To earn the online Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics degree, you must successfully complete nine courses for a total of 43 credits over a two-year period.
The coursework covers advanced concepts in transportation and logistics that impact supply chain management. The four curricular themes are data-driven decision-making, integration and collaboration, critical thinking and presentation skills.
All courses are delivered online except for the first one, Logistics & Analysis, which is held during the Residency on the UW campus in September. On-campus participation in the Residency is mandatory.
At the end of the program, students will complete a practicum project to apply their new knowledge and skills to a real-world business problem.
SCTL 501: Introduction to Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics
SCTL 504: Facility Design & Operations Management
SCTL 511: Foundations of Data Analysis
SCTL 503: Inventory Management
SCTL 502: IT Systems & Supply Chain Integration
SCTL 505: External Supply Chain Transportation Risks
SCTL 508: Collaboration Across the Supply Chain
SCTL 510: Freight Transport
SCTL 506: Finance & Performance Management
SCTL 507: The Practicum