Master in Supply Chain Management

About the Program

Are you looking for our region’s first graduate program in supply chain management? Do you need a comprehensive understanding of the entire supply network? Are you a professional with a bachelor’s degree and at least three years of work experience in business?  Do you expect your graduate program to equip you not only with essential knowledge and skills, but also with a powerful professional network? Recent Elmhurst SCM cohorts included seven vice presidents and about 25 directors of corporations.

If you answered “yes” to most of these questions, you owe it to yourself to learn more about our master’s in supply chain management.

What You'll Learn

  • Benefit from the Chicago area's first graduate program in supply chain management.  
  • Learn indispensable strategies for firms seeking to compete in the new global marketplace.    
  • Develop essential skills for the business professional: team building, information technology, analytical thinking, decision making, ethics, communication, negotiation, working in diverse environments. 
  • Master both leading-edge business theories and their practical, real-world applications. 
  • Study with leading professionals in the industry and build a great new professional support network. 

A Flexible Format
This is a part-time, on-campus program entailing 22 courses and a final project over a 21-month period. You'll attend classes one evening per week during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Students attend classes twice a week during the month long January semester. Students may apply to this program for the Fall Term only. You can complete the program in 21 months. 

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