MS in Management Science and Supply Chain Management to MBA
Students completing the Master of Science in management science and supply chain management (MS-MSSCM) program or Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at WSU may be allowed to use up to 12 credit hours (four courses) to complete the other program if they pursue it (i.e., double-counting 12 credit hours between two programs). The 12 credit hours will be completed by the student as a requirement for the MS-MSSCM or MBA program. The main objective of making this change is to provide the opportunity to students to pursue dual degrees (MS-MSSCM and MBA) and structure the curriculum so that both programs can be completed within a reasonable time frame. One program must be completed before any courses can be applied to the other program.
Students in the MBA program are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the program. The requirement can be met by completing two core graduate courses: MKT 803/MGMT 803 and MIS 874. These courses provide opportunities to to gain applied learning experiences through projects.