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Explore the development process in its entirety and strengthen your management toolkit. The unique approach of the W. P. Carey Online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (Online MS-SCM) program transforms your skillset and your career.

Program overview

Increased competition from global competitors, the opening and closing of new markets, the need for sustainable business practices, the regulatory environment — any one of these examples of the complexity of the current economic environment is enough to make any business leader shudder. How can support vendors, service providers, customer concerns, product safety, and profit margins connect in a way that gets your product to the right consumer?


Your degree, your way

Two unique pathways allow you to earn your supply chain master’s on your terms. Choose the W. P. Carey Certificate in Foundations of Supply Chain Management and complete course credit toward your degree before the master’s program even starts, or earn an MITx MicroMasters® in supply chain management and learn from faculty from two of the world’s leading supply chain institutions.

Courses are delivered 100% online, with the opportunity to engage with faculty and your classmates, so you can share your ideas and learn from others' perspectives. In each class, you'll build key strengths that will help you advance your knowledge — and your career in supply chain management.

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Supply chain certificate

A reflection of ASU's reputation for innovation, the W. P. Carey Certificate in Foundations of Supply Chain Management can either be completed on its own for no academic credit or applied as completed course credit upon successful admission to the Online MS-SCM program.

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Our faculty members conduct leading-edge supply chain management research that advances the field, and they bring this research into the classroom to advance the skills of our graduates. We educate future managers who are prepared to add product value, increase quality, reduce costs and increase profits. They accomplish this by addressing the needs and performance of supplier relations, supplier selection, purchasing negotiations, operations, transportation, inventory, warehousing, benchmarking, third-party vendors, electronic commerce, recycling, supply chain electronic software and customer relations.

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