Gain an edge in your transportation and logistics career.
The Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics degree gives you the technical skills and big picture perspective needed to separate yourself from the pack and accelerate your career.
Learn from world-class faculty and industry leaders through a work-compatible, mostly online curriculum housed at the University of Washington’s premier College of Engineering, ranked 15th in public engineering graduate schools by U.S. News & World Report.
Our curriculum is grounded in quantitative principles and emphasizes using data to inform decision-making through a blend of engineering and business courses. We explore both traditional and emerging industry topics such as:
- Making the supply chain lean, green, and resilient
- Deploying and managing information technology across the enterprise
- Managing transportation risks and disruptions
- Handling inventory management and supply chain integration, and
- Administering facilities and operations.
Interactive Online Learning
We bring together the best of online and in-person learning. Weekly live real-time class sessions are a central aspect of the program and one of its unique strengths.
You’ll be face to face with faculty members and classmates in an interactive online learning environment, where you’ll participate in discussions, exercises, games, and simulations — keys to forging relationships that help you accelerate your career.
Your first year begins with a one-week residency course on the UW Seattle campus, where you’ll engage, network, and collaborate with students and faculty. Activities may include:
● Active learning with your peers to build foundational knowledge and make connections
- Networking opportunities with the advisory board
- Discussions with industry leaders on real-world problems in the field
- Dinner hosted by a faculty member
- Company or plant tours
Designed for Working Professionals
Weekly class sessions are supplemented with on-demand self-study modules, readings, and assignments — giving you the ability to earn your degree from wherever you are in the world.
Sound Like the Right Fit?
The degree is a good fit for those working in manufacturing who want to bolster their knowledge, or for business systems/process analysts, project managers, product managers or management consultants looking to specialize in transportation or logistics.
Apply today to start in September.
March 1: Priority Application Deadline
May 1: Final Application Deadline