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Full-Length Information Session

Learn how you’ll gain a business edge with courses in key disciplines that interact with the supply chain function in an organization. Dive deep into core supply chain concepts, frameworks, technologies, and current trends. Expand your network. Learn from leaders and gain insights into real-world supply chain challenges and connect classroom concepts to real-world scenarios.

In this information session, we’ll cover topics like the Foster School of Business community, what makes our MSCM program stand out, and how and when to apply.

Click on each drop-down below for videos on specific topics:

Program Overview

We arm early and mid-career professionals with the tools and connections you need to get to the next level within a year, and do it during evenings and weekends so you don’t skip a beat at work. When you join our career-catalyzing program, you’ll rub shoulders with Seattle’s international supply chain giants and gain insights from Foster’s top-ranked faculty. By graduation you’ll be fluent in cutting-edge supply chain strategies; gaining recognition and influence at work while driving innovation in the field.

MSCM Curriculum

In just one year, MSCM’s meticulously curated curriculum will give you the technical and analytical skillsets you need to design, coordinate, and manage supply chains, while developing your strategic thinking and leadership acumen. This versatile combination of skills is put into practice through hands-on projects with iconic Seattle companies. Hyper-relevant, immediately applicable course material means applying what you learn tonight in the classroom into your professional job tomorrow.

The Foster Student Experience

Join a community focused on diversity, support, and networking. We have a community that you don’t get at other business schools. Our students bring experiences and insights from across the globe and a variety of industries.

Admissions and Program Fees

We cover the required application materials, fees, and program cost, and the process to apply to the MSCM program for the 2024 intake.