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Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (Online)

Ranked one of the "Best Online Graduate Programs" in the country by U.S. News & World Report

Informational Session Webinars

Register now for one of our webinars held by Dr. Azadegan. Upcoming sessions include:

  • Wednesday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m.

You can also watch a recording of our previous session.

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Top Business Schools for Supply Chain Management, 2017 (Find-MBA.com)

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Best Business School for Supply Chain Management/Logistics, 2017 (U.S. News & World Report)

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Best Online Graduate Programs (SCM), 2016 (U.S. News & World Report)

Advance a Career in Supply Chain Management

Rutgers Business School's Master of Science (M.S.) in Supply Chain Management online program is an innovative, solution-oriented master’s degree that can be instrumental in taking you to the next level in your career.

The field of supply chain management is one of the fastest-growing areas in business today! Some of the largest and most successful global companies like Apple, Amazon, and P&G view supply chain management as a core competency and are actively recruiting supply chain management graduates.

Program Highlights

  • Master of Science degree awarded by Rutgers Business School
  • 100% Online – no residency requirement
  • 30 credits – can be completed in one year
  • Certificate option with the completion of four courses
  • Innovative curriculum – several unique and highly relevant classes
  • Three admissions cycles per year
  • No GMAT required
  • Tuition: $3,600 per course

To learn more and for an in-depth look into our program, please review our program summary.

Top-Quality Online Learning

Like our traditional highly-ranked face-to-face graduate programs, we provide the same top-quality instruction in a more convenient online delivery structure.

Our 10-course program can be completed in as little as one year and is 100% online, without any residency or on-campus requirements. The program is designed to be completed online anytime, anywhere, in a highly interactive setting.

General Admissions Criteria

The Admissions Committee generally looks at:

  • Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better (ideally in SCM or other business major or engineering from an accredited college or university)
  • Three+ years of supply chain related field work experience (for a Fortune 500 company or US military)
  • Well written essays as part of the application 
  • Strong letters of recommendation (3) 
  • For foreign students: this program does not grant F1 Visas
  • Foreign students who meet the above criteria need to have their undergraduate degrees evaluated by an NACES member (preferably "Educational Perspectives" for they do the fastest turnaround in our experience)

Ready to take the next step? To view our Application Deadlines, Tuition & Fees, Application Checklist, or to start your application, please visit our Admissions page.

We are leaders in supply chain management.

The Rutgers Master of Supply Chain Management is part of a family of highly-ranked supply chain programs.
Your online experience is built on an industry-informed curriculum and taught by top-tier professors who are experts in the field.

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Faculty Spotlight

Arash Azadegan

Associate Professor

Dr. Azadegan focuses on research related to supply chain disruptions, response and recovery from disruptions and inter-organizational creativity and innovation. Dr. Azadegan manages the Supply Chain Disruption Research Laboratory (SCDrl) at the Center for Supply Chain Management.

Dr. Azadegan's work is published in the Journal of Operations Management, Production and Operations Management...


Faculty Spotlight

Rudi Leuschner

Associate Professor

Professor Leuschner is the curriculum coordinator for the MBA supply chain management concentration. His primary research focuses on customer service, especially the integration of marketing and logistics aspects and their impact on customer satisfaction and business outcomes. A second research interest is in generalizable research in supply chain management. Generalizable...