The implementation of evolving technologies such as additive manufacturing, IoT, Blockchain, and Industry 4.0 requires supply chain specialists who possess both a strong business and a strong technical background.
Introducing the MS in Supply Chain Management/MS in Industrial Engineering, a joint-degree program from the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and Swanson School of Engineering that combines quantitative and analytical engineering coursework with coursework in business topics.
Develop deep expertise in operations management, and earn two degrees in only slightly more time than it takes to earn one, completing a minimum of 48 credits. You will be expected to complete the program in four terms, taking 12 credits per term; however, tuition will cover up to 15 credits per term, providing you with more flexibility to customize your academic experience.
Students interested in submitting a competitive application for the MS in Supply Chain Management/MS in Industrial Engineering program should have a 3.0 GPA and at least a 600 on the GMAT exam. International applicants must have at least a score of 100 on TOEFL or 7 or higher on the IELTS. No prior work experience or prerequiste courses are required.
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