Supply Chain Management
For individuals who
Are looking for an advanced degree concentrating in purchasing, logistics, negotiation and risk management.
A non-thesis master's program focused on business operations, analytics and information systems. A program to help you succeed in supply chain and logistics.
- Purchasing Agent
- Inventory Manager
- Manufacturing Supervisor
- Operations Manager
- Logistics Analyst
These programs target aspiring supply chain professionals, industry professionals, military officers and Department of Defense civilians who want to meet all the supply chain challenges of the 21st century. A wide range of career opportunities exists in the supply chain industry, including supply chain manager, logistics manager, warehouse/distribution manager, business process improvement analyst, and many more.
The uniqueness of the MSCM and ERP programs are reflected in its curriculum focus, which is a direct derivative of the private industry needs and Army's National Logistics Curriculum. The following focus areas define a framework for expected outcomes and curricula:
- integrated supply chain management
- procurement, sourcing, and financial planning of the supply chain
- supply chain optimization and planning
- global supply chain management
- technology enablers for supply chain
- change management and leadership
- enterprise resource planning including hands-on SAP training and data analytics
- remote sensing and adaptive logistics planning
- transportation analysis and planning for logistics
- emergency management
Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM)
The MSCM is a non-thesis degree. Students will participate in a multitude of interdisciplinary courses that will enhance and develop their supply chain skills, research abilities, and their capacity to apply them in real world situations.
Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
SAP is the leading global provider of ERP software. More than 200,000 organizations around the world use SAP software to streamline the management of their business processes. More than 80% of Fortune 1000 companies use SAP to integrate their business activities. To best use their SAP solutions, organizations need people with ERP knowledge and skill to drive business processes effectively and efficiently.
The MSCM program offers three courses in SAP that will give you the skills needed to be a leader in the next generation of digital enterprise. These graduate-level courses include up to 50 hours of hands-on experience learning enterprise resource integration of supply chain processes such as procurement, material management, production, distribution and fulfillment.
North Dakota State University is a member of the SAP University Alliances, which allows our students to learn by having access to SAP data to manipulate and experience real world situations.