Online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

The Online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MS-SCM) degree at Marquette University will equip you with the competencies and tools that you need to understand and lead the change in the transition from physical to digital supply chains. The program gives you the flexibility to learn on your schedule. Courses are delivered 100% online in conjunction with three four-day residential workshops at the beginning, middle, and end of the program.

With the industry-driven curriculum, you’ll discover how to lead the transformation to a digital supply chain, and create business advantage across markets and industries.

 

3

Residential Workshops

17

Total Classes

31

Total Credit Hours

 
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Center for Supply Chain management

With the emergence of Digital Supply Chains in the broader context of the 4th Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0), companies need to understand how to transition from their physical to digital supply chains. 

Program Highlights:

  • A 22/24-month online program with industry-driven innovative curriculum and world renowned SCM faculty.
  • Delivered by top faculty from an AACSB-accredited business school and our top ranked Center for Supply Chain management.

One of the Top Centers for Supply Chain Management in the country:

  • 14th Ranked Undergraduate Supply Chain Management Program – U.S. News & World Report 2018
  • 15th Ranked International Supply Chain Management Program – SCM World 2017
  • 23th Ranked Undergraduate Supply Chain Management Program (2nd in program content) – Gartner, Inc. 2017

Tuition for the MS-SCM Program is - $1,350 per credit for 2018-2019.  Tuition increases approximately 2-4% each academic year. Tuition is paid on a semester basis. Contact Marquette Central for information on a tuition installment plan.

Some employers sponsor the tuition for their Marquette MS-SCM students. The Graduate School of Management will work with you, your manager and your human resources office to meet requirements your business has for tuition reimbursement. For students who sponsor themselves in the program, Marquette Office of Student Financial Aid counselors can assist with financial aid options.

No student fees.

Textbooks, accommodation during the three residential workshops and parking are not included.  The cost of textbooks varies widely depending on the class.  Students should budget $150-250 on books.  Book requirements are listed in CheckMarq once a student is registered.

Dr. Mark BarrattDr. Mark Barratt
Faculty Program Director, MS in Supply Chain
Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management
mark.barratt@marquette.edu

 

 

 

 

 

Requirements

Admission to the MS-SCM program requires that applicants have successfully completed a four-year undergraduate degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale). For those below the 3.0 requirement, please contact us to see if other qualifications may be used to help fulfill this requirement. 

Qualified applicants are expected to have completed coursework in supply chain management and at least one course in both basic statistics and calculus at the college level. Applicants without the required supply chain management background will be required to complete the Supply Chain Management Foundations course. 

Applicants should forward all the following information directly to the Marquette University Graduate School of Management:

  • Graduate School Application Form and application fee
  • Official Transcripts for all Colleges attended, except Marquette
  • Resume or job profile
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
  • Official Scores from either the GRE or GMAT general examinations
  • Official Scores from the TOEFL Examination (for International students)

Marquette University Graduate School of Management GMAT/GRE Waiver Policy

The GMAT/GRE requirement may be waived for MS in Supply Chain Management applicants that have earned an overall quality point average of 3.25 or higher with proof of quantitative course coverage from an AACSB accredited school.