Supply Chain Management
Learn to apply security principles to the end-to-end flow of products in the Supply Chain Management master’s concentration. Explore the wide range of security vulnerabilities generated by complex integration of industries and technologies that make up product supply chains, and learn to protect against those risks. Through hands-on learning with current leaders in the field, you’ll develop the skills to deliver materials efficiently and safely.
Looking to build more in-depth knowledge about supply chain? See our MS in Supply Chain Management.
At a Glance
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Skills You'll Learn
Apply the six pillars of supply chain management to real-world issues
Analyze and develop secure systems for distributing a variety of products
Use cutting-edge technology to manage processes
Master of Science in Security Management with a concentration in Supply Chain Management requires completion of 48 credit hours (12 courses).
All students are required to complete a zero-credit Student Success Course.
Elective courses may be chosen from among non core and concentration courses in the Security Management program, and you may also select courses in other University College graduate programs.
Your academic advisor will help you select electives that align with your career and personal goals.
Plan out your schedule and determine your preferred timeline for completing your master's degree—finish in as few as 18 months or take up to five years.
Interested in a graduate certificate?
Explore our four and six course graduate certificates in Supply Chain Management.
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Predicted outcomes for graduates of Supply Chain Management
Harvard Business Review found U.S. supply chain employs 37% of the workforce and over 40 million people. These supply chain jobs have higher than average salaries and contribute to much of the innovative activity in the economy.
Due to the complexity of globalization, outsourcing, and offshoring, supply chain professionals are needed to help organizations optimize costs and keep profit margins up.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for logisticians is expected to grow 30% through 2030, incredibly faster than the average profession. Employment for logisticians is expected to increase as organizations need to move products more efficiently, solve problems, and identify areas for enhancement.
Supply Chain Manager Salary: National Average
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