MS Supply Chain Management
Next cohort to begin Fall 2017 at the Metropolitan Campus, Teaneck, NJ.
Attend the information session on June 3 at the Metro Campus!
Fall Information session dates:
September 26, Florham Campus
October 12, Metro Campus
October 24, Florham Campus
November 30, Metro Campus
At Fairleigh Dickinson University's Silberman College of Business, we know what it takes to prepare students for careers in today's dynamic, fast-paced, global economy.
In just 16 months, an MS degree in Supply Chain Management from Silberman College of Business will equip you with the technical and managerial skills to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business operations.
Why Supply Chain Management?
Effective management of their supply chain and operations is the key to value creation for many organizations, especially in today's fast paced and highly global business environment. Employers increasingly seek candidates with skills that will enable their organizations to better manage their supply chains and operations. The Supply Chain Management (SCM) profession has therefore witnessed significant job growth coupled with steadily increasing salaries. Whether you are starting off in your career or are looking to make a career transition into SCM, an advanced degree such as an MS in SCM will train you in critical aspects of SCM and will enable you to take advantage of the growing opportunities in the field. This program is STEM certified.
The Right Place. The Right Time.
According to the US Department of Labor's recent report on Employment Projections (http://www.bls.gov/emp/), Supply Chain and Operations Management related jobs will grow by approximately 500,000 between 2012 and 2022.
The most recent compilation of "The Best Jobs of 2014" by US News lists many SCM related jobs and reports that Edison, Trenton, Newark, New Brunswick and New York are among the highest paying metropolitan areas for these jobs.
SCM is truly a global field that offers employment opportunities with a wide array of career options and advancement paths. Potential roles in the field include but are not limited to:
• Supply Chain Analyst/Consultant/Manager
• Operations Analyst/ Consultant/ Manager
• Logistics/Transportation Manager
• Purchasing Agent/Manager
• Procurement/ Sourcing Manager
• Product/ Brand Manager
• Production Planner/Manager
• Demand Planner/Manager
• Project Manager, Production Planner/Manager
• Inventory Manager, Warehouse Operations Manager
• Quality Assurance Analyst/ Manager
• Supply Chain/Software/IT Manager
For more information, contact:
Supply Chain Management Program Director
Ph: (973) 229-4156