Master of Science in Business – Supply Chain Analytics – Online
At the intersection of logistics and big data
When you earn your Master of Science in Business (MSB) with a concentration in supply chain analytics from Oregon State, you’ll enter the workforce with skills that are in high demand in two booming global industries.
This 45-credit MSB program is at the intersection of supply chain and logistics management and business analytics – two areas in which organizations need trained and experienced leaders. In today's complex supply chain systems, businesses need real-time information and leaders who posses strategic decision-making abilities.
In this program, you'll master the use of data management and data analytics to explore the characteristics of supply chains and identify value-enhancing efficiencies.
Why earn an MSB?
A Master of Science in Business provides an opportunity for you to build a strong foundation of business acumen and leadership qualities while giving you the tools to be an expert in the workforce. And at 45 credits, you can earn an advanced business degree in less time than it typically takes to earn an MBA.
Learn online, in person or both
The MSB in Supply Chain Analytics is offered in several flexible formats to meet the needs of your busy schedule. You can earn your MSB 100% online, in a hybrid (online/in-person) format at the OSU Portland Center at Pioneer Square, or face to face on the Corvallis campus.
STEM designation boosts employment opportunities
The MSB at Oregon State has a STEM code designation that offers important benefits for recruiting and post-graduation employment. STEM designations for business programs are unusual and denote strong technical and quantitative rigor within OSU's curriculum.
International students who graduate as STEM-designated degree recipients are eligible to extend their F-1 visa status from 12 months to 36 months in the optional practical training (OPT) program.
Benefits of learning online with Oregon State
- OSU's College of Business is accredited by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), a standard met by only 25 percent of business schools.
- Oregon State is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
- OSU is listed as one of the top 10 Most Popular Business Schools on the U.S. News & World Report's short list.
- You’ll benefit from small class sizes in courses taught by leading researchers and practitioners.
- OSU's online students receive the same diploma as on-campus students.