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Graduate Program in Supply Chain Management at Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara, California

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Established in 1851 by Jesuits and located in the Silicon Valley California, Santa Clara University (SCU) is a private higher learning university which offers undergraduate and graduate programs span areas ranging from psychology to sustainable-energy engineering and from theatre arts to business analytics. Santa Clara is located at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay and the campus is in the heart of Silicon Valley and spans 106 lush acres with world-renowned gardens and state-of-the-art facilities.

With over 8000 students at the undergraduate and graduate level, SCU offers bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees through its six colleges, the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Education and Counseling Psychology, Leavey School of Business, School of Engineering, Jesuit School of Theology, and School of Law.

Leavey School of Business (LSB) provides rigorous study and high impact experiential learning, culminating in rock-solid business acumen. The school offers undergraduate, graduate, and executive education covering all business disciplines. LSB recently received the AVA Digital Gold Awards for their work with Converge Consulting in the digital advertising space. LSB has created curricula designed for today’s most sought-after business specialties, including business analytics, finance, information systems, and supply chain management and analytics.

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Graduate Degree Programs

  • MS in Supply Chain Management (Full Time & Part Time): This program is educating new generations of data-driven leaders and you’ll learn from top thinkers who have put cutting-edge ideas into practice to provide you with a unique combination of skills, business analytics and information systems. To earn your MS in Supply Chain Management and Analytics at Santa Clara University, you'll need to complete 50 units of graduate coursework. In the full-time program, this is done over 5 quarters of full-time study. In the part-time program, this is done over approximately two years.
  • Your courses will include foundational business and supply chain management curriculum, advanced supply chain management topics, courses in business analytics and information systems, and an array of electives in supply chain management or supporting disciplines such as information systems, marketing, finance, and business analytics.
  • A centerpiece of the curriculum is the Supply Chain Consulting Project course. This project course is where teams of students, guided by a faculty advisor, will get to work on live problems with an actual company. Students will gain in depth knowledge of supply chain issues and learn about challenges in developing and implementing solutions.
  • The main highlights of the MS-SCMA program include: Strong emphasis on the needs of exciting, innovation intensive companies in Silicon Valley; Rigorous curriculum combined with industry practicum led by faculty with deep domain expertise; STEM approved with a curriculum comprising SCM, Analytics, Technology and general business management; and Excellent networking opportunities with Silicon Valley executives.

LAST UPDATED ON May 9, 2018