Career Outcomes and Industry Voices

Master of Supply Chain Analytics

Sample Employers & Job Titles Reported (2019 May – 2022 January)


Students in the Master of Supply Chain Analytics program are leaders in top companies across the industry. Here are examples of titles and corporations of our MSCA graduates.


Job Title


Technology Platform Advisory Analyst


Global eSourcing Lead


Supply Chain Analyst


Area Manager, Program Manager


Logistic Analyst


Buyer Planner

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Strategic Planner/Buyer

Church and Dwight Co.

Customer Logistics Analyst

Dell Technologies

Advisor - Demand Planning, Material Planning

Dell Technologies (China)

Supply Chain Development Program Trainee


Data Analyst


Supply Planner


Supply Chain Engineer


Business Intelligence Data Science Analyst, Supply Chain Analyst


Inbound Logistics Analyst, GOLD (Global Operations Leadership Development) Program Associate, Supply Chain Analyst


Data Analyst

LVMH Perfumes & Cosmetics

Supply Planner


Operations Specialist


Associate with Transformation Consulting Group

Schneider Electronic

Supply Chain Planning Engineer

Tata Consultancy Services



Logistics Analyst, Logistics System Analyst, Material Planner

Teva Pharmaceuticals

Supply Chain Analyst

Turtle & Hughes

Sales Engineer

Industry Voices

Our curriculum is informed by our relationships with industry leaders and top corporate partners, so you are gaining relevant knowledge in real-time. See what industry leaders have to say about the program.

Jill Lavitsky, Vice President, Customer and Logistics Services, North America at Johnson & Johnson

"The introduction of a Master of Supply Chain Analytics program at the Rutgers Business School is well timed. In the healthcare industry, we have come to realize that an advanced analytics competency is critical to our future success. More than ever before, we have a need for real time analytics of the vast available data so that we can quickly develop insights and make the best decisions for our business. Graduates of this program will be in high demand by the astute supply chain organizations that recognize advanced analytics capability as a competitive advantage."

Helen Davis, Vice President, Supply Chain US Region of the Coca-Cola Company

“In a world that is continuously mining Big Data, it is imperative to have capable individuals that can analyze data and determine the best course of action. Coca-Cola is striving to seamlessly connect and integrate this digital data in order to adjust our supply chain at a rate that meets our consumers’ changing tastes. It is thrilling to see that Rutgers will ensure this capability is engrained in our next generation of Supply Chain leaders. This is just another example of how the Rutgers Supply Chain program is leading the way in molding the talent that we will take into our organization.”

Sunny Nastase, President, Enterprise Accounts of Healthcare at UPS

"UPS, as an organization, is built to support our customers' supply chains that are often critical to their overall business strategy. To improve our service level and customer satisfaction, we extensively use business analytics and advanced modeling tools to analyze the interconnectivity of various supply chain components. We are delighted to see Rutgers launching a first-of-its-kind supply chain analytics MS program that will provide UPS access to much-needed talent that not only has the analytics skill set but also supply chain functional knowledge."


To learn more about how RBS collaborates with the business community, visit the Center for Supply Chain Management.

Center of Supply Chain Management