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MS Supply Chain Management & Analytics

MS Supply Chain Management

Jump-start your career with new full- and part-time options in our Master's in Supply Chain Management and Analytics.

In the only advanced supply chain degree in Silicon Valley, you'll learn from top thinkers and thought leaders in supply chain management and interact with high technology and bio-tech industry leaders who put those ideas into practice at the cutting edge of innovation. Our program will provide you a unique combination of skills in supply chain management, business analytics, and information systems.

Imagine class projects, internships, and jobs at companies such as Google, Apple, Intel, HP, Sanmina, Walmart.com, Applied Materials, and Cephied, among many others—all a stone's throw from the campus. There is no better place to start your global career! 

Questions? Call us at 408-554-4539 or send us a quick email at msadmissions@scu.edu.

  • STEM Approved.

     MSIS student in Lucas Hall class

    Hands-on curriculum gives you experience with industry projects and introduction to innovative concepts that are changing the field. Best of all, the program is STEM-certified. Take a look at the curriculum here »

  • Core business function.

     Stock image of business movement

    Supply chain management is a critical function in high technology and bio-tech fields. Read more in "A Seat at the CEO's Table" here »

2017 MS Supply Chain Management & Analytics class profile

  • Average age : 25
  • Women : 33%
  • Average work experience : 2.3 years
  • Average GMAT or GRE : 520 / 310
  • Average Undergraduate GPA: 3.39
  • Average TOEFL: 105

 

Application deadlines

Fall Enrollment

  • April 1 First Round Deadline
  • June 1 Final Deadline

 

Tuition

  • $1,124/unit (2016-17 tuition)
  • 49 units minimum 

Application requirements

  • 4-year bachelor's degree from accredited college or university
    (in U.S., by regional accrediting agency; international institutions must be accredited by country's Ministry of Education)
  • Two official transcripts from each institution attended (including extension programs)
    or, for international degrees, a course-by-course evaluation by NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services or www.naces.org)
  • GMAT or GRE 
    Scores sent directly to University from test center
    GMAT Institution Code BV3-WB51
    GRE Institution Code 7238
  • TOEFL scores sent directly to University from test center
    Required if English is not your first language, even if your schooling was conducted in English. 
    TOEFL Institution Code 4851, Department code: 02
  • Two confidential letters of recommendation 
    Must be from managers or supervisors familiar with your work. For new graduates, recommendations from faculty are acceptable. 

What is unique about the Santa Clara University MS in Supply Chain Management?

  • Amy Yao

    Class of 2011

    Amy Yao

    "Supply chain management is about to be even more complex and interesting with the emergence of the Internet of Things."

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