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Supply Chain Management, M.S.

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NY State Program Code: 37862
HEGIS Code: 0506.00
CIP Code: 52.1301
(Minimum number of credits: 30)

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is a leading-edge degree program that presents a best practice approach for managing business operations. The program is an integrative approach to managing supply chain activities including suppliers, purchasing, inventory control, production, scheduling, transportation, informatics, and customer service. Effective management of the supply chain improves quality, productivity, and customer service which results in competitive advantage and sustainability for organizations involved in healthcare, retailing, technology, innovative manufacturing, insurance, financial services and other enterprises. The program entails 30-36 credits of coursework.

Foundation Courses

Foundation core courses may be waived based on prior coursework

(6 credits)

Recommended Elective Course


  • Credits: 3.00
  • *Given the evolution of careers in the Supply Chain field, we recommend that Management and Marketing students take Corporate Finance I (0209-630),  If students take Corporate Finance I they take 9 credits instead of 12 credits of electives.
    **If a student has waived or taken any of these electives, they are not permitted to use the course for this degree.

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