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Master of Science in Digital Supply Chain Management

Establish your logistics and operations expertise with a graduate degree in digital supply chain management from the Singleyn Graduate School of Business at Cal Poly Pomona!


$113,000National average salary for supply chain manager with master’s degree, 2023 Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) Salary and Career Report
Ranked No. 2Public School in the West, U.S. News and World Report
No. 15Best College by Value in the U.S., Money Magazine
STEM DesignatedWith 36 months OPT and CPT

Enroll in one of the top digital supply chain management masters programs in the country and join a community of like-minded professionals and influential faculty who are truly passionate about your success. 

You’ll elevate your knowledge of the movement of modern business in our Master of Science in Digital Supply Chain Management (MSDSCM) program, which is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)— a designation carried by only the top 6% of business schools in the world. Our curriculum also carries a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) designation, and is designed to equip you with a foundation in state-of-the-art supply chain technologies in blockchain and automation, with additional emphasis on predictive and prescriptive analytics. SAP, AI technology, and logistics curriculum help to round out the exceptional educational value of our program, and our extensive CPP alumni network offers profound networking and post-graduate employment opportunities.

Completion time: The Masters in Digital Supply Chain Management program offers two flexible roadmaps for completion. Full time 1-year tracks and part-time 21-month tracks available.
Credit units needed for degree: 32 credits
Number of courses: 14 courses – 13 core and 1 culminating experience 
Class time: Evening classes, Monday – Thursday, and Saturday classes
Class mode: In-person lectures with hybrid content
Scholarships: There are a limited number of graduate assistantships awarded annually for qualified students. The application for the assistantship and award process is in the Spring semester. The amount of the assistantship range between $500 and $2500. MSDSCM students may also find on campus jobs with limited hours for financial support.
Requirements: A GRE/GMAT is not required to pursue a graduate degree in digital supply chain management at Cal Poly Pomona. However, a 4-year bachelor’s degree and demonstrated mastery of college algebra and statistics knowledge with a grade of “C” or better are required. International students will need to pass an English Proficiency Test. For a full list of requirements visit our MSDSCM Requirements page.

To earn a master’s in digital supply chain management from the Singelyn Graduate School of Business at Cal Poly Pomona, you’ll complete 32 total units 32 units covering knowledge in end-to-end supply chain management subjects, the essential business analytics skills, and emerging supply chain technologies in AI, Blockchain, and ERP.

For more info, visit the Curriculum page.

Graduates from this program will acquire in-depth supply chain functional area knowledge in procurement, production, logistics, global operations, warehousing, enterprise solution information systems, lean and six sigma, process improvement, and will be equipped with data management and analysis skills in ERP (SAP), predictive and customer analytics, and supply chain optimization. Teamwork, leadership, negotiation, and interpersonal skills are also essential parts of the program. The program will focus on supply chain value creation through holistic digital transformation views and will build contemporary supply chain technology competencies in graduates.

EVP of Global Supply Chain
Global Director of Procurement
Director of Strategic Sourcing
Supply Chain Planning Manager
Director of Logistics
Business Analyst
Global Operations Director
International Logistics Manager
Commodity Specialist
Process Improvement Manager

  • AACSB accredited
  • STEM designated: Graduates of our program can expect job availability and longevity when entering STEM-oriented positions, and international students on F1 student visas earning STEM-designated degrees can apply to OPT for up to 36 months
  • Flexible roadmaps – one-year or two-year length
  • Competitive program cost
  • Strong synergy with business analytics topics such as predictive and prescriptive analytics, and new courses in AI tech (PDF).
  • Coverage on state-of-the-art supply chain technologies in blockchain and automation
  • Program theme on digital transformation
  • Taught by full-time faculty with strong supply chain research backgrounds
  • Close connection to national and local businesses with networking events
  • International Students - Internship/CPT Experience: Our program views practical training as critical to the growth of any MSDSCM candidate, and it contributes directly to the program: LO #2 on “Synthesize concepts and decision-making principles in manufacturing, logistics, procurements, and other supply chain activities to business practices.”

A Look Inside the MSDSCM Program

Contact Program Co-Directors, Dr. Yuanjie He at or Dr. Shuo Zeng at