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Indiana University Bloomington

Operations & Decision Technologies


Explore the opportunities to earn your Master's in Global Supply Chain opportunities at Kelley.

Master's (MBA & Specialized)

Degree Requirements

Master’s in Business Administration (MBA)

The Department of Operations and Decision Technologies (ODT) offers an MBA major in supply chain and operations and minors in:

  • Decision Support Modeling
  • Information Systems
  • Supply Chain and Operations Management

Our students take the required courses for all Kelley MBAs as well as courses specific to majors and minors in this department. Our majors and minors are complemented by the Supply Chain and Global Management Academy, worth six hours of credit toward your degree.

For more information, see major and minor requirements for MBA students.

Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS)

The Master of Science in Information Systems is an 18-month, 30- to 36-credit hour, full-time graduate program. The curriculum covers both technology and business areas and blends classroom instruction with experiential learning to prepare students to meet the needs of the contemporary IT market. The MSIS degree enables you to enhance your knowledge of how corporations use technology to address business problems. Students in this program can also take electives in areas such as consulting, general management, and supply chain management to further enhance their business skills. This is the only such degree offered by a top-20 business school. Learn more about the MSIS curriculum.

Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management (MS in GSCM)

The Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management is a 30-credit hour program designed to prepare professionals to be effective managers of the many critical business processes that transcend the various stages of the modern day supply chain. Students in this program study the new supply chain paradigm that explores how information and material flow through the supply chain and how technology is used to manage that flow. This degree is offered through the Kelley Direct Online Program.