Two Master’s Degree Programs
M.S. in Digital Supply Chain
Technology is one of the most important facets in supply chain, and the M.S. in Digital Supply Chain program emphasizes information technology management, including enterprise resource planning. Other important components include product development, lean operations, block chain, and mass customization.
This program is designed for business professionals seeking an in-depth understanding of contemporary digital supply chain management. You will gain a competitive advantage as you master the design of digital supply chain solutions; gain digital skills to set up real-time, software-enabled systems for monitoring and managing global supply chains; and develop systems management skills for conducting systems modelling and simulation studies of supply chain components and their integration.
Now accepting applications for the Fall 2023 semester. This program can be completed full-time or part-time.
To learn more and apply, visit the program page.
M.S. in Connected Systems
The Connected Systems Institute is collaborating with UWM’s College of Engineering and Applied Science and the Lubar School of Business to develop a Master’s of Science in Connected Systems. The development of this program responds to the need to prepare students for careers in connected systems in the manufacturing industry.
The program is designed so that students will have a set of core courses that will present the fundamentals of connected systems, followed by a collection of technical electives, which are categorized to emphasize four focus areas:
- ERP/Supply Chain
- Cyber Manufacturing
- Mechatronics/Robotics/Digital Twins
- AI/Machine Learning
The curriculum will involve the usage of case scenarios from the CSI manufacturing testbed and the digital twins lab. Students will engage in a capstone project that will enable them to demonstrate applied knowledge in select real-world projects with real-world datasets.