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An Online Master’s in Supply Chain Management for Less Than $15,000

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Earn Your MA in Supply Chain Management Online

Businesses of all sizes rely on the supply chain to get products to customers. Throw in a global pandemic to upset the process, and the importance of the field takes on greater significance. With American Military University’s (AMU) online Master of Arts in Supply Chain Management, you will investigate, understand, analyze, critique, and learn to solve the complex challenges associated with our interconnected global supply chain.

AMU’s programs are online with 24/7 access and no set login times. At AMU, there are no entrance exams and programs start every month, so you can begin quickly and control your schedule.

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ACBSP Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs


This online master’s in supply chain management has earned specialty accreditation from the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

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Tuition for master’s degrees and graduate certificates.

Out-Of-Pocket Tuition Possible

All U.S. active-duty servicemembers, National Guard members, and Reservists are eligible for our Freedom Grant® that covers undergraduate and master’s-level tuition above the military TA cap of $250/credit hour.

Entrance Exams

No GRE, GMAT, or other standardized test scores required. Programs start monthly.

Application Fee

There is no cost to apply.

Transfer Credit Evaluation

AMU does not charge to evaluate and apply eligible transfer credit.

Textbooks & Ebooks

We provide no-cost textbooks and ebooks for all master’s-level U.S active-duty servicemembers, National Guard members, Reservists, and military spouses/dependents.

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Why You Should Earn This Master's From AMU

Global Perspective

The curriculum focuses on the global supply chain. Supply chain information, logistics network design, process/product flows, and efficiencies achieved through process improvements are thoroughly examined.

Essential Topics

The program emphasizes application and critical thinking as it examines these core areas: purchasing, transportation, logistics, distribution, warehousing, reverse logistics, and acquisitions management.

Expert Insight

To ensure real-world field relevance, this program has been designed in consultation with industry experts to ensure our curriculum is on the leading edge of practice and innovation.

Valuable Takeaways

You will learn to use analytics and develop strategy to proactively manage risk using predictive models. To conclude your program, you will complete an e-portfolio to reflect your growth and demonstrate your learning.

Peer Engagement

Benefit from the insight of fellow students who are military and civilian logisticians and supply chain practitioners bringing their experience to the table to further inform learning.

No Entrance Exams

Begin your studies quickly. This master’s program requires no GMAT or GRE entrance exams, and the program starts monthly, putting you in control.

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* Zero-out-of-pocket tuition may be possible when the Freedom Grant® is combined with other forms of financial assistance, such as military TA or federal Pell grants. The Freedom Grant is available to all U.S. active-duty servicemembers, National Guard members, and Reservists. Military spouses/dependents are also eligible to receive a grant that covers tuition above the military TA cap of $250/credit hour for undergraduate and master’s-level programs.

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