Logistics Management--Supply Chain
The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program is designed to provide students with the graduate education that will enhance their leadership careers in the field of logistics and supply chain management.
The program aims to enable students to craft technology-rich supply chain architectures, instill rapid innovation into supply chain design, efficiently manage the supply base, align partners through trust and common values, and create the right metrics for supply chain networks.
1. Applicants should have three years of work experience in the field of logistics, supply chain management, operations management, information technology, or a related field.
2. Those who currently hold or are on track to assume senior professional responsibility in the field of logistics and supply chain management will be given preference.
3. Applicants must have a bachelor's degree and satisfy the minimum requirements to obtain graduate status.
4. Three professional references and detailed resume are required.
The MS program is a one-year, 33-credit hour, cohort-based program. The program blends four intensive weekends in-residence with three e-learning segments. The in-residence modules are scheduled between e-learning segments and include case studies, leadership lectures, breakout sessions, and simulation assignments. E-learning segments add learning activities such as interactive cases, pedagogical discussions, and proprietary teaching material built by global subject matter experts.
|Dept Core and Electives|
|II. Required Courses*|
|SCM 7880 Foundations of Supply Chain Management||3|
|SCM 7870 Supply Chain Project Management & Transformation||3|
|SCM 7940 Total Quality Management and Lean Supply Chain Processes||3|
|SCM 7960 Strategic Sourcing||3|
|SCM 7930 Supply Chain Operations & Control||3|
|SCM 7890 Global Logistics and Trade||3|
|SCM 7950 Information Technology and Supply Chain Management||3|
|SCM 7920 Supply Chain Design and Integration||3|
|SCM 7910 Supply Chain Performance Measurement and Transformation||3|
|SCM 7990 SCM Project||6|
|* Courses are offered in a blended learning mode beginning each semester with a 3 day in-class residency, 1 day devoted to each of three courses, followed by 5 weeks of online delivery per course, three courses per semester, synchronized with the semester schedule including 3 courses in summer term.|
|* Cohorts which start in Fall continue through Spring and conclude at end of Summer term. Spring cohorts continue through Summer and conclude at end of Fall term.|
*While the Wright State University online catalog is updated regularly, for program requirements you should always see your advisor (undergraduate students) or your program director (graduate students).