Virtually every organization has a supply chain of some type. While some supply chains are loose-knit streams of work that cover indirect products or services, other supply chains are sophisticated, well-connected structures that dominate those organizations’ business strategies. There is growing recognition that effective supply chain management can greatly increase business performance, which is why your decision to pursue a master’s degree in this field is so timely.
Our 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. Our applied curriculum is centered on real-world examples taught by individuals who have both technical knowledge and practical industry experience.
In addition to the emphasis areas of Planning, Strategic Sourcing, and Logistics & Fulfillment Management, we focus on building leadership and relationship management skills, which are a core thread in every successful supply chain. As a graduate of the program, you’ll be well prepared to take on broader and more strategic roles within your organization.
I’d like to personally welcome you to the Master’s in Supply Chain Management at Georgetown University!
Faculty Director and Assistant Professor of the Practice, Supply Chain Management
Linda Dunn, MBA is faculty director and assistant professor of the practice for the Master’s ...