Master's in Supply Chain Management
The KU School of Business offers a highly focused and specialized graduate program in supply chain management intended to provide leaders in the field an opportunity to elevate their skills and posture them at the leading edge of their profession.
The program is designed to meet the emerging needs of supply chain professionals, drawing on a combination of relevant academic research and experiential learning to provide an unparalleled educational experience. The program, which starts in each fall semester consists of 30 credit hours, and KU may articulate up to six hours of credit for leadership electives completed during the Command and General Staff Officer Course or at other accredited institutions.
The program leverages a hybrid curriculum — optimizing in-person courses while providing students with added online flexibility — and students have the option of applying their completed coursework toward a KU Master of Business Administration, which can be pursued online at your own pace.
- MGMT 706: Managing People (3 credits, online)
- BSAN 701: Statistical Decision Making (3 credits, in-person)
- SCM 701: Introduction to Supply Chain Management (3 credits, in-person)
- SCM 702: Procurement and Supplier Management (3 credits, in-person)
- ACCT 706: Accounting (3 credits, online)
- SCM 703: Transportation and Logistics Systems (3 credits, in-person)
- FIN 706: Finance (3 credits, online)
- SCM 710: Capstone in Supply Chain Management (3 credits, in-person)
CGSC electives (6 credits)
The MS-SCM program consists of thirty credit hours. Twenty-four of those are delivered by KU School of Business faculty, with six credits of advanced leadership electives articulated from the CGSOC curriculum or other accredited institutions.