Current rates and payment information for students in the Master of Supply Chain Engineering and Management program are the same as those paid by students in other Professional Masters programs in Management, as listed by the University Cashier’s Office. MSCEM students be enrolled in at least 9 credit hours per semester.
Estimated annual expenses for full-time graduate students at NC State can be found here. Please note that tuition charges for MSCEM students are higher than those shown on the general University estimate.
Scholarship support is available on a competitive basis from the following sources:
- Caterpillar Supply Chain Bridge International Scholarship
Scholarship funds are available for the Engineering/Supply Chain Summer Bridge Program, specifically to support international students and students of diversity for the summer bridge program.
- Caterpillar Supply Chain Bridge Scholarship
Scholarship funds are available for the Engineering/Supply Chain Summer Bridge Program for students entering into a fifth year Master in Supply Chain Management.
Interested applicants should contact the MSCEM program for more information.