Master of Supply Chain Management
Capstone Project

Supply Chain MSCM Capstone Project - Students

Put classroom insights to work

We've infused unforgettable experiential learning throughout the MSCM curriculum, including a signature capstone project in which students address a real challenge and deliver tangible results to their employer or an assigned organization.

- Apply learning to supply chain strategy
- Think analytically and drive decision making
- Work with partners to co-create value
- Build additional technical and soft skills

How the Capstone works

Capstone projects are student-led but faculty-guided experiences that allow students to showcase their learning while providing immediate value to an organization. MSCM students work on a real-world business challenge facing their employer or a challenge facing one of Fisher's partner companies. 

The MSCM's three immersive on-campus experiences include a capstone introduction, in-depth project discussion, and presentations.

Project Examples:

Consumer Home Delivery Demand Prediction Network Optimization and Global Distribution Strategy
Cost Reduction and Procurement Strategies Procurement Optimization
Forecasting Seasonal Demand and Demand Prediction Segmented Supply Chain Strategies
Internal Controls and Risk Assessment Supplier Sourcing and Recommendations
Inventory and Scheduling Optimization Supply Chain and Distribution Analysis/Models

The Fisher difference

Ohio State's MSCM program is taught by premier faculty at Fisher, and we understand the importance of connecting business and supply chain management cross-functionally. It's why companies worldwide hire Fisher graduates to solve their most pressing challenges. No matter the stage of your career, your MSCM capstone experience is personalized to you and designed to build the leadership skills and supply chain expertise necessary to reach your career goals.

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Many of the nation's most forward-thinking companies turn to Fisher faculty for new ideas and business solutions. Our research centers support teaching, research and development and provide a professional forum for exchange between faculty, students and the corporate community. MSCM students can utilize these centers to source a capstone project. 

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