MS Supply Chain Management

Explore supply chain management principles and how to implement strategies that boost profitability.

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Our Master of Science in Supply Chain Management provides real-world knowledge and a deeper understanding of SCM’s inner workings, from point of origin to point of purchase. Through the specialized curriculum, you will build a foundation that can be used when preparing for SCM industry certification exams. This 100% online program is designed for professionals who want to be competitive in areas such as purchasing, manufacturing, transportation and consulting.

What You'll Learn

Our MS in Supply Chain Management provides an overview of fundamental business applications, as well as specialized knowledge in managing the flow of materials, developing logistics strategies, merging transportation policies with production and marketing tactics, and global supply chain analysis and planning. You will learn how to design and manage an effective supply chain, understand and apply supply chain analytics, and conduct demand forecasting, aggregate planning, and sales and operations planning. See sample curriculum here. Find textbooks and materials required for each specific term.


Florida Institute of Technology is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate’s, baccalaureate, master’s, education specialist and doctoral degrees.


Organizations in virtually every industry use supply chains in their daily operations, including military, government, retail, finance, transportation and telecommunications. As a graduate of this degree program, you’ll be prepared to pursue a variety of upper-level supply chain management positions, including director of supply chain operations, senior SCM analyst, director of purchasing, logistics management analyst, and transportation manager.

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