MBA/MS-Supply Chain Management

Learn how to play a vital role in managing the global economy by combining broad managerial skills with expertise as a supply chain manager.

The dual MBA/MS-Supply Chain Management at the University of Michigan-Dearborn allows you to earn the MBA and MS-Supply Chain Management degrees simultaneously. The MS-Supply Chain Management can help you become an effective supply chain manager by teaching you how to manage the organizations, people, technology, and resources that are required to transform raw materials into deliverable products. At the same time, the MBA will provide you with the managerial perspective you'll need to help lead your organization. It includes a unique set of courses in Applied Integrated Management (AIM), which build your expertise at applying business skills to real-world, global business problems.

You can complete the dual MBA/MS-Supply Chain Management in the evenings on campus or in a hybrid online format. Throughout the program, you'll work together with expert faculty and other bright, motivated students. You'll enjoy flexible schedules with evening and online course options, and you'll have expansive opportunities for networking, all from a consistently top-ranked program.

Admission and Enrollment

If you have strong quantitative and analytical skills, we welcome your application, regardless of your undergraduate major or previous work experience.


The MBA/MS-Supply Chain Management requires 19-22 courses or 57-66 credit hours, depending on your eligibility to receive MBA core course waivers.

Program Details

College of Business Graduate Office

166 - Fairlane Center South
19000 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126
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