The MS in Supply Chain Management and Logistics is currently enrolling for Summer and Fall 2020.
The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management and Logistics degree program at Drexel LeBow prepares students to manage the flow of products and services in a global business environment. Through engaging course discussions, project-based learning and exposure to industry leaders, students are equipped with techniques and skills to help organizations become more efficient and effective along their supply chains.
Master’s in Supply Chain Management and Logistics students have the opportunity to take courses in analytics and management to position themselves for multifaceted supply chain roles. Students learn about the application of disruptive technologies within supply chains through LeBow’s SAP Next-Gen Lab and competitions that are held in collaboration with industry supply chain leaders.
This program is delivered by the department of Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems.
Why Pursue a Master’s in Supply Chain Management and Logistics?
The flow of products and services is a dynamic, expanding ecosystem requiring professionals who can lead the transformation of supply chains. From operations and transportation to manufacturing and services, more and more companies are prioritizing and growing a supply chain workforce.
Master’s in Supply Chain Management and Logistics: Plan of Study and Course Requirements
All students in the program are required to complete courses related to various areas of supply chain management, including analytics, decision making and logistics. Students have the opportunity to choose one of the following program tracks:
Industry Professional Track: This track prepares students for supply chain managerial roles within corporations. Interaction and collaboration with organizations through the Dornsife Office for Experiential Learning provides opportunities to engage with supply chain leaders across industries.
Research Track: This track explores the theoretical foundations of supply chains and prepares students for doctoral studies in operations. Research seminars offered through the Department of Decision Sciences and MIS provide additional academic perspective from visiting practitioners and faculty from institutions across the U.S.
Program Details and Delivery
- The program is delivered on campus
- Full-time program can be completed in 18 months
- Part-time program can be completed in as little as 24 months
- Classes begin summer and fall term
- This is an official STEM-Designated Degree Program
Graduate Minors that Complement the Master’s in Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Students have the opportunity to pursue a graduate minor as part of their program. Recommended areas of study that complement supply chain proficiencies include Business Analytics Management, Digital Supply Chain, Finance and Computer Science.
Students pursuing an MBA have the opportunity to accompany the program’s broader business perspective with an in-depth study of operations through a graduate minor in operations research.
A full list of optional graduate minors can be found in the Drexel Course Catalog.
Master’s in Supply Chain Management and Logistics Admission Requirements
If you want to learn more about Drexel LeBow’s Master of Science in Supply Chain Management and Logistics program, you can attend an information session or request additional information. Ready to apply? Use our online application form to get started!