To earn a Master’s in Supply Chain Management Management, you must successfully complete 33 credits total, including the following: 

  • Foundation courses (4 courses; 9 credits total):
    • Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management (3 credits)
    • Supply Chain Cost and Financial Analysis (3 credits)
    • Supply Chain Design (1.5 credits)
    • Sustainability in Supply Chain Design (1.5 credits)
  • Areas of Emphasis (3 courses; 7.5 credits total)
    • Demand Management
      • Supply Chain Analytics (3 credits)
    • Procurement Management
      • Operations Strategy and Strategic Sourcing (1.5 credits)
    • Fulfillment Management
      • Outsourcing and Third Party Logistics (3 credits)
  • Elective courses (13.5 credits total):
    • Electives can be chosen from additional courses that align with the areas of emphasis outlined above, or a more general list of electives. For a current list of electives, visit the Course Details page.
  • Core course (1 course; 3 credits total):
    • Capstone (3 credits)

You’ll have the flexibility to earn your degree at a pace that suits your schedule—you can take up to 9 credits per semester and have up to five years to complete the degree.

  • Full-time students typically take three courses during the fall and spring semesters, and two courses during the summer semester.
  • Part-time students typically take one to two courses during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

Areas of Emphasis

The Supply Chain Management program offers three distinct areas of emphasis, to best help students understand the interplay of demand, procurement, and fulfillment management. Each area of emphasis contains one required course and additional elective courses: 

  • Demand Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Fulfillment Management

For course descriptions, visit the Course Details page.

Program Formats

The Supply Chain Management program is available in both an online format and an on-campus format. You can opt to take classes online, on campus, or through a combination of both.

  • On-Campus Format: In the on-campus format, classes are held at the same times every week at our downtown D.C. campus.
  • Online Format: The online master’s has the same curriculum as the on-campus format and offers access to all of the same University resources. In this format, you’ll be able to watch lectures and complete assignments on your own schedule. 


All programs offered by Georgetown University are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.