Hands-On Experiences for the Real World
As a Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) student at Maryland Smith, your learning will be unique and interactive. We’ll help you refine your problem-solving, communication and analytical skills and apply the methodologies top employers look for when recruiting talent.
Key Topics Explored:
- Demand planning strategies
- Forecasting and MRP
- Global transportation management
- Inventory management
- Lean Six Sigma
- Manufacturing quality control
- Procurement analytics
- Project management
- Risk analytics
- Supplier portfolio management
Analytics Tools You’ll Use:
- Bloomberg Supply Chain Risk Management
- Llamasoft Network Design
- Microsoft Project
- SAP ERP Supply Chain Management
“You start the program by learning the basics and then you get more focused, eventually learning popular concepts such as Lean Six Sigma. This gave me an advantage many others won’t have when transitioning into the workplace.”
MS Supply Chain Management ’19
Regional Fulfillment Analyst, Danfoss
Experience for the Real World
You'll have access to engaging learning opportunities, giving you insight into what you’ll experience in the workplace.
Obtain the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification and prepare you to take the APICS and CSCMP certifications.
Supply Chain Lab
Use state-of-the-art technology and apply global supply chain concepts in Maryland Smith’s Netcentric Supply Chain Lab.
National Case Competitions
Gain experience solving real-life supply chain problems and recommend your solutions to a panel of business leaders.
Faculty Invested in Your Future
Your professors are savvy, connected business leaders who will challenge you to take your skills to the next level. They offer valuable guidance as you navigate your coursework and career.
President of the Air Transport Research Society.
Expert in air transport policy and logistics management.
Niratcha "Grace" Tungtisanont
Conducts compelling research on humanitarian operation strategies during natural disasters.
Expert in resource management, investment and policies for humanitarian relief efforts.
(The Economist, 2018)
(Financial Times, 2018)