Gain a deep, strategic understanding of supply chain management principles from our comprehensive framework, and sharpen your leadership and data analytics skills through our immersive Supply Chain Consulting Studio.
A total of 30 credits is required to earn the MSCM degree.
Overview of Program Schedule
|Leadership & Career Training||Elective(s)||Elective(s)|
|Business Fundamentals Bootcamp
|Manufacturing and Supply Operations
|Supply Chain Consulting Studio
|Supply Chain Colloquium
|Applied Business Analytics
|Strategic Sourcing and Procurement Management
|Big Data Management
|Information Technology in Supply Chain and Logistics
|Global Supply Chain Management
Kick off the program in June with an introduction to business fundamentals and management tools, and their role in operations and supply chain management.
Business Fundamentals Bootcamp -TO 505
Supply Chain Colloquium -TO 736
Leadership and Career Training
Jump into fall term with core courses, like Applied Analytics and Strategic Sourcing, designed to provide you with a deep understanding of the supply chain field and the technical expertise you'll need to excel on the job. Make connections with potential employers during corporate networking, recruiting events, and other industry events held at Ross, like our annual Global Operations Conference.
Manufacturing and Supply Operations-TO 605
Applied Business Analytics -TO 618
Strategic Sourcing and Procurement Management -TO 624
Information Technology in Supply Chain and Logistics -TO 623
Round out your requirements and apply what you've learned in our immersive Supply Chain Consulting Studio course. During the course, you'll work in teams to find creative solutions to a pressing supply chain challenge at a real organization, and go onsite to conduct research and present your final recommendation to leadership.
Supply Chain Consulting Studio - TO 685
Global Supply Chain Management -TO 620
Master of Supply Chain Management Electives
Please note: Courses displayed represent a selection of MSCM elective opportunities.
Put Your Learning Into Action
Choose a real corporate project to complete with a small group of students and a professor during your Supply Chain Consulting Studio course. Taken in your second term, this action-based learning opportunity complements your classroom work, immersing you in the world of business and expanding your ability to handle a diverse array of supply chain management issues.
Learn By Doing
Put the knowledge and business concepts you learn in the classroom to use through Ross Experiences in Action-Based Learning (REAL), which include opportunities like our Living Business Leadership Experience (LBLE) course. Work in teams to help lead a business unit within a real company.
The Sanger Leadership Center
Find opportunities to lead outside of the classroom through co-curricular activities hosted by the Sanger Leadership Center, the hub for leadership development and research on campus.
Leadership Crisis Challenge
Prepare to lead successfully in high-pressure, high-stakes environments through this simulated business crisis.
Unlock your personal capabilities and learn how to increase your influence as part of two transformative Legacy Lab workshops.
Leading Inclusive Teams
Gain evidence-based knowledge and practical tools to help you design and lead diverse, equitable, and inclusive (DEI) teams and organizations.