What is Supply Chain Engineering? 

Supply chain engineers design and synchronize the networks and processes that move raw materials and supplies into production facilities, transform them into finished goods, and distribute products to customer markets. Supply chains are critical systems that enable industrial organizations to thrive.

 
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21st Century Graduate Education for Supply Chain Professionals

Beyond the MBA: A Faster and More Focused Path to a Global Supply Chain Career

The Georgia Tech Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering1 is a professional graduate degree program created to meet the growing demand for business-savvy engineers who can design and synchronize highly complex global supply chains. The program's intensive 12-month curriculum delivers academic knowledge in analytic methods, supply chain engineering, and enterprise management while building professional practice skills and real-world industry experience, all leading to a respected graduate degree from the #1-ranked Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE).

Program applicants may come from a wide range of academic, business, and geographical backgrounds, but they will share a common motivation: to pursue a highly focused graduate education experience in supply chain engineering and to subsequently explore immediate career opportunities with global enterprises.

YouTube: Learn more about Georgia Tech’s MS in Supply Chain Engineering.

To learn more about the MS in Supply Chain Engineering, click here to view an archived version of a webcast broadcast on February 2, 2011.