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        Enjoy the variety of courses the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management has to offer. 

        If you are working full-time, you should attempt no more than 6 credit hours (i.e., 2 courses) per semester. Summer offerings are limited, and the condensed time frame is not often conducive to our working students. You should expect to take 5 semesters to complete the degree online. You have 6 years to complete the degree, but careful planning is necessary to ensure you complete all courses within that time frame.

        The degree program requires a minimum of 30 credit hours (10 graduate courses) based on the following coursework:

        Required Courses

        • SCMN 6390—Integrating Business Processes with ERP
        • SCMN 6500—Supply Chain Planning
        • SCMN 6600—Inventory/Warehouse Management 
        • SCMN 6720—Quality and Process Improvement
        • SCMN 7600—Supply Management and Manufacturing 
        • SCMN 7700—Demand Management and Fulfillment 
        • SCMN 7800—Supply Chain Strategy 
        • BUSI 7120—Quantitative Decision Making
        • BUSI 7150—Operational Excellence 
        • ISMN 6370—Project Management


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        Rafay Isfaq

        Dr. Rafay Ishfaq

        Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management, and Graduate Programs Coordinator
        434 Lowder Hall

        April Hurley

        April Hurley

        Student Services Coordinator
        (334) 844-8719
        4033 Horton-Hardgrave Hall

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