One-year program begins in January 2008; application deadline is August 1

The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan will offer a new Master of Supply Chain Management beginning January 2008. The admissions deadline for the inaugural class of this one-year program, which includes a team-based summer project, is August 1, 2007.

Courses include Manufacturing and Supply Operations, Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Analytics, Logistics, Strategic Sourcing, Project Management, IT for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and several electives and projects courses in operations management and across all other business disciplines.

For more information, please visit the Ross website.

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