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Accelerated Pathway - Various, BS/Supply Chain & Logistics Technology, MS

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College of Technology  > Department of Construction Management  > Accelerated Pathway - Various BS/Supply Chain & Logistics Technology MS

Supply Chain and Logistics Technology in the College of Technology offers an accelerated MS for students who desire to pursue Supply Chain and Logistics Technology and are undergraduates in junior standing. Students eligible for the Accelerated Program will be allowed to complete up to 6 (six) graduate hours (a total of 2 courses) that may then be applied to both their Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees.

Admission Requirements

Students wishing to apply for the BS Human Resource Development/MS Supply Chain and Logistics Technology accelerated pathway program must meet the following requirements:

  1. Currently enrolled in Bachelor Science in:
    1. Human Resource Development,
    2. Supply Chain & Logistics Technology, or
    3. Technology Leadership and Innovation Management.
  2. Junior standing and completion of 30 semester hours of College of Technology coursework
  3. Minimum 3.0 GPA over all course work
  4. Minimum 3.25 GPA over all College of Technology course work
  5. Approval from the undergraduate Program Coordinator for undergraduate degree.
  6. Approval from the graduate Program Coordinator for Supply Chain and Logistics Technology.

Shared BS/MS Course Requirements

Students may choose up to 6 hours to apply to both the undergraduate and graduate degrees from the approved list.

Required Course


Students enrolled in the accelerated program must complete the graduate application process before formal admission to graduate school. The admission committee reviews the entire application when making an admission decision.

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