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Master of Supply Chain Management

The Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program at the University of Washington Foster School of Business is a one-year, work-compatible, accelerated master’s program designed for aspiring leaders in the supply chain field. Classes are held in-person at our Seattle campus Monday and Wednesday evenings and five to six Saturdays per quarter, giving you the flexibility to work full time if you choose. MSCM is a STEM program.

Program overview

Start date: June 19, 2017
Program duration: 12
Credits: 44
Tuition: $38,00

Application deadline: January 15
Program Type: Full-time–weeknights and some Saturdays
Class Type: Cohort-based, in-person
Course Sequence: Lock-step

Master of Supply Chain Management curriculum

The MSCM program blends supply chain concepts like sourcing, forecasting and global supply chain logistics with cross-functional business acumen and hands-on, industry experience. Visit the curriculum page for the class schedule and detailed course information.

Student experience

The MSCM program offers a myriad of ways for students to interact with the supply chain community in Seattle. Explore these opportunities on the student experience page.

Career growth

Studies show that supply chain professionals with a master’s degree earn 25 percent more than those with bachelor’s degrees. Read more about career growth and support on the career information page.

Sound like the right fit?

Review the admissions page to get started on your application.

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