U.S. News ranked Wright State’s online Master of Information Systems and Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management programs offered by the Raj Soin College of Business 19th among the 165 schools responding to the magazine’s surveys. The programs’ score of 82 ranked higher than those of such schools as Michigan State University, the University of Georgia and the University of Cincinnati. It marked the first time the programs ranked in the Top 20.
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Supply chain management specialists are integral to success in today’s market and this program is designed to meet the needs of managerial and operational employees who have logistics, inventory, procurement, management, or decision-making. This graduate program is designed for working professionals like you to help advance your career. This program is one year with flexible, convenient education approach. You will spend four weekends in on-campus residences and do the remaining coursework online.
This program will give you a graduate education that will enhance your leadership career in the field of logistics and supply chain management. If you are curious, passionate about innovation, and like solving problems, a degree in supply chain management will prepare you to excel in wide variety of career paths and industries.
The field of supply chain management is continuing to grow as demand for professionals who manage the flow and transport of goods and services increases. This master’s program prepares you for careers that require knowledge in how to manage global supply chains for major corporations and organizations.
Our alumni work at:
- Computer Sciences Corp.
- Crown Equipment
- Dayton Freight
- J.B. Hunt
- Reynolds and Reynolds
- R&L Carriers
- Seepex, Inc.
- Tata Consultant
- Taylor Communications (Standard Register)
- US Worldwide Logistics, Inc
- Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
- Yaskawa America, Inc.
Positions our alumni have held:
- Business analyst or consultant
- Computer applications and systems analytics
- Information technology management
- IT operations analytics
- Database management or administrator
- Information security analyst
- Computer user support
- IT support
- Logistics analyst
- Material planning manager
- Operations analyst
- Procurement manager
- Purchasing specialist
- Inventory control administrator
- Supply chain business analyst
Since our program is geared towards working professionals, classes are focuses on experiential learning with real-experiences, case materials, and simulations taught by faculty and industry experts. You will learn alongside other business peers and leaders as you take the concepts you learn and apply them to real-world situations. You will participate in a capstone project that teams you up with a business or community organization to solve a problem for them.
View Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program information and degree requirements in the University Catalog.
Dates are subject to change.
Fall 2017 Cohort: Program started in August 2017 and will complete in August 2018
Fall 2018 Cohort: Accepting applications.
|Residency 1||Aug. 16–19, 2018 (Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun.)|
|Orientation||Aug. 16, 2018|
|SCM 7990 - SCM Capstone Project||1||Aug. 20–Dec. 9||Fall 2018|
|SCM 7880 - Foundations of Supply Chain Management||3||Aug. 20–Sept. 23||Fall 2018|
|SCM 7870 - Supply Chain Project Management & Transformation||3||Sept. 24–Oct. 28||Fall 2018|
|SCM 7940 - Total Quality Management and Lean Supply Processes||3||
Oct. 29–Dec. 9*
|Residency 2||Jan. 4–6, 2019 (Fri., Sat., Sun.)|
|SCM 7990 - SCM Capstone Project||2||Jan. 7–April 21||Spring 2019|
|SCM 7910 - Performance Measurement and Supply Chain Transformation||3||Jan. 7–Feb. 10||Spring 2019|
|SCM 7930 - Supply Chain Operations and Control||3||Feb. 11–March 17||Spring 2019|
|SCM 7890 - Global Logistics and Trade||3||March 18–April 21||Spring 2019|
|Residency 3||April 26–28, 2019 (Fri., Sat., Sun.)|
|SCM 7990 - SCM Capstone Project||3||April 29–Aug. 11||Summer 2019|
|SCM 7960 - Strategic Sourcing||3||April 29–June 2||Summer 2019|
|SCM 7950 - Information Technology and Supply Chain Management||3||June 3–July 7||Summer 2019|
|SCM 7920 - Supply Design and Integration||3||July 8–Aug. 8||Summer 2019|
|Presentations/Hooding||Aug. 16, 2019|
- Thanksgiving Break: Nov. 19–25, 2018
- Winter Break: Dec. 10, 2018–Jan. 3, 2019
- No Spring Break
Final Date for Capstones for Summer Degree: Aug. 23, 2019
We encourage you to apply early because class sizes are limited. To apply, you must have already graduated with an undergraduate degree and three or more years experience in logistics, supply chain management, or a related field. If you are interested, apply online to the Graduate School and submit an application for the Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program. You must submit transcripts from your bachelor degree and your grade point average will be considered. You must also submit three professional letters of reference. The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is NOT required. Contact program Director Donald Hopkins firstname.lastname@example.org when you apply so that your application status can be tracked.
Supply Chain and Logistics Grad Ranked Top Affordable Master's Program, GradSchoolHub.com
Wright State University's Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management ranks among the top online graduate programs in the nation because of its excellent quality and affordability. This cohort program allows you to work with your peers at residencies and online as you advance through your studies.
Tuition and fees for the program are determined by the University and the Raj Soin College of Business during the fiscal year prior to the program start date. The program provides many additional services and materials that are not normally provided for other graduate level students, thus we do not follow the basic tuition schedule for the University. The program fee schedule is as follows:
- Ohio Residents: $29,335
- Non-residents: $43,563
Tuition may increase in July 2018 for the Academic Year 2018 -2019.
A deposit in the amount of $500 is necessary to affirm your intention to participate as a graduate student in the program. This deposit is non-refundable deposit and will be applied toward the tuition of the first course of your program.
If your company is interested in sponsoring 3 or more students for the program please contact Mr. Donald Hopkins, Director at email@example.com for information on the special rates.
Tuition and fees include the following:
- Full time enrollment to the University.
- All course materials, including books, cases, articles, reviews, educational software, and other course materials designated necessary by the professor.
- Full access to all University resources, including the library system, computer labs, campus mail service, and student athletic facilities.
- On campus parking during the residency period.
- Food and refreshments during regular residencies.
- Administrative assistance concerning University requirements, including enrollment, registration, graduation petitions, grade reports, parking registration, and class schedules.
- Communications support to help students complete group work assignments.
- Guest speaker events, symposia, and lectures.
- Alumni, social, and business networking events.
Many Master's students obtain the financial support of their employers, and although this is encouraged, it is not a requirement for enrollment.
Students normally remit tuition payments at the beginning of each semester. Customized payment plans can be worked out in advance for students through the office of Financial Aid.
Most of the students who enroll in the Master's program enjoy the financial support of their employers. Although, we do encourage all of our applicants to seek financial support through their employers, it is not a requirement for admission or enrollment. Students may choose to make tuition payments by check, credit card or they may apply for financial aid through the University.
Financial aid is available to most of the Master's students through the Federal Stafford Loan Program. Please contact the Financial Aid office at 937.775.4000 for more information.
In this program, your work is focused on problem solving, student-focused experiences, and business or organization involvement. This master’s program is a one-year program requiring 33 credit hours. Six credit hours are dedicated to the extensive capstone project designed for the program by the sponsoring business or organization. The remaining credit hours are focused on advanced topics in supply chain architectures, rapid innovation into supply chain design, efficient management of the supply base, partners alignment through trust and common values, and metrics for supply chain networks. This program will prepare you to work in supply chain management jobs and careers or to continue your education with another graduate or doctoral degree.