Learn how to manage a global sourcing and production network.
Supply chain management covers every component of the business cycle, from production to product fulfillment. Acquire the practical know-how you need to understand fashion's global supply chain at a management level -- and prepare for a career in the critical areas of operations management, supply chain analytics, procurement, and logistics.
Courses & Requirements
The Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Global Fashion Supply Chain Management prepares graduates for careers focused on supply chain management in the fashion industry. The curriculum covers a variety of topics including: supply chain strategies, logistics, global sourcing, change management, e-commerce strategies, analytics, and project management.
Registered HEGIS Code 0506
(Total credits: 30)
Students enrolled in the Global Pathway to Fashion Program will complete the following:
- PATH 035A - Graduate: The Language of Business and Fashion I credit(s): 9
- PATH 0510 - Graduate Support Lab credit(s): 3
- PATH 0590 - Graduate: Pathway Special Topics credit(s): 3
- MPSM 600 - Fashion Marketing Management credit(s): 3 or MPSR 651 - Advanced Fashion Merchandising credit(s): 3 or MPSS 600 - Supply Chain Management Fundamentals credit(s): 3
- PATH 035B - Graduate: Language of Business and Fashion II credit(s): 9
PATH 0510 - Graduate Support Lab credit(s): 3
PATH 0590 - Graduate: Pathway Special Topics credit(s): 3
MPSM 602 - Services Marketing in the Fashion Industry credit(s): 3 or MPSR 652 - Consumer Behavior in Fashion credit(s): 3 or MPSS 601 - The Relationship Between Fashion and the Supply Chain credit(s): 3
PATH course credits are institutional credits - they do not count towards total degree program credit requirement.
In order to proceed to the next level and/or complete the program, students must earn a Global Pathways GPA of 2.00 or better.
Opportunities at LIM
Supply chain professionals are in high demand. With this degree, you can pursue or advance your career in areas such as fulfillment, logistics, operations, inventory management, procurement, and analytics. Job titles for recent graduates have include: Supply Chain Order Management Analyst, Sourcing Associate, Purchasing Manager and Logistics Coordinator.Explore types of careers
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Get invaluable experience –and make important connections –through optional internship experiences. Students in this program have interned at companies that include Rebecca Taylor, Calvin Klein/PVH, Li & Fung, and more.Browse internship opportunities