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Georgia Institute of Technology, Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering
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Georgia Institute of Technology, Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering

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The Georgia Tech Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering graduate degree program is designed to produce business-oriented engineers who can meet the industry’s demand of engineers who can design and synchronize even the most complex global supply chains.

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Supply Chain Masters Programs

Features

• 8 required courses
• 30 credit hours
• STEM-designated program
• Small cohorts
• Full-time summer internship
• Capstone project
• Optional Practical Training (OPT) for international students

Degree Name

Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering

Duration

12 months, full-time

Cost

About $30,000 to $50,000

What is best?

• Small cohorts
• Full-time summer internship
• Capstone project
• Optional Practical Training (OPT) for international students

What are the benefits?

• Learn in smaller class sizes
• Engage in numerous non-classroom learning activities
• Participate in capstone industry problem-solving experience.
• Leverage the traditions and rigorous academic standards of Georgia Tech's Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE)
• Get a faster and more focused path to a global supply chain career

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The Georgia Tech Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering graduate degree program is modeled to provide students with a highly focused graduate professional education in supply chain engineering that leads to a faster and more focused path to a global supply chain career.

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The Georgia Tech Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering graduate degree program is designed to produce business-oriented engineers who can meet the industry’s demand of engineers who can design and synchronize even the most complex global supply chains. The program features an intensive curriculum that covers such topics as analytic methods, supply chain engineering, and enterprise management. The program’s courses and instructional approaches place more emphasis on integrative and experiential learning to ensure that graduates of the program obtain professional practice skills and real-world industry experience. To complete the program, students are required to study 8 required courses offered during the fall and spring semesters, and then engage in a capstone industry experience during the summer semester where they work in teams with faculty for professional mentor support. The capstone projects enables students to apply their knowledge and skills to a real-world supply chain engineering project. Students can also choose to participate in an internship in the fall or take up more elective coursework which extends the program by one additional semester. Most of the program’s courses feature class projects conducted for industry partners ensuring students get hands-on experience fit for the job market. Program applicants come from various academic, industrial, and geographical backgrounds and they all have a purpose to pursue a program that will give them a faster and more focused path to a global supply chain career. Full-time students can complete the program in 12 months, while those who wish to pursue a full-time summer internship may take up to 16 months. Graduates of this program get employment in global enterprises but the program may also act as a foundation for research study in engineering or business Ph.D. program focused on supply chain challenges.

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