Master of Supply Chain Management
Supply chains are the lifeblood of business. They connect industries, transform ideas into products and sustain marketplaces. Organizations around the world rely on supply chain management to inform their decisions and drive their strategy. More than ever, this critical field needs professionals who possess the technical expertise and cross-functional business skills to understand every link in the chain — from inception to the consumer.
The online Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) degree at The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business is meeting this need head-on. The supply chain management master's program builds and refines valuable supply chain skills through a flexible curriculum that combines online coursework with hands-on learning experiences. The result is a new generation of supply chain professionals equipped to put the latest theory into practice immediately.
Core classes are split evenly between synchronous (live) and asynchronous (self-paced) instruction and taught by premier faculty utilizing the latest technology and online teaching spaces on campus.
Campus Requirements: 100% of classes are online
Application Requirements: We’re looking for MSCM candidates who are early-to-mid career in any business function and are looking for a top-notch supply chain education to advance their career.
Credit Hours Required: 33
Total Cost for Part-Time Student (6 semesters): $41,008.50 for Ohio Residents, $42,208.50 for Non-Residents and International Students