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Haslam College of Business

Supply Chain Management

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Stay Ahead as Supply Chain Continues to Change

Pursue an MS in Supply Chain Management Online at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business.

MS in Supply Chain Management Online

Get a top-ranked supply chain management education with the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management Online. The Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is a national leader in supply chain research and teaching and offers a practical, actionable curriculum informed by its global network of 800+ corporate partners.

Offered online, the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management allows you to advance your career and make an immediate positive impact on your organization with the flexibility of learning wherever you are. Earning your MS in Supply Chain Management empowers you to seize opportunities in a post-degree job market projected to grow 15% by 2026 — nearly double the total U.S. job growth rate.

Bi-weekly synchronous classes online

Can be completed in 18-24 months

GMAT/GRE optional

Intimate class sizes

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What You'll Learn

  • Processes for managing and controlling supply chain
  • How to apply theory and strategy to solve real business problems
  • Ways to create organizational value through supply chain management
  • Effective collaboration with remote and diverse teams

Rankings

#1

Supply Chain Management Programs in North America
2022 Gartner

#1

Nationally Among Supply Chain Graduate Programs
2022 Gartner

#1

Most Relevant
EMBA Worldwide
2018 Economist WhichMBA

Career Readiness

With the most relevant curriculum in supply chain, we provide applied knowledge you can use immediately on the job.

Real-World Problem-Solving

Learn the problem-solving skills you need today — that still will be relevant tomorrow. Be a leader throughout your career even as the industry continues to be disrupted.

Access to Industry Leaders

Learn from renowned faculty members who supplement their teaching with industry leaders who teach from real-world examples.

Program Benefits

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the program?

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The program is flexible and can be completed at your own pace. Full-time students should expect to complete it in 18 months, while part-time will be closer to 24 months.

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What is the program format?

The MS in Supply Chain Management Online will give you a degree from a renowned supply chain institution and you’ll also benefit from a seamless holistic online learning experience.

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What degree will I receive upon completion of the program?

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You will receive a Master of Science in Supply Chain Management.

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Is the GMAT/GRE required?

No, GMAT scores are not required. Please contact our team at haslamgradprograms@utk.edu or (865) 357-8957 for more information.

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Yes. There are federal student loans and other need-based financial aid for graduate students at One Stop Express Student Services along with employer sponsorship opportunities and Veterans’ G.I. Bill Benefits.

Are there financial assistance opportunities?

GRE/GMAT waivers are available for program candidates with relevant experience. Contact our team at msscmonline@utk.edu or (865) 322-9978 for further information on waiver eligibility.

The Final Submit Date is November 30, 2022.