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M.S. in Supply Chain Management Application Deadline and Admissions Changes Due to COVID-19

Saint Louis University's Chaifetz School of Business recognizes these times of uncertainty are causing disruption in all aspects of our lives. To support those considering graduate education, the Chaifetz School has made several updates to admissions procedures and application deadlines for fall 2020 to remove barriers for admission and enrollment for those who may be facing challenges related to the crisis.

Applying to the Chaifetz School

Extension of Fall 2020 Application Deadline

To accommodate students interested in starting classes in fall 2020, application deadlines have been extended. Applications to begin classes in the M.S. in Supply Chain Management program August 17 are due August 3, 2020.

Suspension of GMAT/GRE Requirement

We recognize that most testing centers for GMAT, GRE and various English proficiency exams around the world are closed. As such, we will not be requiring the GMAT or GRE for admissions to our programs at this time. Applicants will continue to be reviewed holistically for undergraduate performance, professional goal statements and internship or professional experience to make admission and scholarship decisions.  

Unofficial Transcripts Accepted for Application Consideration

To ease application burdens for our students, unofficial transcripts will be accepted by the Chaifetz School for review of admissions applications. Unofficial transcripts may be uploaded by applicants as part of the online application. Official transcripts must be submitted prior to conclusions of students’ first semester of enrollment to finalize admission. 

Funding Your Graduate Education

$250 First-Time Student Offer

Prospective students who have been considering graduate education can jump-start their graduate degree at the Chaifetz School in fall 2020 with a special tuition offer. First-time program enrollees can earn their first three credits this fall for just $250.

Learn More About the First-Time Student Offer

Scholarship Offers at Time of Admission 

Thanks to the support of successful alumni and friends, the Chaifetz School offers generous scholarship opportunities up to $12,000 for the M.S. in Supply Chain Management program. Applicants are automatically considered for merit scholarships with their application for admission and scholarship offers are made at the time of admission. 

Flexible Course Delivery for Fall 2020

The M.S. in Supply Chain Management program will be offered on campus and online this fall. Students may chose course delivery formats which work best for their schedules and individual situations. Courses offered on campus will follow the university's evolving policy to safeguard the health of the campus community. 

For students enrolled in on campus courses in fall 2020 whose circumstances do not allow them to attend class in person, the Chaifetz School is prepared to offer instruction through online formats as needed. We hope this flexibility assists students in completing graduate education during these uncertain times.

Learn more about SLU's current public health safeguards.  

International Students


For international applicants requiring an English proficiency score, we are accepting Duolingo in lieu of the traditional TOEFL or IELTS exam. Duolingo is a convenient and affordable English proficiency test you can take at home and get the results in less than 2 days. Applicants qualifying for direct entry to our programs should possess a Duolingo score of 150. Those below this score may apply to one of our INTO Pathway programs.

As you are completing our free online application, please know you will not see Duolingo as an option. Please email to specify you’ll be submitting a Duolingo score to our team.

Connect with Us to Learn More

The Chaifetz School is closely monitoring the global situation and quickly adapting its policies and procedures to support current and prospective students during these unprecedented times. Our faculty and staff are committed to guiding you in your graduate education journey and look forward to connecting with you to answer your questions.