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Supply Chain Management Programs


The Bachelor and Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (SCM) are STEM degree programs that deal with issues related to developing, producing, and delivering goods and services from suppliers to customers. Students enrolled in the supply chain management programs gain the knowledge, skills, and expertise necessary to manage and improve the efficiency and productivity of business operations, and to improve the quality of services and goods produced. Our faculty have significant teaching, research, and business expertise in logistics, purchasing, sourcing, supply chain, and operations management.

BS SCM

The Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management (BS SCM) is a STEM degree program that provides a managerial perspective on production and service operations. Upon completing the BS Supply Chain Management program, students will have the knowledge and skills needed to help future employers maximize efficiency and profitability.

BS Fast-Track to MS SCM

The Fast-Track programs are designed to permit undergraduate students enrolled at UT Dallas to begin work on their graduate degree before graduation. Qualified seniors may take graduate courses in Management that will apply toward the Bachelor of Science degree and also satisfy requirements for the Master’s degree.

MS SCM Program

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MS SCM) is an STEM degree program that teaches design and management of industrial supply chains, including how to improve operations and how to resolve related key issues. SCM graduates use their analytical decision-making skills and advanced knowledge to address supply chain concerns that arise as operations become increasingly more sophisticated. In addition, we offer an MBA degree with concentration in Supply Chain Management.

PhD with OM Concentration

The goal of the doctoral program in operations management is to educate future practitioners and researchers in the concepts and analytical techniques needed to understand and advance scientific solutions to the problems currently faced by operations managers. Students may combine a major in finance, information systems or marketing with one in operations management/supply chain management.