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The Fall 2015 application cycle begins September 2014. Incomplete applications will not be considered for admission. Admission decisions are made according to the deadlines below. If you intend to apply during rolling admissions, please contact Nikki Lemley, Associate Director of Specialized Masters Admissions, at 314-935-8469 or email us at MSSCMInfo@wustl.edu.
| Application Deadlines for Fall 2015 |
| Round: || Deadline: || Notification on or before: |
| 1 || October 1, 2014 || December 16, 2014 |
| 2 || January 5, 2015 || March 24, 2015 |
| 3 || March 18, 2015 || May 5, 2015 |
|4 ||*Rolling admissions |
*Rolling admissions is only available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Working professionals in the St. Louis area can pursue this program on a part-time basis. Part-time students generally take six credit hours of coursework each semester (fall, spring, and summer) and complete the degree in approximately two years.
Washington University Undergraduate Students
If you're a Washington University student who is interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Supply Chain Management degree, it is recommended that you contact the Associate Director of Admissions, Nikki Lemley
What does it take to be admitted to Olin's MSSCM program?
We review each applicant on a number of factors, looking for individuals with strong academic, professional, and extracurricular activities. We base our selections on your past performance, quantitative skills, and communication skills. To ensure diversity in each entering class, we admit students with various backgrounds, experiences, talents, and interests.
- You must have completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution, comparable to Washington University's four-year bachelor's degree, at the time of enrollment in the MSSCM program.
- Although professional work experience is not a requirement for admission, most successful applicants have had significant internship and/or work experience prior to acceptance into the program.