Logistics and supply chain management are two of the fastest-growing areas in business today. A master’s degree in logistics and supply chain management is designed to prepare students for advanced professional training in this field. These programs typically offer courses in global sourcing, marketing, leadership, risk analytics, and other related topics
A logistics and supply chain management (SCM) master’s degree program is sometimes offered as a masters in logistics, masters in SCM, or masters in logistics and SCM.
There are plenty of online, campus, and hybrid programs available for those interested in pursuing a masters’s degree in logistics and/or supply chain management. Use the links below to navigate our list of degrees.
- Featured Masters In Logistics And Supply Chain Management Programs
- All Masters In Logistics And Supply Chain Management Programs By State
Featured Logistics And Supply Chain Management Programs
No matter where you live or how busy you are, you can earn a graduate degree in logistics management, supply chain management, or logistics and supply chain management. The programs in this list are offered completely online, allowing you to work towards your degree on your timetable.
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management and Logistics: “The course content of the Master in Business Administration Supply Chain Management and Logistics degree builds on your existing knowledge and experience in business to increase your critical thinking, leadership and management skills for new opportunities in administrative roles. You will gain important insights into the supply logistics in domestic and global business markets.” Click Here to request information about this program.
Master of Business Administration in Logistics Management: “Colorado Technical University offers a Master of Business Administration in Logistics Management degree that is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business School Programs (ACBSP). Graduates of this program will be able to understand logistics management from a global, international, and domestic perspective, and apply managerial logistics to support procurement, acquisition, transportation, and contract management.” Click Here to request information about this program.
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management: “Gain the edge necessary to accelerate your career growth with a Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management from Ashford University. Enhance your professional confidence, project management, and critical thinking and leadership abilities. You can enhance your education and elevate your professional position after a program consisting of only 33 credits.” Click Here to request information about this program.
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Global Integration Management: “Saint Leo University’s MBA in Supply Chain Global Integration Management is designed to examine the best practices for selection, development, alignment, and enhancement of integrated global supply chains with a focus on both effectiveness and efficiency. The learning outcomes are specific to the needs of companies which need the knowledge resources to create a best-in-class supply chain which is flexible, agile, and reliable in order to meet all supply chain stakeholder needs.” Click Here to request information about this program.
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management: “When you pursue the MBA supply chain management track, you’ll earn the same number of credits as Quinnipiac University’s traditional MBA program. The first 34 credits of the track are the MBA core requirements. You can then take specialized courses that focus on supply chain management to complete the 46 credits you need to earn your MBA.” Click Here to request information about this program.
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management and Logistics: “Norwich’s 36-credit online MBA program is made up of six courses, each of which is delivered through our online classroom over 11 weeks. Students master one course at a time, to create a strong foundation of knowledge and context for future topics. The Supply Chain Management and Logistics concentration allows you to cultivate the advanced skills needed to affordably and effectively manage supply and demand within and across companies.” Click Here to request information about this program.
All Logistics And Supply Chain Management Programs By State
Here you’ll find logistics, supply chain management, and business in logistics and/or supply chain management master’s degree programs. If your state isn’t listed here, not to worry. Many of these programs are designed to accommodate distance learners.
Click on the links below to jump to a specific state’s programs.
Master of Science in Supply Chain and Logistics Management: “The Master of Science in Supply Chain and Logistics Management (MS-SCLM) program is designed as a specialized management graduate degree to serve working professionals who are interested in developing and/or enhancing their knowledge and skills in supply chain management.”
Master of Science in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management: “The Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Master’s Degree Program is designed for the professional who seeks advanced preparation in logistics, inventory management, transportation, sales, and procurement. Core courses focus on the development of project management skills that are designed to prepare graduates for responsible leadership roles in technology and information-based workplaces.”
Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management: “UAA offers a Master of Science degree in Global Supply Chain Management (MS GSCM) entirely online. The five semester, twenty-month program allows students to complete a graduate degree rich in the most up-to-date and practical logistics and global supply chain management content while building meaningful relationships with industry contacts from around the world – all 100% online.”
Master of Science in Global Logistics: “The W. P. Carey Master of Science in Global Logistics (MS-GL) degree provides specialized knowledge to understand multicultural perspectives and solve global operations challenges. In only 9 months, you can build a stronger foundation for a growing international field through a curriculum developed by one of the top supply chain management departments in the country.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management Program (MSSCM) teaches the design and management of processes and systems that develop, source, produce, and deliver goods and services to customers.”
Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management: “USC’s master degree in Global Supply Chain Management’s combines a business education similar to an MBA with the strong and functional knowledge expected from a Master Degree in Supply Chain Management or Logistics. Students will gain a complete understanding of subjects like strategic procurement, outsourcing, logistics and distribution, the role of information technology in managing global supply chains and how these impact the process of developing new products.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “USD’s 36-unit web-based curriculum is highly interactive—and flexible—for working supply chain professionals. Throughout the program, you’ll learn how to meet regulatory and environmental demands for sustainability and learn to increase the efficiency of your own supply chain.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The Leeds MS Supply Chain Management program (MSSC), ranked among the top 25 Supply Chain Graduate Programs in North America by Gartner, Inc., provides students with the expertise needed to manage business supply chains in the global economy. With the STEM-designated MS Supply Chain Management degree from Leeds, you’ll find your skills in high demand across industries around the globe.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The goal of the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is to prepare individuals for operational leadership within the private for-profit, nonprofit and local government sectors, including the military.”
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management: “By enrolling in the M.B.A. with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management program, students come to understand both the familiarity of domestic suppliers and sophistication of sourcing products and services internationally. Graduates will be able to hit the ground running, capable of making immediate contributions to the management and decision making processes as they relate to your organization’s supply chain activities.”
Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management: “Georgia College is home to the State of Georgia’s oldest logistics program (40+ years) and has recently updated the curriculum and expanded the flexibility of this program to meet the increased demand for logistics education in the state by introducing an online program.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering: “The program’s intensive 12-month curriculum delivers academic knowledge in analytic methods, supply chain engineering, and enterprise management while building professional practice skills and real-world industry experience.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain and Operations Management: “The UIC MS in Supply Chain and Operations Management is directed at meeting the growing demand for professionals in supply chain and operations. It provides foundational knowledge in this area, integrating analytical modeling approaches, enterprise systems, data, analytics and business intelligence, and develops leadership skills and a global context.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain: “For supply chain industry professionals who are seeking management roles, DePaul’s Supply Chain Management master’s degree will provide you with the necessary leadership and technical skills.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program focuses on the major areas of the industry, including purchasing, transportation, logistics, distribution, and warehousing. We help you understand and solve the complex challenges of moving goods globally—on time and on budget—to ensure they arrive when and where they should.”
Master of Science in Business Administration: Supply Chain Management: “The concentration in Supply Chain Management is designed to develop leaders who understand (1) how to assess the trade-offs and make the decisions necessary to sustain high quality products and services at lower costs while maintaining the flexibility necessary to adapt and to respond to evolving market trends; and (2) how to coordinate and integrate supply chain solutions across various intra -organizational and inter -organizational interfaces in any business or organization.”
Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management: “With an online MS in Global Supply Chain Management, you’ll be ready to meet the demands of today’s global market as you maximize your business’s financial goals. You’ll open up new connections and opportunities with your skills and knowledge, becoming a sought-after specialist who manages complex logistics. You’ll learn material sourcing, distribution and inventory management, operations management, accounting, and supply chain.”
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management: “The Department of Supply Chain and Information Systems participates in the full-time and part-time Master of Business Administration (MBA) and in the PhD in Business and Technology programs. The department also participates in the interdepartmental MS in Transportation program.”
Master of Science in Business: Supply Chain Management and Logistics: “The Master of Science in Business with concentration in Supply Chain Management and Logistics complements the quality training and experience military logisticians will typically enjoy, while providing a broader, civilian economy focus.”
Master of Science in Management Science and Supply Chain Management: “The interdisciplinary degree is designed by the Barton School of Business and College of Engineering to offer experiential instructions and research in global supply chain management, procurement, logistics, supply chain risk management, and supply chain analytics.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program will help you develop strong managerial skills and connect with supply chain executives from a cross-section of industries. Whether you’re a recent graduate or a manager, you’ll receive hands-on training in skills critical for supply chain executives, including project and supply chain operations management and Six Sigma.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “Our program works for people who are already in a career path, see the opportunities in supply chain and want to retool themselves, or for students who have been supply chain professionals for 10 or 20 years and want a program that gives them a 360-degree approach that covers logistics, distribution, technology, procurement and project management.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “Offered online, on campus, and in a blended format, the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) degree program at Boston University’s Metropolitan College examines the design, optimization, and operation of a global supply chain. The curriculum covers the essentials of lean production, global supply chain coordination, risk mitigation, strategic logistics management, and import-export operations.”
Master of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management: “The Supply Chain Management Residential (SCMr) program is designed for early-career supply chain professionals who want to return to school to receive advanced, specialized training in supply chain management. Students with 3 to 8 years of work experience are in the best position to gain from the SCMr program and also contribute the most to class discussions. Candidates should also have strong quantitative skills, including some college-level calculus, linear algebra, and probability/statistics.”
Master of Supply Chain Management: “The Michigan Ross Master of Supply Chain Management, ranked fourth in the nation by U.S. News and World Report and Gartner Inc., prepares you to expertly navigate the new challenges facing the industry. Through our holistic curriculum, you will gain a deep understanding of end-to-end, global supply chain management.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management degree program is a nontraditional, innovative blend of in-residency classes and e-learning segments. Our program combines three-day, onsite sessions with eight-week, semester-based online modules.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “Upon completion of the master’s degree program, graduates will be prepared to take lead roles in developing, directing and evolving supply chain systems in global corporations. The master’s degree is a hybrid of regularly scheduled online instruction with face-to-face meetings three weekends per semester. Students can complete the degree in two years.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The MS in Supply Chain Management Program prepares future supply chain leaders who think strategically on the topic. In a rigorous one-year program designed for working professionals, students cultivate an end-to-end understanding of supply chains, enhance their leadership abilities, and hone the skills to drive success for their organizations.”
Master of Science in Logistics, Trade, and Transportation: “The Master of Science in Logistics, Trade, and Transportation (MS LTT) is an interdisciplinary program which is comprised of 30 total credit hours. This LTT program can be completed in one year and customized to meet career advancement needs. The MS LTT program comprises of logistics, supply chain management, global trade and economic development, business, and other courses.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “Fontbonne University’s Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program has been recognized by Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine as one of the top 35 programs in Supply Chain Management. Courses are offered in an eight-week online format. Program curriculum will help prepare you for the Council of Supply Chain Management SCPro Level One Certification.”
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management: “A concentration in Supply Chain Management allows you to customize your program in order to enhance your professional and personal success through the development of critical skills in quality management, process improvement, and sustainability. Specific topics in this concentration include materials management, logistics, global sourcing, new product innovation, and strategic supply chain management.”
Master of Business Administration in Operations and Supply Chain Management: “The MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management degree online program exposes you to the latest topics in the field, preparing you to make critical management decisions. Our knowledgeable faculty brings real-world expertise and applications to both operations management and supply chain management courses.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “Rutgers Business School’s Master of Science (M.S.) in Supply Chain Management online program is an innovative, solution-oriented master’s degree that can be instrumental in taking you to the next level in your career. There is a certificate option with the completion of four courses.”
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management: “With a focus on an ethics-centered education, our M.B.A. starts with a core curriculum that covers accounting, economics, the behavioral and quantitative sciences, and the functional areas of business.”
Master of Business Administration in Operations and Supply Chain Management: “Through a combination of cross-disciplinary instruction, and hard and soft skill development, our AACSB-accredited program will prepare you to effectively manage your career throughout your lifetime. Upon the completion of our M.B.A. program, you’ll be able to utilize technology support systems to strengthen organizational decision processes.”
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management and Global Sourcing: “A specialization in Supply Chain Management and Global Sourcing is particularly relevant to those who wish to pursue careers in management consulting, managing information systems, product management, and supply chain management.”
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management: “Working in multidisciplinary teams, students develop in-depth knowledge of the entire flow of the end-to-end supply chain, from raw materials to finished products, with a special emphasis on information and supply flow throughout the process. Students develop the skills needed to write effective management reports, manage teams of workers, and make persuasive management presentations.”
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management: “The 100% online Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Supply Chain Management from The University of North Carolina at Pembroke is designed to give you the business knowledge and skills you need to effectively manage the flow of goods and services from point of origin to point of consumption.”
Master of Managerial Logistics: “The Department of Transportation, Logistics and Finance offers a Master’s degree in Managerial Logistics (MML). The degree is awarded through the College of Business in collaboration with the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute to provide high quality graduate programs for students.”
Master of Business Logistics Engineering: “One of only a few similar programs at top universities in the country, the Master of Business Logistics Engineering (MBLE) is designed to enable you to enter the job market equally comfortable with logistics strategy, the management of logistics operations, and engineering tasks such as facility design and implementation of logistics technology.”
Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management: “The field of supply chain management is continuing to grow as demand for professionals who manage the flow and transport of goods and services increases. This master’s program prepares you for careers that require knowledge in how to manage global supply chains for major corporations and organizations.”
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain and Logistics Management: “The Supply Chain and Logistics Management option offers students a focus for their MBA that includes acquiring a solid mastery of international operations and supply chain and logistics management concepts and methods. This MBA option prepares graduates for operations, logistics and supply chain management in the service and manufacturing industries.”
Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management: “The MS in Global Supply Chain Management (MSGSCM) fuses a rigorous core curriculum with real-world case studies, exploration of trending topics and leading-edge sustainable business practices, and international field studies to South America or Asia. Course content is co-created with top executives at global companies including Nike, Boeing, and Daimler to reflect current and future leading-edge sustainable business practices.”
Master of Professional Studies in Supply Chain Management: “As logistics and supply chain networks become increasingly complex, with tighter deadlines and greater financial risks from disruptions, benefit from additional education and credentials to assist you in your current position and advance in your career. Emerge from the MPS/SCM Program with the skills and abilities to think in tandem about the people, processes, and technologies required for world-class integrated supply chain management.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management and Logistics: “The Master’s of Science in Supply Chain Management and Logistics degree program at Drexel LeBow, as part of the Operations Management program in the Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems department, develops professionals’ theoretical and practical knowledge to effectively lead the flow of goods and services in a complex, global business environment.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The blended program format of online learning and face-to-face sessions provides flexibility and convenience along with opportunities to collaborate on real projects and network with industry leaders. This is 30-credit degree program with face-to-face evening and online classes.”
Master of Science in Operations Managementt: “The Rhode Island College Master of Science in Operations Management program is designed to provide knowledge and skills that can be applied at the strategic and operational levels of both for-profit and not-for- profit organizations. The program focuses on managing those processes that produce and distribute goods and services and in effectively leading and shaping the workplace in which those processes are carried out.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management prepares graduates with critical skills necessary to succeed in the emerging field of data science. The CSU curriculum emphasizes effective analytical techniques, data mining, business analysis and modeling, analytic decision-making and more.”
Master of Business Administration in Operations and Supply Chain Management : “The Operations & Supply Chain Management MBA focuses on supply chain management, lean management, quality control, and other topics relevant in today’s rapidly evolving global market. The core MBA classes prepare students for leadership in any business role. Students pursuing the Operations and Supply Chain Management specialization can cultivate a more focused career path with strengths in managing logistics, sourcing, quality, and waste elimination.”
Master of Science on Global Supply Chain Management: “Modelled after the highly successful executive MBA, the MS in global supply chain management exposes students to study in Germany, China and the United States. The program has a single, integrated group of students who study at three institutions: the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business, Kuehne Logistics University and Tongji University’s School of Economics and Management.”
Master of Science in Logistics: “The Logistics Program is designed to meet an increasing state, national, and international demand for professionals with technical or business education and experience in the area of logistics and supply chain. Logistics professionals will need a unique combination of technical and business knowledge and skills and have technical experience and degrees in engineering, mathematics or business.”
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: “The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MS SCM) is an STEM degree program that teaches design and management of industrial supply chains, including how to improve operations and how to resolve related key issues. SCM graduates use their analytical decision-making skills and advanced knowledge to address supply chain concerns that arise as operations become increasingly more sophisticated.”
Master of Supply Chain Management: “The MSCM program emphasizes innovation and critical thinking in the supply chain management practice. Our coursework provides foundational knowledge of established and emerging supply chain practices, and methodological approaches for analyzing supply chain problems and opportunities.”
Master of Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics: “The online Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics program focuses on the complex challenges that face industry professionals today. The program delivers advanced skills and best practices in a variety of disciplines, including finance, sustainability and performance management.”
Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management: “This specialization provides the cross-functional and strategic breadth needed to have a comprehensive understanding of supply chain management. Students undergo training in everything from data analytics and demand to the marketing, promotion, and sourcing of goods.”
Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management: “The Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management program examines the interplay and coordination of business, industrial studies, and engineering, providing you with real-world capabilities that stretch beyond the typical master’s degree in business.”