Master's in Supply Chain Management

Mission & Learning Goals

Mission Statement

The program’s mission is to equip students with the knowledge, tools, and skills necessary to build and manage fully integrated, global supply chains that drive better business performance.

Learning Goals

Upon successfully completing the Master's in Supply Chain Management program, you will be able to:

  • Creative and Critical Thinking: Design, improve, and integrate supply chain processes with internal and external partners to improve performance.
  • Global Competence: Assess supply chain, operational, and cross-cultural methods and technological advancements to achieve agility, resilience, and risk management for a global supply chain.
  • Ethical Reasoning and Values: Formulate a supply chain corporate social responsibility plan that addresses key stakeholders’ needs and creates competitive advantage.
  • Applied Problem Solving: Apply theory, research, professional experiences, and techniques to design a logistics management strategy responsive to the organization’s business requirements.
  • Information Literacy: Assess, interpret, and discern the quality of data to make informed decisions.
  • Technological Competency: Evaluate industry relevant tools, systems, and technology to improve the organization’s supply chain.
  • Communication: Develop communication strategies, messages, and presentations that integrate stakeholder perspectives and facilitate organizational change.