The Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management (MS GSCM)
Alaska is a center of worldwide shipping, and Anchorage being the state's largest city, is at the heart of the Global Supply Chain. Rapid commercial globalization has spurred the need for industry to adapt to ever increasing demand. Positions in supply chain management are left vacant due to a lack of qualified professionals.
The MS GSCM grants you an opportunity to help satisfy the industry's demand for trained individuals, through comprehensive and engaged learning which focuses on managing global supply chain systems with an emphasis on leadership, information technology, and international business practices.
The focus of the graduate degree in Global Supply Chain Management is managing global supply chain systems with an emphasis on leadership, information technology, and international business practices. The degree is comprised of five courses, six credit hours each, to be taken over five consecutive semesters. Time to completion is approximately 20 months for a total of 30 credit hours.
More information about our Logistics Program is available in our Logistics Program section.
For more information please contact Janet Burton (907-786-4171), Graduate Programs Coordinator