Efficiency is the name of your game. When it comes to planning and taking on tasks, you’re the type who figures out the most efficient means to do so — whether to save on money, time, or resources.
The M.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Embry-Riddle equips you with the tools and knowledge essential to effectively and efficiently manage a supply chain — including sourcing and procurement, conversion, and all logistics management activities — or for furthering your current role in the industry.
Master of Science in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Want to take the next step toward making a positive impact on global business?
Our Worldwide Campus is especially suited for busy students. Whether you work full time or travel often, this program offers flexibility. You can take what you learn and immediately apply it in the workplace.
Reap the benefits of being connected to respected, experienced ERAU staff and fellow students while taking classes online, as they fit into your schedule.
The degree program at ERAU offers two tracks: General Track and Certification in Transportation and Logistics (CTL) Track.
The CTL track is approved by the American Society of Transportation and Logistics (AST&L). If you opt for this track, you’ll be eligible for CTL certification without having to sit for the six exams.
ERAU is one of just 28 schools in the U.S. to offer this. And it’s a cost savings of approximately $1,200.
Our program also prepares you for certification as a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) offered by the Association for Operations Management (APICS), Certified Professional Logistics (CPL) certification program offered by the International Society of Logistics (SOLE), and the Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) offered by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM).
And with our online educational opportunities and 150-plus Worldwide locations, students have the flexibility to learn at a campus near them or even in their own home.
Logistics and supply chain managers work for varied companies that include air cargo, parcel delivery, warehousing, distribution, transportation, manufacturing, and large-scale retailers. And professionals with advanced degrees in the field tend to have higher salaries.
According to a 2013 salary survey by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), average salary of supply managers with a master's degree was $128,127, compared to $95,931 for those with bachelor’s degrees.
Logistics & Supply Chain Management graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions: