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Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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Degrees: Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics (2006), Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (2010)
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Sharpen your competitive edge

Globalization is affecting almost every aspect of the world’s economy – and the world’s economy is sustained by global logistics and supply chain management. As a result, the demand for qualified logistics and supply chain professionals is higher than ever. Competition is fierce for the most prominent positions. The right education can distinguish you from other professionals in your field and make you more marketable in both the public and private sectors.

The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University — Worldwide is designed to help individuals reach the top ranks of their fields.

A Master of Science degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management will benefit you even more by providing you with:

  • An excellent foundation for professional certification as a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) offered by the Association for Operations Management or APICS, Certified Professional Logistics (CPL) certification program offered by the International Society of Logistics (SOLE), and Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) offered by Institute for Supply Management (ISM). The certification process for the above can be found on each organization’s website which involves taking exams on different topics and may also require a minimum number of years of professional experience.
  • A career that pays very well. According to 2012 salary survey by Institute for Supply Management (ISM), an entry level supply management professional earns an average of $61K+ annually and a chief of purchasing/supply management/sourcing an average of $290K+ annually. (Source)
Degree Requirements
The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program is a 36-credit-hour track with 8 core courses and 4 electives.

GENERAL TRACK

Core Courses
Core CourseTitlePrerequisites
LGMT 536Purchasing for Logistics and Supply Chain ManagersNone
MGMT 524Management ScienceUG statistics/quantitative equivalent OR MGMT 503D
LGMT 636Transportation ManagementMGMT 524
LGMT 682Integrated Logistics ManagementMGMT 524
LGMT 685Global Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementNone
LGMT 683Supply Chain ManagementLGMT 682 and MGMT 524
LGMT 691Logistics and Supply Chain Management CapstoneAll the other required courses/credits
MGMT 651Production and Procurement in the Aviation and Aerospace IndustryUG statistics/quantitative equivalent OR MGMT 503D

Elective Courses
CourseTitlePrerequisites
MBAA 517Managerial Accounting for Decision MakingUG accounting equivalent OR MGMT 503E
MGMT 533Federal Regulations, Ethics and the Legal SystemUG management equivalent OR MGMT 503A
MBAA 522Business Research MethodsUG statistics/quantitative equivalent OR MGMT 503D
MGMT 535Theory and Application of Managerial CommunicationsNone
TMGT 605Organizational Theory in a Technical EnvironmentUG management equivalent OR MGMT 503A
MBAA 518Managerial FinanceUG finance equivalent OR MGMT 503F
MGMT 671Entrepreneurship and LeadershipUG management equivalent OR MGMT 503A
MGMT 672Planning and Execution of StrategyUG management equivalent OR MGMT 503A
MBAA 604International Business AdministrationUG management equivalent OR MGMT 503A
MBAA 523Advanced Aviation EconomicsUG economics equivalent OR MGMT 503B
MGMT 673Global Economic AnalysisUG economics equivalent OR MGMT 503B
MGMT 642Air Carrier, Passenger and Cargo ManagementNone
MGMT 643Labor Issues in Air TransportationNone
MBAA 521Global Information and Technology ManagementNone
MBAA 514Strategic Marketing Management in AviationUG marketing equivalent OR MGMT 503C
MGMT 532Philosophy, Principles and Practices in Management of QualityUndergraduate management and statistics/quantitative OR MGMT 503A and 503D
TMGT 555Applied Regression AnalysisUG statistics/quantitative equivalent OR MGMT 503D
MGMT 652Concepts and Practices of Project ManagementUG statistics/quantitative equivalent OR MGMT 503D

The MSLSCM program is an approved blanket waiver program by the American Society of Transportation and Logistics (AST&L). For the student to be considered for the Certified in Transportation and Logistics (CTL) professional certification, the student will need to take the courses listed below to fulfill the minimum curriculum requirements set by ASTL. More information on the blanket waiver program and the applicable fee can be found at the AST&L website.
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