Global Supply Chain Management, M.S.
Global supply chain management focuses on how businesses facilitate an international flow of raw materials, products and services, information, and financial capital while keeping logistics simple and costs low. If your work involves purchasing, manufacturing, transportation, or consulting, you can further your career with a Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management.
As a student in the Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management program, you complete 30 credit hours of course work, including an intense orientation week on the Bloomington campus.
You study the business processes that sustain today's global supply chain, and you learn how to use technology to manage that flow.
The program offers you the option of adding an M.B.A. for a dual degree that you can complete in less time than it would take to pursue the M.S. and M.B.A. independently.
When you graduate, you will understand how global supply chain processes affect business strategy and be prepared to make decisions contributing to an organization's success.