The Georgia Tech Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering is an engineering graduate degree program designed to meet growing industry demand for business-savvy engineers who can design and synchronize highly complex global supply chains. The program's intensive curriculum delivers academic knowledge in analytic methods, supply chain engineering, and enterprise management while building professional practice skills and real-world industry experience, all leading to a respected engineering graduate degree from the #1 ranked Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE).
Program applicants may come from a wide range of academic, business, and geographical backgrounds, but they will share a common motivation: to pursue a highly focused graduate education experience in supply chain engineering. Most graduates immediately head to career opportunities with global enterprises, but the program is also useful preparation for follow-on research study in an engineering or business Ph.D. program focused on supply chain challenges.
The M.S. in Supply Chain Engineering is a STEM-designated degree program that can be completed in 12 months (Fall-Spring-Summer). Some students choose to complete the degree in 16 months (Fall-Spring-Fall).