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Master of Supply Chain Management

Why study supply chain management? Comprising 37% of all jobs and 87% of patents, the supply chain is where companies are focusing on innovation and vying for competitive advantage (e.g. local Seattle icon Amazon). Our master’s degree in supply chain management equips you to thrive in increasingly complex and interconnected operational environments.

The Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program at the University of Washington Foster School of Business is a one-year program that blends end-to-end supply chain concepts like strategic sourcing and channel management with big data analytics, cross-functional business knowledge, and hands-on, industry experience.

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Important MSCM Dates

  • Application deadline: January 15, 2019
  • Receive notification admission decision: Early February
  • First day of class: June 24, 2019
  • Graduation: June 10, 2020

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The Master of Supply Chain Management experience

With a curriculum that enables you to apply theory to practice and access to esteemed Foster faculty, industry leaders, and fellow supply chain professionals, you will graduate this program with the knowledge and the network needed to succeed in business. MSCM 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. Foster’s Master of Supply Chain Management degree is a STEM program.

 

Watch the video above to see why industry leaders say Foster’s Master of Supply Chain Management program is “best in class”.

Class of 2019 MSCM Profile

45Class Size
Industry mix
5.46average years professional work experience
49%degree other than business
13%UW alum (non-foster)
7%Foster alum

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