U-M Offers Master's Program In SCM

May 11, 2007
Courses include Strategic Sourcing and Supply Chain Analytics.

The University of Michigan's Stephen M. Ross School of Business will begin offering a Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program beginning January 2008. The admission deadline for the inaugural class is Aug. 1, 2007.

The 30-credit-hour, 12-month MSCM program will grant admission for a winter-term start only. Courses include Manufacturing and Supply Operations, Supply Chain Analytics, Logistics, Strategic Sourcing, Project Management, IT for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and several electives and projects courses in operations management and other business disciplines.

Admission to the program is open to graduates of accredited colleges and universities. More information about the program can be found at www.bus.umich.edu/mscm.

See Also

Popular Sponsored Recommendations

From Beast to Beauty: Transforming Analytics to Drive Business Forward

July 23, 2023
In this whitepaper, we look at how to turn a “beast” of analytics into a “beauty” that drives business forward.

7 Benefits of Adopting Smart Manufacturing

July 2, 2023
Make smart manufacturing a reality.

How to Build Zero-Cost On-Site Solar and Storage Projects

Nov. 25, 2023
The Inflation Reduction Act offers tax credits, incentives, and financing that enable no-cost projects. In Enel’s eBook, discover the critical role that incentives play in your...

Are You Positioned To Tackle Supply Chain Risk?

Sept. 20, 2023
Supply chain disruption is here to stay, but you can keep ahead of potential issues — and identify new opportunities — by regularly assessing your suppliers. Download our supplier...

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of IndustryWeek, create an account today!