York - Schulich Launches Master of Supply Chain Management Degree

Program will be available on both a full- and part-time basis; set to launch in May 2019

Canada's York University Schulich School of Business will launch a Master of Supply Chain Management program in 2019.

The program will be offered on both a full- and part-time basis. The full-time format is 12 months long; students who take the part-time version can complete the program in as few as two years.

According to the school, students in the new program will build their knowledge of topics like purchasing, operations management, business analytics, and logistics, among others. The program will also include a consulting project, where students will work directly with organizations to solve real-world supply chain management problems.

To apply for the program, interested candidates should have an undergraduate degree from a recognized institution with a minimum of a B+ average in the last two years of study.

Although the GMAT and GRE are not required, candidates whose study was not completed in English will need to demonstrate proof of English proficiency.

The new program is set to launch in May 2019. Applications will open in July 2018.

For more information, please see Schulich's Master of Supply Chain Management program webpage.


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