Fast track your career in one year with the work-compatible Master of Supply Chain Management program from the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington.
Taught by world-class faculty, each course is designed to fit into one of three categories: supply chain, business management, and industry. In addition to coursework, students will also attend supply chain seminars led by industry leaders and work with local companies to develop solutions to real-world supply chain problems. Learn more on the curriculum page.
Evening and Saturday classes
Classes are held in-person at our Seattle campus Monday and Wednesday evenings and five to six Saturdays per quarter. This gives students the flexibility to work full time if they choose. Read more on the course page.
Return on investment
A recent salary survey from the Institute for Supply Management found that education is a major factor when it comes to salary. Supply chain professionals with a master’s degree earn 25 percent more than those with bachelor’s degrees. Read about tuition and fees and financing your MSCM.
The supply chain management industry is filled with many lucrative opportunities, especially in the greater Seattle-area. In fact, industry insiders expect an additional 1.4 million supply chain jobs by 2018. Read more on our career information page.