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Drexel University, Master of Science in Supply Chain Management and Logistics

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The Master’s of Science in Supply Chain Management and Logistics degree program at Drexel LeBow, as part of the Operations Management program in the Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems department, develops professionals’ theoretical and practical knowledge to effectively lead the flow of goods and services in a complex, global business environment.

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Supply Chain Masters Programs

Features

• 45 credit hours course
• Delivered on campus
• Full-time/ part-time
• In-class projects
• Paid internships

Degree Name

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

Duration

15-24 Months

Cost

$1139 per credit hour

What is best?

• Delivered on campus
• Full-time/ part-time
• In-class projects
• Paid internships

What are the benefits?

• Practicum or thesis option
• Industry professional truck
• Research seminars
• Paid internships ($20 average)
• Workshops
• Speaker services
• Graduate career services

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Master of Science in supply chain management and logistics from the University of Drexel is a fundamental program designed for all prospects in the field of supply chain management and logistics. Skills and techniques developed during the study give students an upper hand in the supply chain environment. The STEM-approved program sheds light into the diverse field of supply chain and gives birth to sought-after graduates.

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Master of Science in Supply Chain Management and logistics from Drexel University is a program that develops prospects’ theoretical and practical knowledge for effectual leading of the flow of goods and services in a complex, global business environment. The curriculum stresses a thorough knowledge of the rapidly changing techniques in system analysis, in addition to an operations of all other phases of business. The program is designed to capacitate students who wish to develop themselves as managers and specialists in the operations of industrial and service systems. The series of foundation courses in the management of operations and decision making for supply chain and logistics operations make them best fit for success in this field. The STEM-designated degree program is a 45 credit hours course, delivered on campus with the option of full time or part time. Experimental learning is emphasized in the learning of this course. Awareness that theory must be incorporated with practicum has led to different levels of experimental learning ranging from in-class projects as well as paid internships. Industry professional truck has been put in place to keep record of all projects done by students as well as general progress of the student in that particular field. Students have a choice of either practicum or thesis. Workshops and speaker series are a plus in giving knowledge and skills pertinent in the success in this field of study. Graduates from this program are provided with career services to polish other interpersonal skills relevant to the profession and earn an average salary of $70,000.

 

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