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Expand Your Career Opportunities with Webster's Master's in Supply Chain Management

The complexity of business operations and the importance of supply chain management to our global economy has brought more attention to how companies operate domestically and across borders. Supply chain management plays an integral role for how companies operate, grow and meet customer needs and expectations. Countless industries have a supply chain-utilizing infrastructure in order to deliver the right product, at the right time, at the right price, at the right place. 

This program will expose students to domestic and global business operations across multiple supply chain management disciplines, including real-world examples. The diversity of the courses provides varied learning opportunities across the disciplines, preparing students to advance in their professional endeavors and lead teams and organizations of various sizes. The curriculum includes preparing students for the CSCMP SC Pro Level 1 exam, a globally known certification popular among supply chain professionals.

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Choose Webster for a Master’s Degree in Supply Chain Management

Collaborate With Professors and Peers

Small online classes in our MS in Supply Chain Management program offer opportunities for you to work closely with your peers on practical projects and concepts. You can also enjoy personalized learning with our esteemed faculty.

Offset Costs When You Qualify for Scholarships

If you are a current Webster undergraduate and continue your Webster journey in our Supply Chain Management program, you could be eligible for our Grad-to-Grad scholarship program — worth up to $2,000. If you’re active military, a veteran or first responder, you can qualify for scholarship opportunities made possible by Webster to help you pay for your Supply Chain Management degree.

Expand Your Professional Network

Leverage Webster’s relationships and collaborations with more than 100 multinational, regional and local organizations. Take advantage of professional networking events and other interactive opportunities to make connections that can boost your career options. Choose from over 40 campus organizations to take part in learning experiences and networking opportunities. You’ll connect with students and professionals of all disciplines, including supply chain management, through events held in person and online.

What Can You Do with a Master’s in Supply Chain Management Degree?

When you earn a graduate Supply Chain Management degree, you master advanced skills and knowledge that will set you apart from others who hold a bachelor’s degree. Additionally, if you are interested in theory and research, earning a graduate degree can lead to careers in academia and consultation that require expert knowledge and sophisticated research strategies. Graduates of our Supply Chain Management MS program are especially suited to pursue careers as:

  • Procurement Manager
  • Global Sourcing Manager
  • Logistics Manager
  • Strategic Sourcing Manager
  • Supply Chain Analyst
  • Lean Six Sigma Specialist
  • Transportation Manager

Salaries for Master's in Supply Chain Management Graduates

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median salary for the general field of logisticians is $77,520 a year. The demand for logistics professionals is expected to increase by 30% over the next decade, more than three times the average growth for all occupations. Additionally, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) reports that supply chain professionals earn on average $144,017.

Get Started on Your Master's in Supply Chain Management

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