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Master of Supply Chain Management Consulting Projects

Sponsor a team of four to five Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) students to help your company tackle supply chain and other operational issues. Utilizing the knowledge and skills acquired in the MSCM program along with their previous work experience, MSCM students can effectively analyze data and build decision models. Students will address challenges in sourcing, procurement, conversion, and logistics management processes needed to efficiently manage the flow of goods and services. At the end of the project, students will provide actionable recommendations to improve your business.

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Please send your completed applications to [email protected] and [email protected] by January 13, 2023.

2023 Project timeline

Project activity Dates
Application deadline for sponsor companies January 13
Introduce projects to students at Sponsor/Student Reception* Mon., February 6th, 6:00-7:30 PM
*Sponsors advised of team assignment By March 3
Project Kick-off
Working dinner on campus with student teams*
March 27
Project research. Weekly check-in with Sponsors March 28 – May 26
Final presentations at sponsor office* May 26 – June 9

*Depending on Covid-19 guidelines, these events may take place virtually

Project Fee

$3,750 – Payable upon project completion

Company testimonial: Alaska Airlines

Ann Ardizzone

Alaska Airlines brings in supply chain students to participate with projects, a tremendous source of talent. It gives you an opportunity to see candidates that might be a great fit for your company. I can’t think of a better way of building a pipeline of talent.
Ann ArdizzoneVP Supply Chain, Alaska Airlines and MSCM Advisory Board member











Contact us

Apurva JainApurva Jain
Associate Professor of Operations Management
Faculty Director, MSCM Consulting Projects
[email protected]



Sara JonesSara Jones
Program Director, Master of Supply Chain Management
PACCAR Hall 562
[email protected]



Gordon NeumillerGordon Neumiller
Director, Master of Supply Chain Management Consulting Projects
[email protected]




*We sometimes have more applications than teams but are usually able to offer alternative
resources to meet the goals of the project.