Managing the supply chain has become critical today for most businesses as they try to optimize supply chains that are disaggregated and spread out in various locations and require interactions with multiple suppliers throughout the world.
A specialized program in supply chain management is necessary for those seeking entry into jobs that require skills in logistics, sourcing and other related topics. Graduate students in our Master of Science in Supply Chain Management will be able to meet the growing demand in this area by learning the critical skills for managing the supply chain.
Why should I enroll in Adelphi’s M.S. in Supply Chain Management?
Designed with the full-time student and the working professional in mind, the M.S. in Supply Chain Management program is:
What will I study in Supply Chain Management?
The M.S. in Supply Chain Management has four components, including foundation core courses, supply chain core courses, elective courses and a capstone course. The program entails 30-36 credits of coursework in the following areas:
*Foundation Core Courses (Mathematics for Managers and Statistical Methods) may be waived based on prior educational background.
Who are the Supply Chain Management faculty?
Our faculty members are talented, successful individuals who integrate knowledge, experience, and real-world application into the lessons that make up our curriculum. They are well-respected thought leaders with specialized industry knowledge, and they inspire students through their instruction, mentoring, and real-world focus.
What will The Program cost?
Tuition in the M.S. in Supply Chain Management program is $1,165 per credit.
University and Technology Fees (per semester):
|12 or more credits||$675|
How do I apply to the M.S. in Supply Chain Management?
In addition to a completed application for graduate admission and application fee, applicants must submit: