Master of Science (MS) in Supply Chain Management and Logistics

Master's in Supply Chain Management Career Advancement and Job Placement

LeBow offers post-graduation support for our MS in Supply Chain Management and Logistics students and graduates through Graduate Career Services. Our career services team will help them explore their career options throughout their program and beyond.

Drexel LeBow MS in Supply Chain Management and Logistics Graduate Landings

Below is a list of some recent employers who have hired graduates of the Drexel LeBow MS in Supply Chain Management and Logistics program or hired interns enrolled in the program:

  • Bird
  • Micron Technology
  • Modspace
  • Pulse Secure
  • QVC
  • Stryker
  • Verif-y
  • Ziggy Snack Foods

Skills Acquired with an MS in Supply Chain Management

The Drexel LeBow Master’s of Science degree in Supply Chain Management prepares students to coordinate logistics and operations management in a wide range of settings. The skills learned in this program can be applied to a wide range of jobs in various industries. Those skills include:

  • Decision making
  • Process optimization
  • Process analysis
  • Data Analysis
  • ERP knowledge
  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Leadership

Job Placement Industries

Graduates with a master’s degree in Supply Chain Management find careers working in many of the following industries:

  • Consulting
  • eCommerce
  • Retail
  • Manufacturing
  • Healthcare
  • Retail
  • Shipping
  • Transportation and logistics

Job Titles & Average Salary

Positions graduates can pursue with a master’s degree in Supply Chain Management and Logistics include:

  • Forecasting & Business Planning Analyst, Average Salary: $59,460
  • Global Supply Chain Analyst, Average Salary: $60,028
  • Strategic Category Analyst, Average Salary: $63,741

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