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MS in Supply Chain Management

Immerse yourself in one of business’ most exciting and growing fields. Earn your one-year Master of Science-Business: Supply Chain Management degree at the Wisconsin School of Business.

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Get Ready for a Dynamic Career in Supply Chain—in Only One Year

Build job-ready skills

Gain in-demand tools in operations, analytics, information systems, manufacturing, logistics, marketing, and risk management.

UW’s renowned expertise

Learn from the experts at the School’s dedicated supply chain knowledge center—the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management.

STEM advantage

Get a cross-functional perspective on business and technology with this STEM-designated program.

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Curriculum

  • Two semesters
  • International exchange and global trip opportunities
  • Multidisciplinary approach
  • Networking with industry leaders
  • Personalized career coaching
  • Experiential learning projects
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Career Opportunities

The demand for supply chain management professionals exceeds the current supply. Companies like Amazon, Intel, Google, and Target need individuals with supply chain degrees and expertise.

Common job titles for graduates with this degree

Global Strategic Sourcing Analyst
Inventory Analyst
Operations Area Manager
Procurement Analyst
Supply Chain Analyst
Commodity Manager
Program Manager

Companies that hire supply chain professionals

3M
Amazon
The Boeing Company
BP
Ford Motor Company
Kohl’s
Target

The Business Badger Community Advantage

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  • Learn from and alongside a close and collaborative group of supply chain students.
  • Build connections with industry leaders through speaker series, Grainger Center alumni board discussions, seminars, and consulting projects.
“The Grainger Center is a real community, not just an academic community. I interacted with people from India, China and Germany. I now have a network of supply chain professionals in these really amazing positions. I think that’s really going to help me later in my career. I can tap into that.”
Amanda Miller (MS ’21)

Admissions

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Requirements & tuition

Learn about the admissions process and tuition for the MS in Supply Chain Management.

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Admissions events

Strategize your application with our experienced admissions team at one of our admissions events.

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Why Supply Chain Management at Wisconsin?

Jake Dean, director of the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management, along with alumnus and GE Transportation’s Scott Hughes discuss supply chain’s essential place in business.

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