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MS in Supply Chain Management with STEM-Designation

Learn the latest strategies to solve industry’s most complex logistical challenges. Our graduate supply chain management program takes an integrative approach to manage supply chain activities.

Effective management of a company’s global resources requires refined skills in logistics, sourcing, production and customer service. Drawing on cutting-edge technology, our MS in Supply Chain Management with STEM-Designation will prepare you to meet the growing demand in this exciting field.

Why Enroll?

  • “I am amazed at how interlinked my job responsibilities as a supply chain planner have been with the courses at Adelphi. The professors have equipped me with the skills, tools and knowledge needed in managing inventory. I feel confident in using the principles I have learned at Adelphi to solve problems and make recommendations to executive leaders.”

    Luisa Quintero, MS ’19
    BAE Systems

What Will I Study?

The program consists of the following components, covering 30 to 36 credits of coursework: 

  • Sourcing strategies
  • Logistics
  • Business analytics
  • Supply chain management
  • Operations management
  • Electives (12 credits)
  • Capstone project (3 credits)
» Course Requirements

Who Are the Faculty?

Willumstad’s faculty members are world-class professionals who will inspire you. They bring specialized knowledge and real-world experience to our curriculum, acting as mentors and providing personal attention in our small classes.

» Meet our decision sciences faculty

What’s the Cost?

Tuition information may be obtained from our Student Financial Services webpage.

Apply to our STEM-Designated MS in Supply Chain Management Program

We’ll guide you every step of the way. Submit the following:

  • A completed application for graduate admission and fee
  • An official undergraduate transcript
  • Proof of a bachelor’s degree earned at an accredited four-year institution
  • Results from the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), taken within five years (test information and an application is at or
  • A 500-word typed essay telling us why you are applying to the program
  • A letter of recommendation from an academic or professional source
  • Your résumé

International Applicants
Please view our additional application requirements for international graduate students.

Adelphi Students Registered in Other Programs
Graduate students officially registered in other divisions of the University may register for course work within the Robert B. Willumstad School of Business only if written permission from the appropriate dean, adviser or chair is presented at registration. It must indicate that the course work taken within the School of Business will count toward degree requirements in the corresponding program. Students registering on a continuing basis under this classification will be considered visiting students.

Visiting Students
Graduate students officially registered in a business degree program at another accredited university may register for course work within the Willumstad School of Business if written permission from their appropriate dean, chair or program director is presented at registration.

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For further information, please contact:

Britt’ny Brown
Director of Graduate Programs 
Hagedorn Hall, Room 121
p – 516.877.4605
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Tara Gercke
Graduate Student Advisor
Hagedorn Hall, Room 116 
p – 516.877.4640
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