MS Supply Chain Management

Program Introduction

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management MS(SCM) program is designed to develop the managerial and leadership abilities in an individual for role in managing modern day supply chains. The program not only exposes participants to the fundamental knowledge of business management but also imparts cutting edge analytical and quantitative decision-making skills, preparing participants to take the challenges of effectively managing supply chains.

The MS(SCM) program also equips participants with necessary tools for conducting independent research, thus providing them with an opportunity to create state of the art knowledge in the area of Supply Chain Management.

Program Details


Admission to MS Supply Chain Management requires a four-year undergraduate (Bachelors, BSc) degree in management, engineering, technology, or any other technical/professional degree such as BSc Pharmacy, BSc Computer Science or MBA and Masters degree in Sciences, such as, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, etc.
55% marks in annual system in Graduation or 2.25 out of 4 CGPA
It is assumed that the applicant has studied mathematics and statistics at undergraduate level. Anyone who has not studied mathematics or statistics will have to take additional course(s) in area of Quantitative methods in his/her first semester. Applicants without knowledge in business studies areas like marketing, finance, operations and organizational behavior will be required to take remedial courses in the respective areas. The candidate must have passed entry test GRE general or NTS (GAT) with a minimum score of 50%.

Note: For admission purposes, a Masters degree with a two-year undergraduate degree is considered equivalent to a four-year undergraduate degree

No 3rd Division in Entire Academic Career