Master's In Supply Chain Management

Globalization is significantly impacting the complex supply chain process of getting products from a supplier to you, the consumer.

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4 years

Approximate Program Length


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Cost per Credit

Online & campus


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Master Degree Programs(Business)

24 months after bachelor degree
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  • Master of Business in Real Estate Management
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  • Master of Business in International Business
  • Master of Business in Supply Chain Management
  • Master of Business in E-Commerce
  • Master of Business in Project Management
  • Master of Science in Economics

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12~24 months after bachelor degree graduation
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  • Master of Science of Architecture
  • Master of Science in Civil Engineering
  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Computer Engineering
  • Master of Science in Electronics Engineering

KISREAD ® WCUIC University's M.A, M.Sc. OR MBA.

in Supply Chain Management gives you an interdisciplinary deep dive into logistics, contracts, and reverse logistics from a global perspective.

Our program will help you investigate, understand, analyze, critique, and solve the complex challenges of moving goods in, through, and around an interconnected global supply chain

With other students in this master’s degree in supply chain management program, you will collaborate in an engaging online/open and distance learning environment to focus on
  • Purchasing
  • Transportation
  • Logistics
  • Distribution
  • Warehousing
  • Reverse logistics
  • Acquisitions management

Competition, technology, innovation, and regulation are converging to make the supply chain management process even more complex. So, this critical industry needs novice and rising leaders in sectors including retail, manufacturing, government, and transportation.

You will be learning from industry-connected faculty bringing their knowledge of supply chain management, reverse logistics, retail management, and engineering management in complex military and business environments.

To ensure the program is on the leading edge, the university has engaged the expertise of respected leaders in the supply chain management industry.


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  • SCM 101: Functional English
  • SCM 102: Business and Portfolio Management
  • EBA 100105: Introductory Taxation
  • EBA 100106: Mathematics for Economists
  • EBA100107: Microeconomicsi>


  • SCM 208: Price Theory and Application
  • EBA 200109: Mathematical Methods and Models for Economists
  • SCM 210: Public Enterprises
  • EBA200111: Ecological Economics
  • EBA 200112: Budget and Budgetary Control
  • EBA 200113: Development planning and Business System
  • EBA 200114: Economic Principles of Law


  • EBA 300115: Introductory Econometrics
  • EBA 300116: Foundation of Dynamic Economic Analysis
  • SCM 317: Economic and Business Decision Analysis
  • SCM 318: Market-Valuation in Life and Pension Insurance
  • EBA 300119: Microeconomics for Business Administration
  • EBA 300120: Ethics and Business
  • EBA 300121: Biodiversity Economics


  • EBA 400122: Econometric Modeling and Inference
  • SCM 423: International Finance and Trade Policy
  • SCM 424: Multinational Enterprise and Economic Analysis
  • EBA 400125: Introductory Econometrics for Finance
  • EBA 400126: Managerial Economics
  • SCM 427: Economics of Climate Change 1


  • SCM 503: The US Commercial policy
  • SCM 505: Internet and Digital Economics
  • SCM 518: Capital Market Operations and Securities Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • EBA 500129: Bayesian Econometric Methods
  • EBA 500130: Micro -econometric Analysis
  • EBA 500131: Macro -econometric Analysis
  • SCM 527: Economics of Climate Change II
  • SCM 532: Quantitative Methods for Applied Economics and Business Research
  • EBA 500133: Economics of Input-Output Analysis
  • SCM 534: Economics of Financial Markets
  • SCM 535: Science and Politics of Global Climate