The online Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics degree program gives you the skills, experience and connections to assume a leadership role in this rapidly evolving industry
In a 2019 survey, alumni of the Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics reported that their degree had a positive impact on their career.
Data based on responses to a survey sent to 2015-2018 graduates.
Career Outlook for Supply Chain Professionals
Thanks to technology and business innovation, the world continues to grow smaller and more interconnected. As companies increasingly extend their operations globally, professionals trained in transportation and logistics have become critical to business success.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "employment is expected to grow as companies need more logisticians to move products more efficiently, solve problems and identify areas for improvement."
High Earning Potential
This demand has driven higher pay for professionals in the industry. A 2016 survey by the Institute for Supply Management found that the average salary for supply chain management roles was $119,271, with the top 5 percent earning an average of $340,956.
Obtaining an advanced degree in the field gives you an edge in competition for better jobs and can be a key factor in advancing to a higher level within an organization. Specializing in an area such as transportation and logistics can also be important factor in career advancement.
Diverse Job Opportunities
Supply chain transportation and logistics professionals are qualified to fill a wide variety of positions. Some of these include:
- Business analyst
- Category manager
- Commodity manager
- Distribution center manager
- Import/export agent
- Logistics consultant
- Materials project manager
- Operations manager
- Procurement specialist
- Sourcing leader
- Supply chain manager
- Sustainability analyst
- Transportation manager
The Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics degree program provides opportunities for students to develop their networks and nurture relationships to advance their career. We pair second-year students with mentors who are industry professionals to provide one-on-one guidance.