Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM)

MSCM Program Description

The Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) is 10 month program.  Students attend three terms (Summer, Fall and Winter) and complete 30 credit hours to earn their degree.

*Entering Cohort 2021 will attend Fall, Winter, and Spring

MSCM Tuition

Cohort 2022

Semester:Michigan ResidentNon-Resident
Summer 2022$10,826$11,826
Fall 2022$21,651$23,651
Winter 2023$21,651$23,651
Total Tuition$54,128$59,128

Cohort 2023

Semester:Michigan ResidentNon-Resident
Summer 2023$11,003$12,003
Fall 2023$22,006$24,006
Winter 2024$22,006$24,006
Total Tuition$55,015$60,015

The Cohort 2023 tuition rates were approved by the University of Michigan Board of Regents in June 2022.  Cohort 2024 rates will be posted in July 2023.  

For information on current tuition and fee rates, please visit the Office of the Registrar website.

MSCM Cost of Attendance Budget For Cohort 2023 

Summer 2023 Cost of Attendance for MSCM Cohort 2023

Estimated:Michigan ResidentNon-Resident
Tuition Cohort 2023 – 5 credits$11,003$12,003
Registration Fees$83$83
Books and Supplies$311$311
Food and Housing$4,445$4,445
Personal Expenses (including Health Care Insurance)$1,657$1,657
Federal Loan Fees$56$56
Estimated Cost of Attendance Total$17,555$18,555


Cohort 2023 Fall/Winter Cost of Attendance Budgets will be available July 2023.

A student’s financial aid is awarded based on the above standard estimated Cost of Attendance budget. Student’s may borrow up to the Cost of Attendance budget; less other aid (such as scholarships and department aid) to cover other budget expenses.

The University of Michigan bills all students for tuition and registration fees. Housing is billed only if the student lives in University of Michigan housing. International students are billed for International Health Insurance (part of personal expenses) each month and an additional international student service fee of $500 per semester.

Sometimes the standard estimated Cost of Attendance does not realistically meet a student’s actual expenses. Student’s that are in need of additional aid beyond the standard estimated Cost of Attendance budget, may want to seek a Budget Re-Evaluation.


Students who believe their residency status should be In State (Michigan Resident) and not Out of State (Non-Resident), will want to contact the Residency Classification Office. 5000 LS&A Building, South State St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1382 Phone: (734) 764-1400 500 Fax: (734) 615-2432

The Ross School of Business Office of Financial Aid is a satellite office of the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid.