The MS in Supply Chain Management includes four core courses plus electives. You can take foundational business and supply chain courses, or if you already have significant experience in those areas, you can specialize in analytics, purchasing, operations or process management.

Guided by world-renowned faculty with years of supply chain experience, you will learn to lead integrated end-to-end supply chain operations, drive innovation and value, and deliver business success.
Evening classes allow you to stay fully engaged in your career. Complete the degree in as little as 12 months or opt for a slower pace to accommodate your busy schedule.
Whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to the field, the TCU MS in Supply Chain Management allows you to select courses to fit your needs and increase your marketability.
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Supply Chain Courses

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Business Courses

You will also study accounting, finance, information systems, supply chain, management and marketing.


Global Supply Chain Experience

Supply chains often stretch across the globe, so understanding international economies is crucial. Travel to diverse global centers such as Mumbai, India, and Dubai, UAE, to see firsthand how local regulations, culture and climate affect business.

Study Abroad


Field Project

With guidance from a faculty mentor, you’ll identify a field study opportunity related to your organization: an issue to research or a problem to solve. Then you’ll define the scope of the project and execute the project, integrating and applying everything you’ve learned in class. You’ll report on the solution you found and the insights you gained. We’ll assess your progress toward these outcomes through project progress reports, and your final written report and presentation.