Supply Chain Analytics MS

Admission Requirements

Applicants must meet the general graduate admission requirements of the Graduate School, described in the UMSL catalog.  Students are considered for admission to the graduate program in Supply Chain Analytics only after they have formally applied for admission through the Graduate School.  

Degree Requirements

Required Courses
SCMA 5300Statistical Analysis for Management Decisions3
SCMA 5310Supply Chain Strategies3
SCMA 5320Supply Chain and Operations Management3
SCMA 6321Strategic Sourcing3
SCMA 6330Business Logistics Systems3
SCMA 6331Supply Chain Modeling3
SCMA 6345Business Analytics and Data Mining3
SCMA 6350Management Science Methods3
Elective Courses6
Choose two of the following:
Simulation for Managerial Decision Making
Global Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management Practicum
LOM Project Management
Seminar in Logistics and Operations Management
Data Programming for Business Intelligence
Advanced Data Integration
Artificial Intelligence Applications for Business and Cybersecurity
Computer Applications in Finance
Fixed Income Analysis
Portfolio Analysis and Management
Marketing and Business Analytics
Total Hours30

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to:

  • Understand and explain a comprehensive scope of supply chain functions, concepts, their connections and roles in business
  • Grasp all Three-Pillar of Business Analytics: Descriptive, Predictive and Prescriptive methodologies
  • Identify and define supply chain decision questions and problems with business acumen
  • Build analytical models and apply analytical methods for real world supply chain decision-support and applications
  • Interpret and present analysis results and business insights to management
  • Obtain hands-on experience of using state-of -the-art decision-support software for real life supply chain applications