The efficient and timely flow of goods and services across the globe is vital to the world economy. Enterprises rely on teams of highly-trained supply chain professionals and data-driven decision making to manage the supply, production and delivery of products and services. As global trade between countries continues to open, with the ongoing growth of emerging markets and availability of data, and as e-commerce becomes prevalent, there is a growing need to fill the current "talent gap" with managers who have a fundamental knowledge and training in supply chain management and data analytics.

In 2023, the Master of Science in Supply Chain Analytics program was ranked #1 in "Best Master’s in Supply Chain Management" by It was the second year in a row UMSL has earned this honor.


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MS Supply Chain Analytics
Degree Overview

Master of Science

Supply Chain Analytics

The MS in Supply Chain Analytics program is designed to meet the demand for professionals in the broad fields of Supply Chain Management and Business Analytics. This program bridges the gap between a pure data scientist and a supply chain domain expert and refers to an advanced data analytics professional or data professional who wants to implement machine learning technology.

This STEM-designated, 30-credit hour program is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in business, economics, computer science or engineering who would like to apply data science and analytics in the domain of supply chain management. This program will also benefit professionals who currently work in the field and want to enhance their data and analytical skills, as well as data analysts who want to gain knowledge in supply chain management.

Outcomes and Career Outlook

Upon completion of the program, graduates will gain knowledge and training in both supply chain management and business analytics. Students will graduate with in-depth training and skills in data analytics including the three-pillars of analytics (descriptive, predictive and prescriptive techniques) and the application of analytical techniques for data-driven decision-making in supply chain management. Students will also gain a comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of supply chains including purchasing, operations, logistics and transportation.

Employment of logisticians is projected to grow up to 18% to 2032, with a median annual salary of $77,520 , according to wage and employment data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Association for Supply Chain Management.


Median annual salary


Employment growth by 2032

Career Opportunities

  • Business Analyst
  • Business Intelligence Analyst
  • Capacity Manager
  • Demand Manager
  • Inventory Manager
  • Load Planner
  • Logistics Manager
  • Logistics and Transportation Analyst
  • Logistics Resource Planner
  • Market Analyst


Graduate Business Programs takes a holistic approach when evaluating student applications. Grade point average (GPA), letters of recommendation and professional experience are all considered when making an admissions decision. The GMAT is not required for admission to this program.

Applicants with a 3.0 GPA or higher (on a 4.0 scale) qualify for regular admission. Students may be admitted on a restricted status if their GPA is slightly below 3.0.

For more information on applying to a Graduate Business program, please review the College's Admissions Standards page.

Application Deadlines

For domestic applicants: Fall admission: July 1; Spring admission: December 1; Summer admission: May 1

For international applicants: Fall semester: May 1; Spring Semester: October 1

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Plan of Study

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Non-Missouri Residents: Prospective students are responsible for reviewing the UMSL state authorizations page to see if this program is offered in their state throughout their program and to review the licensure or certification requirements for the state in which they reside.

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