Your Future in Supply Chain Management
The Master of Science in supply chain management at Charleston Southern Online gives you the skills and abilities to think in concert about the people, processes and technologies required for world-class integrated supply chain management. Supply chain managers are responsible for synchronizing the flow of products, information, and funds amongst their organizations, suppliers, and customers in a way that adds value to each. With companies like Boeing, NIWC and Volvo in the area, supply chain management is in high demand.
Our program gives real-life examples to students who are interested in or are already working at these companies. This major will give you the opportunity to move up in your workplace. Degrees like this one increase your advancement and earnings potential. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there is an accelerated employment growth rate of 26% in supply chain management fields.
This program is fully online and provides relevant content and practical application to today’s careers. With an accelerated 7-week format, this degree is flexible for full-time working adults. Experienced professors integrate a faith component into supply chain management.
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Charleston Southern University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
Your next step to
becoming an online student
- Official transcripts from ALL institutions attended
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV) detailing professional experience
In the MS Supply Chain Management program, you’ll take courses like…
- Making Ethical Management Decisions
- Managerial Innovation Strategies
- Strategic Procurement
- Transportation and Distribution Management
- Supply Chain Information Technology
Faculty and Staff
Dean of the College of Adult and Professional Studies and Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs
I enjoyed my master’s program with CSU. It always adds to my knowledge and sharpens my experience, not only to progress in my career but there were a lot of learnings that boosted my performance.Alaa Rahi `19 / MS Supply Chain Management