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Applying for the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is just a click away! See if you qualify.
You must have an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution. Preferred degree types include
If your undergraduate degree is from an academic field not listed above, you must have more than two years of relevant experience in the supply chain field. In general, we encourage applicants with supply chain management work experience to apply for this MS degree program.
Already enrolled in a graduate program at Auburn University? Have a GPA of at least 3.0? Then, you are eligible to apply to the MS in Supply Chain Management program. If you are currently studying towards one of the supply chain graduate certificates offered by Auburn University, you can transfer credits for courses already taken towards the MS in Supply Chain Management degree.
Please note that admission to the MS in Supply Chain Management degree is competitive with standards that may exceed the requirements of other Auburn graduate degrees and certificate programs.
To apply to the MS in Supply Chain Management program, schedule an appointment with the admissions advisor.
A completed application includes the following:
Spring & Fall 2022 GMAT/GRE Waiver Policy
For the 2022 admissions cycle, the MS in Supply Chain program will waive the GMAT/GRE test score under the following criteria:
Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution and:
*Experience is defined as professional, full-time and post-undergraduate or military experience.
Additional waiver requests may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Waiver requests can be completed online; however, it is advised to schedule an appointment with an admissions advisor in advance of submitting your request.
Important to note: Being granted a GMAT/GRE waiver does not guarantee admission to the program.
The graduate admissions committee will review all applicants’ credentials. This process will determine your suitability and entrance into the Master of Science program. All recommended applications are sent to the Dean of the Graduate School for approval.
Applications for admission to the Full-Time Master of Science in Supply Chain Management are managed by the Auburn Graduate School. To apply:
You may apply to begin in Fall or Spring semesters. To enroll in your first semester of graduate studies, you must submit a completed application package