Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (MSLSCM) program prepares students for managerial and executive careers in the logistics and supply chain management industry.

The 10-month program provides a rigorous graduate education focused on three areas of logistics that are demanded by today’s business environment: logistics technology, data analytics and distribution modeling. The program's cohort-based, lockstep fashion allows the integration of these three key components into each course.

Students become familiar with software such as SAP, Salesforce, Magaya, SPSS and MercuryGate and learn to utilize digital technology to gather, access, manage, analyze and utilize the vast data available in the global transportation and logistics industry. Graduates develop their technical knowledge, interpersonal skills and market knowledge.

In the current marketplace, diverse employment opportunities include logistics analyst, logistics manager, supply chain analyst, supply chain manager, fleet manager, warehouse operations manager, storage and distribution manager, global logistics manager, procurement manager, acquisition project analyst, facilities manager and others.

We are currently accepting applications for Spring 2022. Apply Now!




Complete the program in 10 months


Supply Chain Manager median salary in the U.S.

  • Designed for working professionals with Saturday classes
  • Three-part focus on logistics technology, data analytics, and distribution modeling
  • Technical training through industry software programs

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Unique Features

Cohort based, lock-step program

Designed for working professionals with Saturday classes

Three key strategic areas

Logistics Technology, Data Analytics, and Distribution Modeling

Fast growing occupations

Expected 2% increase per year

Top Faculty

Program faculty with real-world experience from top industry organizations

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