The Master of Supply Chain Engineering and Management program is designed to develop professionals who are familiar with the quantitative tools employed in supply chain analysis and planning, and who are capable of interfacing effectively with both business and technical professionals.
Qualified candidates will have earned, by the start of the program, an undergraduate degree in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) discipline.
Some preparation in mathematics (calculus and matrix/linear algebra), computer science, and statistics is a prerequisite for most entry-level graduate courses in the program. Exposure to management sciences (e.g., economics, business management, accounting) is preferred, but not required.
The following links describe the application criteria and process.