Supply Chain Management Graduate Programs
Earn a master’s degree and/or graduate certificate from a leading research university with top-ranked programs
- Evenings on campus
- Part-time or full-time
- No GRE/GMAT required
There is a growing skills-gap when it comes to supply chain professionals with the skills to manage increasingly complex international networks. A report by logistics trade group MHI suggests that the industry will be looking to fill about 1.4 million jobs, or roughly 270,000 per year, by 2018.
Now is the time to advance in your career with a master’s degree and/or graduate certificate from Boston University—one of the world’s leading research and teaching institutions. Choose from the following online and on-campus degree programs:
- Master of Science in Supply Chain Management, with concentrations in Logistics Management, Quantitative Approaches, and Global Business (on campus, online, and blended)
- Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management (on campus, online, and blended)
For over thirty years, BU’s Metropolitan College (MET) has been offering flexible, part-time degree and certificate programs in business and management. Today, you can pursue your studies evenings on campus or fully online—our online master’s programs in management are ranked among the top in the nation. Because MET is focused on practical, insightful, and adaptable knowledge, the tools and skills you learn at MET today can be immediately applied on the job while remaining relevant, useful, and valuable to your career growth for years to come.
Top Reasons Why You Should Consider BU’s Supply Chain Management Programs
- Employability—Boston University is ranked #5 in the U.S. and #6 in the world for the employability of its graduates, according to the Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking.
- In 2018, Boston University Metropolitan College’s online master’s degrees in management were ranked #9 among the Best Online Graduate Business Programs (Excluding MBA) by U.S. News & World Report.
- Course of study qualifies you for careers that include logistician, market research analyst, operations research analyst, sales manager, and more.
- Convenient part-time evening or online formats allow you to balance your education and time with your work/life needs.
- Faculty are engaged in current research, and have hands-on experience in high-technology and business industries.
- Diverse on-campus and online classrooms ensure vital connections with other students and professionals from around the world—networks that can open doors.
- MET offers comprehensive financial assistance programs.
A Coordinated Strategy for Growth
With BU’s Supply Chain Management graduate programs, you’ll gain hands-on experience in lean production, global supply chain coordination, risk mitigation, import-export operations, and strategic logistics management—knowledge you can immediately apply on the job to lead change and offer creative solutions to supply chain challenges.