If you are currently or have previously been enrolled in another graduate program, you are welcome to apply, however, regardless of the program studied, no coursework can be transferred into our program.
What are the various loan opportunities available for attending the MSCM program?
The Michigan Ross Office of Financial Aid will work with admitted students in identifying loan options to fit their needs.
How do most students finance the MSCM program?
Students in the Ross MSCM Program will primarily fund their degree through loans and personal savings.
I am an international student requiring a visa; do I need to show proof of financial resources when I apply?
You do not need to show proof of financial resources upon application to the program. However, if you are admitted, confirmation of financial resources will be required.
What scholarship opportunities exist for students in the MSCM program?
The Ross School of Business extends scholarships to Master of Supply Chain Management students with outstanding academic and leadership merit and financial need. Interested students must complete the scholarship section of their graduate application. Please note, scholarship responses have no bearing on admissions decisions. Award amounts vary by available funding and the number of applicants but typically range from $5,000-$15,000 per year.