About the Program
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Supply Chain Management and Information Systems are currently high demand and high pay positions. WSU offers one year Masters Degrees in Information Systems and in Logistics and Supply Chain Management to help advance your career. Programs are fully AACSB International accredited and consist of 4 weekend residencies, and online study.
The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program is designed to provide students with the graduate education that will enhance their leadership careers in the field of logistics and supply chain management.
The program aims to enable students to craft technology-rich supply chain architectures, instill rapid innovation into supply chain design, efficiently manage the supply base, align partners through trust and common values, and create the right metrics for supply chain networks.
The MS program is a one-year, 33-credit hour, lockstep, cohort-based program. The program blends three intensive physical in-class residencies with five online e-learning segments. The in-class residencies are scheduled between the e-learning segments and include case studies, leadership lectures, breakout sessions, and simulation assignments. E-learning segments add learning activities such as interactive cases, pedagogical discussions, and proprietary teaching material built by global subject matter experts.
The program consists of nine courses (3 credit hours each) and one capstone project (6 credit hours).
When applying online, please send your email to Dr. Valerie Stueland, Director at email@example.com so we may follow up on your application.
- Final projects average $1M in savings for IS and $5M for supply chain masters programs - Read the full story "Lightning Strikes at Wright State for Air Force, Businesses"
Why a Degree in MLSCM?
Now more than ever, success in most businesses depends on the successful management of Supply Chain Operations. Consider what happens when supply chains fail to deliver and stockouts occur in retail stores. Research shows that retailers can lose nearly half of intended purchases when customers encounter stockouts.
Organizations such as Wal-Mart, Sony, Dell, SUN Microsystems, and DaimlerChrysler depend on their supply chain systems to deliver the right products at the right time. These companies succeed with:
- Crafting customized supply chain architectures: Designing supply chains for delivery cost savings, speed, and managing business transitions
- Leveraging innovation: Leaders in supply chain management apply new technology and new process thinking to great advantage
- Managing the supply base: Flexible sourcing, supplier integration, and part management
- Aligning supply chain partners: Building efficiencies through trust, common values, and goals
- Implementing optimal measurement and controls: Creating the right metrics for operations based on appropriate incentives and penalties
A comprehensive program of study is required for students to succeed in these areas. Professionals in logistics and supply chain management will find this program to be focused, balanced, and practical. Our orientation of balancing theory development with field expertise will allow participants to develop a unique skill set that is unmatched.
|Amy Luke||2005||International Trucking||Sourcing Strategy|
|Jim Mehrl||2005||LUK Automotive Systems||Luk Automotive Systems North American Regional Packaging Center|
|Robert Blakey||2005||USAF||Consumable Readiness Spares Package Policies for the United States Airforce|
|Bill Bradley||2005||CDO||RFID in Manufacturing|
|C. Richard Horner||2005||USAF||Improving The Air Force Requirements Determination Process An Analysis|
|Sarah Miller||2005||Nash Finch||Nash Finch Company Retail Weekly Ad CPFR Project|
|Peter Hager||2006||City of Dayton||Logistics & Supply Chain Management Recommendations for City of Dayton Fleet Management|
|Evan Metyk||2005||Supervalu||Operational Advancement through forecasting and Optimization|
|Mary Johnson||2005||US Military||Sub-Component Depot Maintenance Interservice Agreement (DMISA)|
|Michael Werneke||2005||DODAAC||Reengineering The Air Force Department of Defense Activity Address Code Process|
|Ann Wimberly||2005||USAF||A Study of Landing Gear Constraints|
|John P. Bowler||2006||XYZ Corp.||Transistioning from Push to Pull|
|Todd Carnell||2006||Hill-Rom Company||Transforming the Overbed Table Supply Chain|
|Michael Flaker||2006||International Trucking||Forecasting and Demand Management Project|
|Sandra Kalfas||2006||Air Force||Proof of Concept Methodology for Demand Planning of Nonstandard Parts for U. S. Air Force Foreign Military Sales Customers|
|Mark Leffew||2006||VWG||VWG and supply chain management|
|Rosalyn Taylor||2006||Air Force||Determining the Proper Documentation/Tracking For Exportation of Foreign Military Sales Articles|
|Brian Priebe||2006||Hilti||Hilti Reverse Logistics|
|Loren Ross||2006||Air Force||Supply Support to Depot Maintenance AWP Study|
|Bill Wilson||2006||Emerson||Improved Information Connectivity and Visibility throughtout the Global Supply Base|
|Ronald Bingham||2007||Air Force||Commercial Optimization Technology as an Enabler for Applying Advanced Strategic Sourcing and Driving Sustainable Improvements in the Air Force Supply Chain|
|Herbert Anderson||2008||Dayton VA Medical Center||Reverse Logistics at The Dayton VA Medical Center|
|Brian Lautzenheiser||2008||Ohio Army National Guard||The Central Issue Facility of the Ohio Army National Guard|
|Joel Young||2008||The Role of Server Virtualization is Disaster Recovery Strategies|
|Daniel Hogue||2008||Defense Logistics Agency||The Defense Logistics Agency and Business Systems Modernization: Transformation and Distruption in the Supply Chain|
|John Soloman Jatta||2008||Granco Childrens Products||Demand Planning Transformation at Graco Childrens Products|
|Heather Baughman||2008||AEP||AEP Generation Procurement Sourcing Strategy|
|Monica Howard||2008||Air Force||USAF Recruit uniform requirement forecast|
|John M Donnelly||2008||Cycle Counting and Inventory Reduction in Manufacturing|
|William Connar||2008||Emerson||Optimizing E-sourcing at Emerson Climate Technologies|
|Paul Clark||2008||Electric Utility||Analysis & Implementation of Lean Supply Chain Practices in an Electric Utility Organization|
|Claire Bayraktaroglu||2009||Mr. Scott Stradley||Green Supply chain SOLUTIONS for csc’s Electronic waste (e-waste)|
|Glenn Loving||2008||Kettering Health Network||Increasing Patient Safety and Staff Efficiencies through Bar-Coded Unit-Dose Medication and Automated Pharmaceutical Ordering Through a Centralized Network Repackaging Pharmacy|
|Ken Tifft||2008||Kettering Health Network||Develop a Process to Forecast Surgical Supply Usage (Specifically Custom Surgical Packs) to Drive Supply Chain Savings and Increase Quality of Care Provided to Our Patients|
|Randy Wallace||2008||CEVA Logistics||Automating the Shipping Process for Honda Intra-company Parts|
|Chad Wynkoop||2008||BarSplice Products||Enhancing Decision Making in the Supply Chain|
|Steve Cook||2008||DJJ||Optimization of scrap metal freight Transportation|
|Amy Gress||2009||Ridge Tool Company||A Balanced Approach for Strategic Evaluation of Underperforming Suppliers|
|Joel Phelps||2010||Capstone Steel Products||Locomotive Usage Analysis for Material Movement inside a Steel Mill Rail Yard|
|Catherine Ehlers||2010||Sherwin-Williams||Rework Process Optimization|
|Larry Brown||2009||Walmart||Capstone Project|
|Jeff Dunlap||2010||Meridian Bioscience||Supply Chain operation of Tru Flu|
|Ebony Barnes||2010||Walmart||WalMart/Sam's Club Warehouse Project|
|Greg Brumbaugh||2010||Walmart||Walmart Mini Warehouse Addition|
|Mamadou Diop||2010||General Motors||The Automobile Market in West Africa/ An Entry Strategy for GM|
|Naomi Sherman||2010||USAF||Improve Transportation Discrepancy Reporting (TDR) process.|
|El Mahfoud Aoussar|
|John Blasingame||2010||DuPont||Inventory Optimization for a Global Electronics Polymer Manufacturer|
|Thomas Murray||2010||USAF||Project Lightning – F15 RSP Inventory Consolidation|
|Mark Heitcamp||2010||Transfreight LLC||Crossdock Cost|
|Steve McCray||2010||Osborne Coinage||Brass Inventory|
|Kevin, Durrough||2010||Kroger||Inventory Reduction|
|Tim Hittle||2010||Classic Carriers||TMW to Epay Manager Data Integration|
|Jason Eskew||2010||USAF||SharePoint Implementation|
|Charles Burkett||2010||Christ Hospital||Tracking Blood Supply with RFID|
The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program is designed to provide students with graduate education that will enhance their leadership careers in the fields of logistics and supply chain management.
International students - PLEASE NOTE! If you plan to study in the USA under an F-1 or J-1 visa, you are NOT eligible for this program because of US federal laws and regulations governing online classes. Please contact Ms. Claudia Espinoza at Wright State's International Education office to see if there is another program that would meet your educational goals.
Application Requirements Include:
- Three years of experience in logistics, operations management, technology, or a related field
- In or on track to assume a role of senior professional responsibility
- Bachelor's degree (GPA requirements)
- Three professional references
Neither the GMAT nor the GRE are required for this program.
To apply to the program, visit the Graduate School website to start the application process.
It is helpful that you contact Dr. Valerie Stueland, Director at firstname.lastname@example.org, when you apply to the program so that your application status can be tracked.
For more information, contact:
CPSM, C.P.M., CPPO
Director, Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
ISSCM Office: (937) 775-2895
Direct Line: (937) 231-6258