Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

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A Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (abbreviated SCM or MSSCM) is a type of postgraduate academic master's degree awarded by universities in many countries. This degree is typically studied for in Supply Chain Management and Logistics.

Curriculum Structure[edit]

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is a one to three years Master Degree, depending on the program, some may even start with two-year preparation classes and covers various areas of Supply chain management.

Topics of study may include:

Institutions with MS Supply Chain Management Degree Programs[edit]

According to the 2013/2014 Eduniversal's Best Masters Ranking, the follow institutions ranked best with their SCM-related Master's programs:[1]

  1. Erasmus University Rotterdam
  2. Vienna University of Economics and Business
  3. KEDGE Business School
  4. Purdue University
  5. Copenhagen Business School
  6. Università Bocconi
  7. ESSEC Business School
  8. HEC Montreal - Business School / University of Montreal
  9. Maastricht University
  10. University of British Columbia

Here is a list of other institutions that have a Masters of Science in Supply Chain Management Degree Program:

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  2. ^ "Masters in Supply Chain Management". Florida Institute of Technology. 
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  8. ^ Supply Chain Management Education UTD
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