical experience, analytical skills and technological capability to take up pivotal...
California State University, Fullerton
This certificate is designed to further the professional growth and career development of those who work in the distribution...
This 96-hour program is designed to meet the needs of anyone who wants to learn how to improve the effectiveness of a supply chain or particular activ...
This certificate program is the result of cooperation and collaboration among university professors,...
Mount St. Mary's University
Logistics and supply chain management professionals thrive on efficiently and effectively managing the production and distribution of goods from supply acquisition to delivery of the finished goods worldwide.