Master's in Global Supply Chain Management
The Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management offers a perspective on supply chain management from the world’s three largest economies. 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. Graduates leave with a global perspective, a global network and the skills necessary to excel in managing global supply chains.
The first cohort of students in this program enroll in the fall of 2017, but Haslam has a strong reputation in supply chain across all education levels. Garter ranked its current supply chain graduate programs second in the United States. Kuehne and Tongji have similarly strong reputations, being ranked in the top five internationally oriented universities for business (CHE) and as the seventh-ranked business school in China (Eduniversal) respectively.
Master's in Supply Chain Management Online
Supply chain is a fast-moving, constantly evolving field. But with the right perspective, you’ll be able to solve complex problems and turn industry disruption into an advantage for your organization. Get your MS in Supply Chain Management with Haslam — online — and learn to stay ahead as supply chain continues to change.