Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

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  Tuition and Program Costs

$643.31 / credit hour
Total = $19,299.30

Financial Aid  

Tuition / credit hour $596.80
Fee / credit hour  
Network & Data Systems $11.10
Library $4.16
Off-campus $30
Online Facilities $2

Tuition and fees per credit hour reflect fall 2022 rates.


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Be the Supply for the Demand

Professionals with advanced knowledge of supply chains are in increasing demand in response to the growing needs of customers, suppliers and shippers.

This online master’s program from the Sam M. Walton College of Business will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to drive success and deliver value in your organization.

Coursework will prepare you for leadership roles in planning, sourcing, operations, logistics, transportation, and new product launch. With classes covering end to end supply chain, you’ll learn a systems approach to sustainably manage the flow of information, material and financial exchanges into and through your organization by applying analytical, technological, and managerial skills.


An Elite Supply Chain Program

In 2022 and 2020, our undergraduate supply chain program was ranked # 1 in North America by Gartner, the leading global research firm.

As stated by Gartner, this #1 ranking is reflective of "inclusion of global content, great popularity within the industry, robust program size, strong internship and/or co-op participation, and starting salary."


Ranked number one undergraduate program for supply chain majors.



This program offers full- and -part-time course scheduling to accommodate working professionals and traditional full-time students. Do you have questions about your schedule options?


Dr. Dobrzykowski, associate professor and program director, provides a two-minute overview of the Walton College master's programs in supply chain management.

View 2-minute overview of the Walton Masters Programs in Supply Chain Management


Career Outlook

Per the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, “employment of logisticians is projected to grow 4 percent from 2019 to 2029.” Common job titles associated with the knowledge and skills obtained from the program are:

  • Supply chain managers
  • Logistics managers
  • Director of operations
  • Purchasing managers/buyers
  • International supply chain manager
  • International logistics consultant
  • Commodities manager
  • Director of supply chain operations
  • Logistics management analyst
  • Logistics director
  • Global logistics manager
  • Manufacturing and operations director
  • Supply chain project manager

According to, the median salary for a supply chain manager with a master's degree or MBA is $105,668 - $113,865. Experience and supervisory duties influence salary amounts.




The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is a STEM designated program.

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