The VCU School of Business 12-month Master of Supply Chain Management educates professionals from the corporate and military sectors to advance their careers and contribute to the fast-growing field of global logistics management.
The Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program is a graduate degree program that provides special emphasis on innovation, critical thinking and supply chain management practice. The program coursework provides foundational knowledge of established and emerging supply chain practices, methodological approaches for analyzing supply chain problems and opportunities. Leveraged expertise in innovation from the VCU daVinci Center cultivates creative solutions in managing supply chains. The 30-credit hour program includes an Applied Research Project, where the students will address real-world problems and opportunities with local firms and various governmental agencies within the Department of Defense.
With the VCU School of Business located in the heart of downtown Richmond, there are opportunities for students to visit local logistics and production facilities at firms such as Altria, Amazon, and MeadWestvaco. The greater Richmond area is a dynamic and growing region that is ideal for the study of supply chain management and logistics, where two-thirds of the U.S. population is located within 750 miles, and is connected to the world by international airports and seaports.
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Program Curriculum Summary Sheet: MSCM [PDF]