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Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM)

Program details

The Master of/Magisteriate in Supply Chain Management is a 16-month applied research program consisting of both course work (seminars) and an applied research project. Most course work is completed in the first year of the program, while the research project is completed in the second year.

The MSCM program provides excellent preparation for students interested in an inter-disciplinary perspective, exposing them to a number of business and engineering areas, including marketing, industrial engineering, statistics, finance, change and stakeholder management and information systems. Students will learn to bring an integrated approach to operations management, logistics, procurement, and information technology to manage materials, inventory and goods from their points of origin to their points of consumption.


  • The JMSB MSCM is a 45-credit program consisting of 10 three-credit seminars and a fifteen-credit applied research project
  • Full-time students normally complete the program within 16 months. 
  • Part-time students take three to four years.
  • The first part of the MSCM program is made up of:
    • 2 core seminars
    • 5 Supply Chain Management seminars
    • 3 elective seminars
    • One 15-credit Applied Research Project


The schedule for the MSCM classes will be available soon. As the program is small, classes will only be offered once per year and during the day. Part-time students are welcome in the program but may have to make arrangements with their employer to attend classes.

Seminar/credit type Course
  • MSCA 602: Applied Linear Statistical Models (3 credits)
  • MSCA 615: Research Methodology - Administrative Sciences (3 credits)
Supply Chain Management
  • MSCM 681: Advanced Modelling and Optimization (3 credits)
  • MSCM 682: Sourcing and Global Logistics (3 credits)
  • MSCM 683: Supply Chain Design and Coordination (3 credits)
  • MSCM 684: Demand Management (3 credits)
  • MSCM 685: Supply Chain Risk Management (3 credits)
  • 9 credits chosen from the approved list
Applied research projects
  • 15 credits
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