Information Systems and Decision Sciences

Edward & Cathryn Rasmuson Hall (RH), Room 304, (907) 786-4171

The Master of Science in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management program focuses on managing global supply chain systems with an emphasis on managerial leadership, information technology and international business practices. The MS program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

The degree requires five 6-credit courses to be completed over five consecutive semesters. Time to completion is approximately 20 months for a total of 30 credit hours.

Classes meet exclusively on weekends. Each course requires four weekend meetings per semester. Between weekends, students are engaged in research and online discussions with the instructor and among one another. Students apply their coursework to a host business to attain hands-on experience.

Classes are kept to a maximum of 25 students and each student proceeds through the five courses in the same order as part of a cohort group.

The degree is a stand-alone program that is not subsidized by the state, and therefore normal tuition fees do not apply. Please contact the College of Business and Public Policy at (907) 786-4171 for tuition and pre-application information.

Program of Study

Master of Science


Alpana Desai, Professor,
Yonggang Lu, Associate Professor,
Philip Price, Professor,
Darren Prokop, Professor,