MS in Supply Chain and Operations Management/MBA

Admission Requirements

Applicants must meet the admission criteria of both programs and are admitted separately to each through separate applications.

Degree Requirements

In addition to the Graduate College minimum requirements, students must meet the following program requirements:

  • Minimum Semester Hours Required 70.
  • Course Work Depending on their background, students may be required to take additional technical, business, and other background courses as part of the MS/MBA requirements.
Required Courses and Capstone for the MS in Supply Chain and Operations Management (16 hours)
Data and Prescriptive Analytics
Introduction to Operations Management
Supply Chain Management
Applied Supply Chain Strategy and Practice
Required Courses and Capstone for the MBA (26 hours)
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Microeconomics for Business Decisions
Introduction to Corporate Finance
Introduction to Operations Management
Enterprise Strategy
Organizational Behavior
Introduction to Marketing
Electives for the MS in Supply Chain and Operations Management (16 hours)
Select 16 hours from among the following supply chain and operations electives. Based on the student's background and interests, other related courses may be taken with the advice and approval of the director of graduate studies.
Enterprise Operations and Supply Chain Systems
Supply Chain Management: Sourcing and Procurement
Project Management
Vendor Management
Global Sourcing and Logistics
Operations Management in the Service Sector
Supply Chain Analytics and Decision Models
Revenue Management
Statistical Quality Control and Assurance
Special Topics in Information and Decision Sciences
Independent Study in Information and Decision Sciences
Electives for the MBA (12 hours)
Select at least 12 semester hours of 500-level courses from a discipline other than Supply Chain and Operations, dedicated to completing the requirements for a concentration in one of the following options: Accounting, Business Analytics, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems, Real Estate, or Self-Directed.