As supply chains continue to evolve, professionals in the industry are faced with the challenges and complexities of creating sustainable supply chains in their organizations. The need to gain expertise in the field continues to grow, but it can be difficult to manage with professional and personal obligations.
The Rutgers Business School Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program enables you with the tools and resources to meet the challenges of today’s supply chains head-on. Flexible and convenient online courses make it easy to complete your master’s degree in at your own time. The curriculum is adapted to address current trends in the industry, which allows the immediate benefit of using what you know in your everyday role. By building on your existing knowledge in business and supply chain management, we help you to develop the necessary skills to advance in your career.
The part-time MS SCM program conducted in Singapore is a 10 module, hybrid graduate supply chain program that combines the best in-person and online learning.
Earn a master’s in supply chain in as short as one year and accelerate your career.
The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program is an innovative, solution-oriented 30-credit (10 modules) Master’s degree program that will be instrumental in taking you to the next level in your career.
Our curriculum is based on a holistic end-to-end view of supply chain management. We don’t impose a specific set or sequence of classes, but we recommend that students take classes covering all elements of the framework below.
Supply Chain Management Strategy and Planning
- Supply Chain Management Strategies
- Demand Management
- Supply Chain Finance
- Supply Chain Management*
- Supply Chain Management Trends
∗ Core, face-to-face module, students are required to complete this module. Classes are conducted at our campus on 146 Robinson Road, #05-01, Singapore 068909.
Global Sourcing and Supply Management
- Global Procurement and Supply Management
- Risk and Disruption Management
Production and Operations Management
- Operations Analysis
- Lean Six Sigma
Logistics and Customer Service
- Global Logistics Management
- Business-to-Business Marketing
- Supply Chain Solutions with ERP/SAP I
- Supply Chain Law and Governance
- Project Management
- Supply Chain Sustainability
There are typically several modes of assessment, but each class includes at least one proctored exam, group-work, homework, graded discussions and in some classes live simulations.
For a copy of the syllabus, please contact us.
Our objective is to bring together the best possible class so that our students can have the best possible experience. We work closely with students both during the application process and throughout the program to ensure they fit well within this collaborative and rigorous academic environment. Each year the Rutgers MS SCM program accepts an exclusive group of students from a broad range of professional and cultural backgrounds. The criteria for selection include the applicant’s potential for success at senior management levels and the ability and motivation to participate in a rigorous course of study while being employed.
Applicants should meet the following admissions standards:
- A bachelor’s degree or international equivalent (ideally in SCM or other business major or engineering from an accredited college or university)
- At least 3 years of work experience to demonstrate familiarity with supply chain concepts (ideally three+ years of supply chain related field work experience)
- Minimum age of 28 years old
- Candidates with high level responsibility and international experience
- Maturity and motivation to succeed in the MS SCM
- Proficiency in oral and written English
GMAT/GRE is not required for admission into the program. Exceptionally, candidates with other academic/professional qualifications and have substantial work experience at senior management level will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The program is open to Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and Employment visa holders. Other long term visit pass holders are to seek approval from ICA prior to submitting the application for admissions.