Master of Science in Supply Chain Management MS-SCM
Solve global supply chain challenges with a master’s degree in supply chain management from the highly ranked W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. With demand for supply chain leaders expected to remain exceptionally high, this program prepares you to create solutions and rethink what’s possible — for your life and career, as well as our world.
Increased competition from global competitors, the opening and closing of new markets, demand for sustainable business practices, the regulatory environment — the world needs dedicated leaders who understand the overall supply chain.
How can you support vendors, service providers, customer concerns, product safety, and profit margins in a way that gets your product to the right consumer? Taught by world-renowned ASU supply chain faculty, the MS-SCM degree delivers best practices from the field.
MS-SCM fast facts
The ASU master’s in supply chain management is recognized by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency as a STEM-certified degree program. The STEM designation allows eligible graduates on student visas access to an Optional Practical Training (OPT) extension, up to 36 months, as compared to 12 months for non-STEM degrees.
Full-time program length; start in August 2024
Enjoy life on ASU’s West campus — located at the heart of the supply chain in the West Valley, with access to the cutting-edge Knight-Swift Logistics Laboratory. It’s an ideal time and place to be a part of what’s next in supply chain management.
Explore everything ASU has to offer
W. P. Carey is committed to building a community Where Business is Personal. Through small classes, team-based learning, and individualized attention every step of the way, your experience in the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is uniquely your own.Join us at ASU
How to apply
Take note of application deadlines, join us for an upcoming admissions event, and start your W. P. Carey journey. We look forward to meeting you!
Round I (Early Decision)
Dec. 1, 2023
Round II (International Priority)
Feb. 1, 2024
Round III (International Final)
April 1, 2024
Round IV (Final)
July 1, 2024
Cost and financial aid
Paying for your degree is one of the most critical steps in your decision to go to business school. Work with us to find the right solution for you, whether it’s scholarships, graduate assistantships, or loans.
Fall 2024 admits
Estimated tuition and fees
The W. P. Carey Career Services Center provides resources and career programming you can access throughout your time at ASU and also after you graduate.
What can I do with a master’s degree in supply chain?
The ASU master’s in supply chain management degree features cutting-edge courses taught by world-renowned faculty. You'll gain the technical knowledge and real-world skills it takes to thrive in diverse industries and roles including supply chain manager, sourcing leader, logistics manager, project manager, and category manager.Put the power of W. P. Carey to work for you