The Program's curriculum is designed to be a new model for a highly focused graduate professional education in supply chain engineering. The curriculum:
The curriculum is structured around classroom courses (8 required) offered during the fall and spring semesters and the capstone industry experience (6341/6342) which is completed during the summer term. Students can choose to extend the program for an additional fall semester to enable a full-time summer internship and, if desired, more elective coursework.
ISyE 6333-42 courses are restricted to enrollment only by MSSCE students. MSANLT students with appropriate preparation may request permits to enroll in 6333-37 if space permits.
The summer term is dedicated to the Capstone Industry Experience in which students will apply their knowledge and skills to a real-world supply chain engineering project. Students will work in teams with faculty and professional mentor support. Prior to the summer term, team assignments (students and faculty) will be determined, and teams will select specific projects from a portfolio of projects offered by sponsoring business, government, and international nongovernment organizations. Each sponsoring organization will provide operational support for the project team and assign a mentor to actively work with the team during the project. During the summer term, teams will complete both field work periods (typically on-site at industry site) and on-campus work periods (preparing and presenting project outcomes.