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M.S. in Supply Chain Management

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Consistently ranked among the top 15 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for graduate supply chain management, SLU’s Chaifetz School of Business teaches students how to use quantitative and computer models to provide and distribute the right quantities of the right goods or services to the right location at the right time through it’s M.S. in Supply Chain Management. The global nature of the supply chain industry makes this fast-paced discipline both exciting and rewarding, while the demand for supply chain management skills remains high in the job market.

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Funding Your M.S. in Supply Chain Management

As a specialized master’s program, the M.S. in Supply Chain Management requires fewer credits than many other graduate programs, offering a prestigious degree at an affordable price. And with generous scholarship opportunities made possible with the support of successful alumni and friends of Saint Louis University, earning a world class master’s degree from the Chaifetz School of Business may be less of an investment than you think.

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The Chaifetz School Difference

National Reputation

U.S. News & World Report not only ranks the Chaifetz School No. 13 in the country for graduate supply chain management, it also ranks the Chaifetz School a top institution for graduate study in accounting, entrepreneurship and international business. That national reputation means you'll learn from top faculty while earning a degree that gives you the professional edge you need.

Foundational Curriculum

Supply chain management is a demanding field, and you’ll need a wide array of skills to succeed. First-year students receive instruction in fundamental business areas like accounting, economics, operations management and statistics, each class designed specifically with management in mind. These essential courses form a strong foundation for advanced study and business practice. 

Applied Theory

The M.S. in Supply Chain Management curriculum focuses on the theoretical as well as the applied supply chain and logistics skills that are essential in today’s competitive global supply chain environment. Graduates not only understand theory, but are able to apply an integrated enterprise approach to facilitate the flow of goods, services and information from suppliers to customers.

Diverse Professional Options

As an in-demand and constantly evolving field, supply chain management offers a wide variety of potential career paths. Recent graduates of the program now work in roles including: supply chain analyst, buyer, e-commerce analyst, supply chain manager, procurement analyst, sourcing manager, logistics analyst, project manager and process engineer. 

Industry Connections

As the oldest business school west of the Mississippi, the Chaifetz School has educated the business leaders of tomorrow for more than a century. That long history and Saint Louis University's deep roots in the heart of the city mean access to a vast network of alumni that run some of St. Louis' top companies. Couple that with Chaifetz School's Center for Supply Chain Excellence, and you'll find nearly endless opportunities to connect with supply chain professionals and organizations.

Personalized Career Support

With in-demand skills and tangible experience, a Chaifetz School master’s will position you to accelerate your career. Leverage the program’s dedicated career advisors and professional development, networking opportunities and personalized career planning to make your post-graduate goals a reality.


Our program is STEM-certified, qualifying F-1 visa holders for an OPT extension. International students curious about their visa eligibility can learn more from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

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