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What does it cost?

Georgia residents: $37,500
Non-Georgia residents: $43,500
Nonrefundable seat deposit: $250

Tuition is subject to change.

How long will it take?

12 months (3 semesters)

Classes two evenings a week: Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30-9:45 p.m. The schedule allows working professionals to advance their current careers.

Where can I take classes?
Buckhead Center (200 Tower Place)

Application Deadlines View Admissions Requirements

The Robinson College of Business reviews applications by admissions rounds. The online application and all additional required materials must be submitted by the deadline to be considered for that round. Each admissions round has a decision release date. Find out when a decision is expected to be released for your program.

Students can enter the program in the fall.


Supply Chain Management, M.S.

Robinson's M.S. in Supply Chain Management is designed to equip students with advanced analytical and managerial skills needed to drive performance and effect positive change in today’s complex supply chains. Special emphasis is placed on the role of coordination and synchronization across all members of the supply chain to collectively create value for customers in the most efficient way possible. Students will put their new knowledge into action through a hands-on project addressing a pressing, real-world supply chain challenge.

Network with the Global Logistics RoundTable

A unique strength of the program is Robinson's close ties to industry partners through our Global Logistics Roundtable (GLR). The GLR comprises executives with senior-level responsibility for logistics, operations, and supply chain management at nationwide companies. Students will have the opportunity to network with GLR members throughout the program.

Examples of Participating Firms

  • AJC International
  • Chick-fil-A
  • Deloitte
  • The Home Depot
  • Mercedes-Benz USA
  • Ryerson

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Program Highlights

  • Graduate in just 12 months
  • Build relevant skills and move ahead fast
  • Develop proficiency in data-driven decision making
  • Complete experiential, hands-on projects tackling real-world business challenges
  • Network with senior supply chain management professionals
  • Build managerial savvy

Capstone Project

As part of the capstone course, Supply Chain Management Field Study/Research Project (MGT 8790), students will identify a key supply chain management challenge facing a host organization, devise a plan to address it, and coordinate with organization representatives to gather critical input data and managerial support for the successful completion of their task.

Students will build skills such as:

  • Identifying and leveraging supply chain best practices
  • Managing project timelines and owning all results
  • Working around major barriers to progress
  • Providing convincing arguments to support formulated business recommendations
  • Tracking overall project KPIs and delivering excellent results

Program Details

Robinson's M.S. in Supply Chain Management is designed to equip students with advanced analytical and managerial skills needed to drive performance and effect positive change in today’s complex supply chains.

Application Requirements

Learn more about the application process and what you will need to apply.


Mini-Mester 1

  • MGT 8710 - Managing Logistics and Supply Chains
  • MGT 8740 – Supply Chain Strategy

Mini-Mester 2

  • MGT 8720 - Strategic Sourcing and Procurement Management
  • MGT 8760 - Quality Management in Supply Chains


Mini-Mester 1

  • MGT 8770 - Service Operations Management
  • MGT 8780 - Supply Chain Analytics

Mini-Mester 2

  • MGT 8730 - Project Management
  • MGT 8040 - Data Mining


  • MGT 8430 - Negotiation
  • MGT 8790 - Supply Chain Management Field Study/Research Project

Georgia residents: $37,500
Non-Georgia residents: $43,500
Nonrefundable seat deposit: $250

Tuition is subject to change.

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Graduate assistantships are available to offset program costs.

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You will be paired with a Graduate Student Experience professional who stays on top of the extracurricular programming that will enhance your academic journey and propel your career. Activities include boot camps on topics that are relevant to your field, professional workshops, networking events, recruiting fairs, and meet-and-greets intended to create camaraderie with your peers.

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The mission of the M.S. in Supply Chain Management is to help students adopt a systems approach to supply chain management and familiarize themselves with the interdependencies of supply chain processes. Through interactive classroom discussions and hands-on student-led projects, students will develop a good understanding of the strategic importance of supply chain management in achieving overall business success as well as key supply chain management issues and best practices. Graduates from the program will be able to use analytical tools and problem-solving skills to efficiently and effectively manage logistics and supply chain operations.


Graduates of this program will have the necessary education to compete for management positions in logistics and supply chain management.

Such positions may include:

  • Demand planning analyst/manager
  • Buyer
  • Procurement manager
  • Purchasing manager
  • Supply chain analyst/planner/manager
  • Logistics analyst/manager
  • Transportation manager
  • Warehouse operations manager
  • Supply chain consultant

Meet Your Faculty

Visiting Executive in Residence

Loren Buysman

Senior Lecturer; Former Executive, McKesson Corporation

Deepa Goradia

Assistant Professor; Associate Editor, Journal of Management

Frank Lee

Clinical Associate Professor

Edward Miles

Associate Department Chair; Faculty Recognition Award for Excellence in Teaching

Issam Moussaoui

Clinical Assistant Professor; Director, Global Logistics RoundTable

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