Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

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Master’s in SCM at UT Dallas

Dive deeper into the concepts, practices and technology that make supply chains thrive.

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Design and lead the future’s most effective supply chains.

Join a 36-credit hour hybrid degree offered in the fall, spring, and summer semesters via a convenient in-class or online format.

With a curriculum grounded in proven theory, best business practices, and emerging innovation, the Master’s in SCM program enables students to examine supply chain processes, manage information technology-enabled logistics, and craft supply chain strategies. Graduates will be prepared to design and lead the future’s most effective supply chain

Discover the employers and job titles that await our supply chain graduates

Student Testimonials

Arutselvan Pappathi Jeevagan

Arutselvan Pappathi Jeevagan

Supply Chain Analyst, Cloudflare

Supply chain is one of the most diverse and sought-after field in the world right now, so it is natural that it is very competitive.
Orzumand Khodiev

Orzumand Khodiev

Central Baggage Analyst Intern, Southwest Airlines

Being an International Student in one of the most competitive working environments in the US, makes my life a bumpy journey.
Sai Revanth Chandupatla

Sai Revanth Chandupatla

Pathways Operations Manager (LDP) Amazon

The MS SCM program at UTD is very unique and highly ranked and the learnings that I had from this program through lectures, case discussions, simulations and group projects helped me a lot in securing a coveted position at Amazon as Pathways Operations Manager.
Nilay Kulkarni

Nilay Kulkarni

The UT Dallas MS SCM is a fantastic and highly ranked program and the learnings from the program helped me with opportunity to secure the Sourcing Manager position with Micron.
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Master highly-ranked, industry-relevant course content

Take your career to the next level with our no. 11-ranked graduate supply chain management program.

STEMOur flexible classroom options, partnered with our world-class faculty, give this STEM-designated program a real edge for students serious about supply chain management careers.

Our innovative combination of in-person classes and e-learning formats allows students to work in and out of the classroom while collaborating with world-class faculty and researchers. Students pursuing the MSSCM program will gain deeper knowledge from a conceptual and experiential perspective of supply chain management strategies and technologies to position them as valuable assets for today’s global companies.

Dig into our dynamic curriculum that is the foundation of all our delivery formats
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10th Annual SCM Directors’ Conference (March 4-5, 2021)

Hosted by the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California University (No registration fee).

The Supply Chain Management Directors’ Conference helps degree program administrators in business schools make their programs better! The conference encourages thought-provoking conversations and debates on the issues confronting business schools in terms of developing, managing, and promoting SCM program at every level from the classroom through the industry engagement. The SCM program directors will:

  • Exchange notes about their programs and curricula
  • Discuss innovative and effective pedagogical approaches with faculty members
  • Identify placement opportunities for students
  • Learn from practitioners about new skills students need to be competitive in the marketplace.

Learn more about the SCM Director’s Conference
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Take advantage of different formats to maximize flexibility.

You can gain more in-depth knowledge of supply chain practices and technologies using a hybrid format of in-class and e-learning platforms.

This hybrid format model offers you the flexibility to pursue your master’s degree and your professional career at the same time.

The online offerings provide flexibility and more time back at the job. With a limited time-commitment for on-campus engagement than typically required, our students can complete their master’s degree from one of the leaders in Supply Chain Management education while in the workplace. In-class and online lectures are facilitated by the same UT Dallas Supply Chain Management faculty instructing in-class courses. This ensures students receive the same high level of knowledge regardless of format.

See how you can pursue your master’s fully- or partially online

Talk to a Student Ambassador

Viraj Pathare

Viraj M. Pathare – Class of 2021

Growing up my curiosity always revolved around business, management and understanding operations. I have my under graduation in Business Management and my first Masters in Economics and Financial Planning.
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M.Mahdi Samie Aliabadi

M.Mahdi Samie Aliabadi – Class of 2021

Having a background in Industrial engineering, I studied many disciplines during my undergrad studies. I have always tried to think outside of the box.
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Sumana Allagadda

Sumana Allagadda – Class of 2022

My name is Sumana Allagadda and I am from India. I completed my Under-graduation in Mechanical Engineering. After completing my degree, I got an opportunity to work for Mahindra Tractors for 3 years as Assistant Manager in Procurement.
Email Sumana
Rutwij Ghaisas

Rutwij Ghaisas – Class of 2021

The MS SCM program has a well-rounded curriculum, but more importantly has professors and advisors to help you out in honing your skills in Supply Chain Management.
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Tejal Dhamale

Tejal M. Dhamale, Class of 2021

I’m a Supply Chain Enthusiast and I love to learn about the current trends and practices in the Supply Chain Industry. Before starting my journey with UTD as a Supply Chain Management graduate student.
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Riya Shah

Riya Shah – Class of 2021

My name is Riya Shah, I am from Mumbai, India. After completing my undergraduate in Electronics Engineering, I landed on a Job in the IT industry.
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Yash K. Dedhia

Yash K. Dedhia – Class of 2021

My name is Yash Dedhia and I am from Mumbai, India. During my undergrad in Production Engineering I had great opportunities to work as a Project Management Intern at Larsen & Toubro Defence IC (L&T) and as a Manufacturing Intern at Blue Star India Ltd.
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Rajat Bangera

Rajat Bangera – Class of 2020

My name is Rajat Bangera and I am from India, the world’s fastest growing economy that attracts a wide variety of multinationals from within the manufacturing and retail industry.
Email Rajat
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Make relationships with employer partners.

Global operations don’t take chances when it comes to their supply chain operations.

Supply chain employers demand the best and brightest, which is why so many of the most innovative corporations worldwide rely on UT Dallas to prepare their future supply chain leaders for the challenges and opportunities of today and tomorrow.

See how your career can take off as a Supply Chain graduate

Highly Ranked Supply Chain Management Program


Supply Chain/Logistics Programs

Ranked no. 20 (tied) overall for Supply Chain/Logistics Programs, an MBA Specialties, U.S. News & World Report (2019-20).


Best Online Master’s in Supply Chain Management Degree

Ranked no. 1 in the U.S. by OnlineU (2020).


Best Value Master’s in Management Program

Ranked no. 21 in the U.S. by Value Colleges (2019).


Top 25 North American Supply Chain University Graduate Program

Ranked no. 11 in the U.S. by Gartner (2020).

no.3 / no.23

Best Master’s Ranking in Supply Chain and Logistics

Ranked no. 3 in the U.S. and no. 23 worldwide by Eduniversal (2020).

Class Profile

Demographic and Other Information

The Master’s in Supply Chain Management program provides students with advanced knowledge on how to identify, resolve and manage complex operational problems and introduces students to current supply chain operating practices, analysis methods, technology, applications and strategy developments.

We are proud of our supply chain management students. They come from a wide variety of backgrounds and experience and represent an array of races, gender, geography and cultures.

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Countries Represented

Armenia, Canada, China, Greece, India, Iran, Korea, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Taiwan, USA, Venezuela and Vietnam

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36% Female
64% Male


Median Age

in years


Years of Work Experience*

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Typical Undergraduate Degrees**

Engineering, Business, Science


Internship/Job Placements

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Average GPA

3.38 Undergraduate
3.55 Graduate

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Average Test Scores

595 GMAT
306 GRE


Average Alumni Salary

Source: Winter 2020 Salary Survey, National Association of Colleges and Employers

* Work experience is not required for joining the Master’s in Supply Chain Management program.

** To apply for Master’s in Supply Chain Management degree program, an undergrad business degrees is not required (all undergraduate majors welcome).

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