MS in Supply Chain Management and Business Analytics (STEM)

This STEM-designated program combines broad supply chain knowledge in sourcing, logistics, planning, process improvement, inventory, and pricing with in-depth business analytics skills in data analysis, data mining, data programming, and database management. Streamline process, manage risk, and deliver results in today's global business environment.

The program has a strong interdisciplinary flavor, letting students select from a wide range of electives that relate to everything from information technology, to accounting, to strategy. Students will also be able to use data as a strategic asset to make better decisions and drive results.

Basic Requirements

Students interested in submitting a competitive application for the MS in Supply Chain Management program should have a 3.0 GPA and at least a 600 on the GMAT exam. International applicants must also have at least a score of 100 on TOEFL or 7 or Higher on the IELTS. No prior work experience or prerequisite courses are required. 

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Prakash Mirchandani

Faculty Director

Prakash Mirchandani
Professor of Business Administration
Director of the Center for Supply Chain Management