A distinctive feature of the Michigan Ross MSCM experience is our commitment to action-based learning. You’ll graduate with real-world supply chain experience already on your resume.MSCM experience is our commitment to providing you action-based learning.

In the MSCM program, you’ll put your classroom learning into action during the Supply Chain Consulting Studio when you complete a corporate project with a small group of students and a professor. The course, which includes on-site data collection and presentations, complements your studies so that you gain both a theoretical and practical understanding of the most up-to-date strategies in a diverse array of topics, such as:

  • Data Analytics
  • Strategy
  • Network Design and Optimization
  • Sustainability
  • Product Development
  • New Forecasting Models
  • Risk Assessment

No other business school offers the multitude and variety of action-based learning than Michigan Ross.

 

Supply Chain Consulting Studio Timeline

November - December

Students receive project descriptions & sponsors present projects

December

Students bid on projects & team matching

January

Project kick-off event

January – February

Lectures, case discussions, and team meetings

Spring Break

Primary data collection, site visit, mid-project on-site presentation

March – April

Lectures, case discussions, and team meetings

April

Final presentation & project report due