MS-Supply Chain Management
What is supply chain management? At the University of Michigan-Dearborn, the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is designed for students who want to manage the organizations, people, technology, and resources that transform raw materials into the finished products delivered to customers.
The program offers expert faculty and expansive opportunities for networking. Students in the program take a blend of online and evening campus courses.
Admission is rolling, and you may begin the program in September, January or May. The degree is open to students of all undergraduate majors. You may enroll on a full- or part-time basis.
Core Courses (7 courses/21 credits)
Applied Statistical Modeling
Elective Courses (3 courses/9 credits)
Transfer Credit and Course Exemptions
Transfer credit for up to two graduate courses can be applied to the program, potentially reducing the amount of program course work at the University of Michigan-Dearborn to 24 credit hours. Transfer credit is granted at the discretion of the program faculty.
Undergraduate coursework deemed substantially similar to program courses may qualify to exempt students from taking up to two courses. Course exemptions are granted based on the judgment of the program faculty and are limited to the following courses: DS 520, MIS 525, and OM 521. Exempted courses must be replaced with another approved course in the College of Business. Students receiving transfer credit will have exemptions limited so that no more than two courses are affected in total.