Why University of Tennessee, Knoxville for Supply Chain Management?

Our faculty and curriculum stand out above the rest —
and now you have access to this ranked program online.

Career readiness

With the most relevant curriculum in supply chain, Haslam provides knowledge you can utilize immediately on the job.

Online learning

With our online learning platform, you can study from wherever you live. Ensure you don’t get left behind in an ever-changing field by learning online.

Real-world problem solving

Learn the problem-solving skills you need today — that will still be relevant tomorrow. Stay ahead throughout your career even as the industry continues to be disrupted.

Access to industry leaders

Learn from renowned faculty members who supplement their own expertise with industry leaders who teach real-world examples.

A Top-Ranked and Industry-Connected Program


for program relevance by The Economist


graduate supply chain program by Gartner


supply chain partners and 350 recruiting companies

Is an MS in Supply Chain Management Right for You?

Get ahead in your organization

If you already work in the supply chain industry and want to stay ahead in this ever-changing field, our program will give you the skills to do just that.

Broaden your skills and career path

Degrees in related fields like engineering or finance apply directly to supply chain and can be supplemented and enhanced through a supply chain degree — benefiting your career.

Begin a new career as a Veteran

As a Yellow Ribbon School, Haslam welcomes veterans looking to apply their past knowledge to the supply chain industry. Veterans may qualify for tuition assistance at Haslam.

What to Expect

30 credit hours

18-24 months

60–90-minute live sessions

1 capstone project

3-day immersion session

Full- or part-time

Key Dates and Deadlines

Priority application deadline:
February 18, 2020
Final application deadline:
April 8, 2020
Classes Start:
May 14, 2020

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Program Objectives


Learn to leverage supply chain management concepts, functions and enablers to deliver real impact to your organization.


Get the critical thinking skills to use theory and strategy to solve real business problems.


Gain an understanding of how supply chain management processes can create value for your organization.


Master ways to work effectively with remote teams, and geographically and culturally diverse teammates.

What You’ll Learn

  • Supply Chain Concepts: Master how supply chain management can best be used to deliver impactful results to a company.
  • Supply Chain Functions: Utilize knowledge of supply chain functions such as planning, sourcing, manufacturing and logistics to support overall supply chain concepts.
  • Supply Chain Enablers: Discover how to employ critical levers such as technology and international trade to benefit the supply chain.

Meet the Faculty

Our renowned supply chain faculty brings real-world experience to the classroom. They will prepare you to make an immediate impact on your organization.

Chad Autry

Chad Autry

FedEx Corporation Endowed Professor of Supply Chain, Wisecarver Faculty Research Fellow, Kinney Family Faculty Research Fellow, Department Head


  • University of Oklahoma, B.S.B.A.
  • Oklahoma City University, M.B.A.
  • The University of Oklahoma, Ph.D. Supply Chain Management

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Randy Bradley

Randy Bradley

Assistant Professor


  • Auburn University, B.S. Computer Engineering
  • Auburn University, M.S. Management Information Systems
  • Auburn University, Ph.D. Management of Information Technology

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Wendy Tate

Wendy Tate

Cheryl Massingale Faculty Research Fellow, Professor


  • Arizona State University, B.S. Management
  • Arizona State University, M.B.A. International Business
  • Arizona State University, Ph.D. Supply Chain Management

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Shay Scott

Shay Scott

Executive Director of Supply Chain & Operations Programs; Executive Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute


  • University of Tennessee, B.S.
  • University of Tennessee, M.S.
  • University of Tennessee, M.B.A.
  • University of Tennessee, Ph.D.

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Alexandre Medeiros Rodrigues

Alex Rodrigues

Lecturer of Supply Chain Management


  • Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, B.S. Industrial Engineering
  • Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, M.S. Industrial Engineering
  • Michigan State, Ph.D. Supply Chain Management

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Pam Donovan

Pam Donovan

Assistant Professor


  • Kent State University, B.S. Physics
  • Air Force Institute of Technology, M.S. Logistics Management
  • University of Maryland Ph.D. Logistics and Transportation

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question? Check for an answer below.

We currently only offer the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management as an online program.
The program is flexible and can be completed at your own pace. Full-time students should expect to complete it in 16 months, while part-time will be closer to 24 months.
The program comprises 30 credit hours at $1,275 per credit hour, and will cost approximately $38,250 excluding immersion expenses.
Haslam Supply Chain has been ranked as the #1 program for relevance by the Economist. Our faculty and the industry leaders they bring in to teach will set you up to advance your organization immediately.
Fall term classes start on August 21, 2019.
There are three intakes each year, in January, May, and August.

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