2019 Best Master's in Supply Chain Management Online Programs

The schools below are the best options for obtaining an online master's in supply chain management. The schools are ranked by alumni salaries and annual tuition rates. comes in first place, with a median alumni salary of and an annual tuition rate of . , ranked at # this year, has the least expensive tuition on the list. Annual tuition at the school is per year, and its Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management degree is available in different specializations including Logistics and Operations.

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2019 Online Colleges Offering Supply Chain Management Degrees - Ranking Details

Online Master's in Supply Chain Management Overview

Online master's programs are offered through many colleges and universities across the United States. Students enrolled in these programs will take courses in such areas as supply chain project management, supply chain analysis, and strategic procurement. A research project or thesis paper may also be a graduation requirement. After earning their degree, students can find work in various advanced managerial positions, such as director of supply chain operations, senior supply chain management analyst, director of purchasing, or commodity manager.

This degree is appropriate for individuals who have a bachelor's degree and work experience in a different field, but who want to make a career change to supply chain management. A bachelor's degree and work experience is required for acceptance into a master's degree program, and programs typically take around two years to complete.

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