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Master of Science in Supply Chain Management | Academics & Learning

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Regardless of your background, our faculty advisor will help you select the program and courses to best meet your specific career and education goals. With evening classes, there’s no need to put your career on pause. You set the pace of your courses to best meet your needs. 

 

 

MS in Supply Chain Management Curriculum

The MS SCM degree is designed to provide you the flexibility to create a unique and personalized learning experience. Working one-on-one with a faculty advisor, you will create a plan of study that best meets your individual and professional needs. For example, students with little business background or supply chain experience might take more foundational business and supply chain courses while students with significant experience may opt for more specialization in areas such as analytics, purchasing, operations, or process management.

Core Courses (3 hrs.) Hours
INSC 60600 Concepts in SCM 1.5 
INSC 70150 Leading Supply Chains 1.5
Capstone Courses (6 hrs.)  
INSC 70793 Global SC Experience 3
INSC 70693 Integrative Field Study 3
Elective Courses (21 hrs.)
  Electives 21
Total 30
Certificate in Supply Chain Management

The Certificate in Supply Chain Management requires the completion of 9 credit hours, or 12 hours if a global emphasis is desired.

  • Required Course: INSC 60600 Supply Chain Concepts (1.5 hours)
    • Electives (7.5 hours to be selected from approved supply chain course offerings)
    • INSC 70793 Global experience (Global emphasis option – 3 hours)
Course Descriptions

Neeley MS SCM courses are frequently updated to reflect the innovation, information and technology that drive business forward. Consult our online catalog of courses by clicking the link below.

Accounting Courses

Business Courses

Finance Courses

Info Systems & Supply Chain Courses

Management Courses

Marketing Courses

Exceptional Faculty

tcu animated logosAt Neeley, you will learn from respected, experienced scholars. Many are sought-after business consultants, sit on corporate boards, have owned their own businesses or have held influential positions with leading companies. Most importantly, they are teachers. Talented educators who help you discover new ways of looking at business, the world and yourself. Click here to take a look at the Supply and Value Chain Faculty.

Global Supply Chain Experience
The Global Supply Chain Experience includes business visits, meetings with government and economic development officials, and cultural experiences designed to enhance your appreciation for the opportunities and challenges of the global business environment. Click here for more information.
Integrative Field Project
This project-oriented course provides the opportunity for you to integrate and apply everything you have learned in the MS SCM curricula, while creating value for your company.  With help from a faculty mentor, you will identify a field study opportunity, define the scope of a research/problem solving project, execute the project, and report on solution value and lessons learned.  In doing so, you will apply and reinforce content knowledge gained from the other MS SCM courses, and supplement knowledge with in-depth learning in areas pertinent to the identified project scope.  Progress toward these outcomes will be assessed via project progress reports and a final written report and presentation.
Center for Supply Chain Innovation

Since 2001, the Center for Supply Chain Innovation in the TCU Neeley School of Business has built an outstanding reputation for helping TCU students and supply chain professionals meet the demand for highly trained, broad-thinking supply chain managers. The Center is the nexus that brings faculty members, students, and the business community together. We are shaping the future of supply chain innovation as a premier source of talent and thought leadership. We bring together TCU students with renowned faculty and business experts to develop and promote innovative, end-to-end supply chain practices to improve global business capabilities.

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