Launch an Exciting, Rewarding Career
A Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) degree from Maryland Smith positions you to stand out in the job market and succeed in this rapidly growing industry. Our graduates are in-demand and land exciting jobs for top employers.
Supply Chain Management by the Numbers
Median annual salary for logisticians in the United States.
Manufacturing employers planning to hire MSSCM job candidates.
Maryland Smith’s MSSCM graduates who land a job within three months of graduating.
Sources: Maryland Smith’s Office of Career Services, GMAC, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Imagine where an MSSCM degree can take you:
Global supply chain associate
Inventory control specialist
Risk management analyst
Strategic sourcing or procurement analyst
Supply chain consultant
Businesses that hire our students include:
Sharpen Your Professional Skills
Maryland Smith’s Office of Career Services (OCS) can help you bridge the gap between being a student and a successfully employed professional. You’ll have one-on-one access to a career coach who will provide you with personalized tips on how to articulate your strengths when interacting with your future employer.
Here are the OCS services you'll have personal access to:
- Individualized and small group coaching
- Interview preparation
- Job fairs
- Networking events
- Résumé workshops
- Salary negotiation coaching
- Strategic job search planning
"My career coach helped me to gain the confidence to speak with recruiters and gain connections with people who had the job I wanted.”
MS Supply Chain Management ’14
Program Manager, DHL Express
Build Connections with Classmates
Join a club in line with what you’re currently studying or other clubs that provide you with general connections and skills.
Meet other MSSCM students and engage in exciting social and professional activities including field trips to top employers and networking events.
Connect with first- and second-year master's degree students and participate in networking events such as alumni meet-and-greets, mentorship meetups and career panels.
Practice how to prepare and deliver speeches, perform well in a case competition and engage in impromptu talks and conversations.