Connecting the World
When you understand a business from one end to the other, you make yourself indispensable—in a city that is one of the world’s greatest transportation and logistics hubs.
As a professional navigating a complex and global business environment, you need a degree that adds value. With Elmhurst’s MSCM you’ll offer organizations the much sought-after know-how in designing, planning and operating well-run supply chains.
You’ll be versed in the roles each functional area of a business plays in the supply chain and the cross-functional collaborative strategies needed in operating supply chains. But it will be the depth of your Elmhurst-acquired analytical skills that will give you your true leadership muscles.
A Network for the Rest of Your Professional Life
Your classmates in your cohort are business professionals who have been in the workplace for at least three years. You’ll gain a network of teachers, peers and more than 300 alumni who will support you throughout your career and connect you with employers nationally.
A Sampling of Supply Chain Careers
- Vice President of Supply Chain
- Business Intelligence Manager
- Sr. Manager, Analytics and Data Science
- Director of Global Operations
- Director of Strategic Sourcing
- Global Director of Procurement
- Logistics Manager
- Operations Manager
- On-campus, cohort model
- One evening per week
- Fall start
- Complete in less than two years
The MBA Option
Optimize your resume. Choose The MBA Option, a one-year program for MSCM graduates that leads to a master’s in business administration, with a specialization in supply chain.
The Right People on Your Side
At Elmhurst you’re learning from experts. Our faculty have experience in strategic sourcing and purchasing, logistics, operations management, IT, e-commerce and customer relations.
They’re also dedicated to expanding your reach, with fieldwork, connections and hands-on experience.
Our students graduate with expertise across all functional areas, so they can collaboratively create solutions with colleagues throughout an organization.Roby Thomas, Ph.D., program director