The MSCM program is designed for students who have work experience and have good quantitative skills, including some college-level calculus and probability/statistics. However, you do not need to have a degree in engineering to apply. Classroom and personal interaction are enhanced by varied experiences in the student body. MSCM Admissions strives to build a class with diverse backgrounds such as finance, information technology, management, marketing, and sales. We encourage students from a wide variety of backgrounds and disciplines to apply. If you have questions about whether you would be a good candidate for the MSCM program, please contact us directly.
To apply to MSCM’s highly competitive program, you must submit the completed MSCM Application Form which includes the Statement of Objectives and 2 Essays. In addition, the following supplemental documents must be submitted by international students.
Degree certificate &Transcripts
You must provide official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate programs you have participated in to date. Please scan and email them to email@example.com . We will validate them with you original transcripts if you are selected for the admission.
Relevant work experience weighs heavily in MSCM admissions decisions. Therefore, we require every applicant to provide us with a current résumé. The résumé should be in the standard format, including academic degree information with GPA information for each degree. Please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants from non-English-speaking nations must also offer evidence of written and oral proficiency in the English language by taking the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Have the official score reports emailed directly to our office. For TOEFL the DI Code is 4673.
You must provide three recommendations from people capable of judging your professional and/or academic promise (i.e., supervisor, professor). Applicants are encouraged to provide at least one work related recommendation and at least one from academia.
It is necessary for all Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSCM) applicants to demonstrate a general level of Quantitative skills, which may include some college level calculus, linear algebra and probability statistics. This must be clearly demonstrated in a candidate’s degree transcript for them to be considered for admittance to the MSCM program.
Ideally quantitative skills are best demonstrated with either (i) GMAT/GRE or (ii) SC0x (MITx MicroMasters) exam results.