Applications for the Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management are submitted through the University of Tennessee’s Graduate School.
GMAT/GRE: Test scores from either the GMAT or GRE are required of most applicants, but can be waived for qualified students. Contact us for more information.
English Language Proficiency: For applicants whose native language is not English who have not previously studied at UT, the TOEFL or the IELTS test is required. Scores must be provided directly by ETS (Educational Testing Service) to the UT Office of Graduate Studies. The program follows the Graduate Schools guidelines for minimum scores. Scores are valid for two years.
Interview: An interview is required. Students will be contacted after their application is received on how to move forward with an interview.
Tuition & Financial Aid
U.S. News & World Report recently ranked the University of Tennessee among the top 10 best buys in higher education. Forbes also ranked Knoxville as having the second lowest cost of living of all U.S. cities. An up-to-date schedule of tuition and fees for in- and out-of-state students can be found on UT’s Graduate School website.
Tuition and fees listed on the graduate school’s website do not include room, board, books and supplies or other living expenses. In addition to these costs, students admitted to Haslam’s MSGSCM program will be responsible for a $2,000 program fee ($500 per semester).
Learn about federal student loans and other need-based financial aid for graduate students at the One Stop Student Services Financial Aid page. Complete the FAFSA Application for Federal Student Aid) by February 15.
Key Admissions Dates
October 15th: Priority Admissions Review Date
November 15th: First Round Review Date
January 15th: Second Round Review Date
February 1st: Final review date for international students
March 15th: Third Round Review Date
April 1st: Fourth Round Review Date (based on space availability)
May 15th: Fifth Round Review Date
June 15th: Final Review Date
***Applications received by the 1st round will be given priority for merit-based fellowships and assistantships.