Our #1-ranked master's programs are designed for early-career supply chain professionals who want to return to school to receive advanced, specialized training in supply chain management.
With six learning hubs on four continents, MIT's global SCALE network unites bold thinkers from industry and academia to pool their knowledge and learn from one another. Immersed in this rich environment, our students graduate as thought leaders ready to engage in an international, highly competitive marketplace.
All MIT-SCALE supply chain management master's and graduate certificate programs are built around an intensive curriculum emphasizing analytical problem solving, leadership, and communication skills. Students complete industry-sponsored research projects to address real-world problems, gaining invaluable business insights in the process. Our master's degree students benefit from a robust career services program with exceptional job placement outcomes.
Residential Master's Programs in Supply Chain Management
Intensive 10-month, full-time on-campus master's degree programs. Students from all SCALE master's programs convene on the MIT campus for 3 weeks in January.
Cambridge, USA (10 months)
MIT’s Supply Chain Management (SCM) program attracts business professionals from across the globe to experience its unique combination of master's level coursework, professional development, and... Read More
Zaragoza, Spain (9 months) + Cambridge, USA (3 weeks)
The MIT - Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG) offers the unique combination of a world class supply chain degree taught in a truly global setting. Created in... Read More
Zaragoza, Spain (5 months) + Cambridge, USA (3 weeks) + Ningbo, China (4 months)
The 3 Continent (3C) program is a high-quality degree taught in a truly global setting which provides its graduates with proficiency in both problem solving and change leadership ... Read More
Shah Alam, Malaysia (9 months) + Cambridge, USA (3 weeks)
This supply chain management degree program provides its graduates cutting edge knowledge and expertise in both problem solving and change leadership. Nine months of challenging coursework,... Read More
Luxembourg (9 months) + Cambridge, USA (3 weeks)
The Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) offers a one-year Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM), taught in English. The academic calendar runs from September through June ... Read More
Ningbo, China (2 years) + Cambridge, USA (3 weeks)
The MIT - Ningbo Supply Chain Management (MNSCM) Program emphasizes analytical problem solving, leadership, and communication skills. Students must complete core and elective coursework, a master’s thesis, and participate ... Read More
Blended Master's Programs in Supply Chain Management
Our blended master's degree programs allow learners to combine the fully-online MITx MicroMasters credential in Supply Chain Management with an intense period of full-time study on campus at MIT, Spain, or Malaysia. All Blended program students join students from all global SCALE programs at MIT for 3 weeks in January.
MIT Supply Chain Management Blended Program (SCMb)
Online MicroMasters (5 courses) + Cambridge, USA (5 months)
MIT - Zaragoza Supply Chain Management Blended Program (ZLOGb)
Online MicroMasters (5 courses) + Cambridge, USA (3 weeks) + Zaragoza, Spain (4 months)
MIT - Malaysia Supply Chain Management Accelerated Program (MSCMx)
Online MicroMasters (5 courses) + Cambridge, USA (3 weeks) + Shah Alam, Malaysia (6 months)
Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management
In addition to our residential and blended master’s programs, MIT-SCALE Network offers the MIT Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (GCLOG) to outstanding graduate students from Latin America. The GCLOG is an elite academic program designed to complement a student’s graduate degree study at their home university. The program is offered in a traditional low-residency blended format combining online graduate-level supply chain management coursework and two intensive 3-week residencies on the MIT campus (January and June). For more information visit http://gclog.mit.edu.