Supply Chain Management & Logistics

The KU School of Business, in conjunction with the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) at Fort Leavenworth, offers Army officers the opportunity to expand their future potential with a specialized degree in Supply Chain Management.

The Master of Science in Business with a Supply Chain Management and Logistics concentration is aimed primarily toward Army Majors and Major-eligible Captains but is also offered to other branches of the military. The degree will complement the quality military supply chain education officers enjoy while enabling a broader, civilian economy focus for those who plan to pursue logistics careers after military service. In addition, officers who continue careers in the Army are virtually required to have a master’s degree in order to advance beyond the rank of Major.

The MSB-SCM program is part of the CGSC “Scholars” program that provides experienced logistics officers with an intense learning environment that connects academic rigor with practical application. 2012/2013 marks the fifth year of the program, now the Army’s largest National Logistics Curriculum program in the U.S.

Logistics and Supply Chain Management are quickly becoming the business world's most highly sought-after skill set. Whether a student plans to continue a career in the military or pursue a future civilian occupation, a master’s degree in this field is highly desirable.

Contact:

Dee Steinle
Administrative Director of Masters Programs
University of Kansas, School of Business
dsteinle@ku.edu | 785-864-7596

For more information about the Supply Chain Management program at KU, visit the School of Business website

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