M.S. in Supply Chain Management

Supply chains are critical to global business success and require individuals who are simultaneously analytical, flexible, quantitatively skilled, and globally aware.

Lally's M.S. in Supply Chain Management is designed to turn technically oriented undergraduates into professionals who can identify and confidently solve dynamic problems that often have no perfect answer. Our curriculum adopts an interdisciplinary focus that integrates concepts from industrial marketing, operations management, and information systems.
Your skills will develop rapidly through rigorous studies in the fundamentals of business followed by specialized courses in Supply Chain Management and electives that enable you to apply your new skills. We use sophisticated in-class simulation games and mentoring from ongoing interaction with a highly engaged advisory board of executives.
Also, check out our Center for Supply Chain and Analytics web page and monthy seminar series. 
In less than one year, you’ll be ready to begin a transformative career in supply chain management, logistics, operations management, consulting or procurement and sourcing. On average, graduates report a starting salary of $76,000 within three months of graduation.
STEM Degree
The MSM-OR/SCM program qualifies as a STEM degree (science, technology, engineering, or math). 

Curriculum & Courses

The curriculum includes three parts: a business core, a supply chain core that includes both modeling and quantitative approaches, and specialized electives that include project-based courses that allow students to develop expertise in specific areas of supply chain management.

Curriculum, Course Descriptions, and Class Hours

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A Message from the Director

Learn more about the M.S. in Supply Chain Management at the Rensselaer Lally School from the program director, T. Ravichandran, the Irene and Robert Bozzone ’55 Distinguished Professor, and Associate Dean of Research.

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Capstone Project

Lally M.S. Supply Chain Management students complete their studies with an intensive semester-long capstone project working on a live supply chain problem in a partner company.  This project leads to a presentation of results and recommendations to company executives.

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A Student's Perspective

Christian Griffin discusses her experiences and job placement from the M.S. in Supply Chain Management program at the Rensselaer Lally School.

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