Schulich School of Business at York University will begin accepting applications for its new Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) degree program in July 2018. The program is specifically designed to prepare students for leadership roles in building, managing and designing supply chains.
The program is unique in that it may be taken on full-time schedule in 12 months by graduates of business, economics, science and engineering degree programs or on a part-time basis by working professionals for completion in as little as two years. Classes begin in May 2019.
“The Schulich Master of Supply Chain Management degree program will uniquely equip students with the industry knowledge and leadership skills they need to effectively manage continuous change and advance their careers in supply chain management,” said David Johnston, program director and professor of Operations Management and Information Systems at Schulich.
Students will build their knowledge of purchasing, logistics, operations management, customer service, manufacturing, international trade and business analytics. The academic curriculum will be strengthened by experience-based, collaborative learning opportunities, including a major integrative consulting project where students will work with organizations to help analyze, solve and implement solutions to their real-world supply chain management problems.
For more information, visit the Master of Supply Chain Management program website.