Master of Supply Chain Management
Coaching and Career

Supply Chain Management Career Data

Take control of your supply chain leadership legacy while building diverse, career-shaping skills and relationships with peers, faculty and corporate partners.

Sustained Support at Fisher

As an MSCM student, you'll have a dedicated academic advisor and career coach supporting you throughout the program. While many of our working professional MSCM students seek advancement within their current companies, you have access to Fisher's nationally-prominent career services not found at other institutions. Our award-winning Office of Career Management is dedicated solely to supporting Fisher students and alumni so you can leverage the breadth of resources available at Fisher and The Ohio State University.

Graduate Student Career Services

    • Open/Close Your Academic Advisor
      • Advises you on class registration, including course selection and elective exploration
      • Serves as a vital point of contact for both academic and non-academic requests or issues
      • Communicates and administers academic policies and procedures, reviews academic standing and assists with academic hardships
      • Reviews and tracks your progress to assure adherence to graduation requirements
    • Open/Close Your Career Coach/Consultant
      • Engages as early as possible with you through our career core modules to prepare you for success
      • Offers personalized one-on-one appointments to support career goals, create marketing plans, refine your resume/cover letter, build interview skills, and develop networking and negotiating tactics.
      • Suggests Career Foundation Seminars and Career Success Series Workshops to help you reach your individual career goals
      • Recommends on-campus recruiting, job fairs, networking events, company information sessions and group trips

    A great place to start is to review the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) Salary and Career Report. You'll find a lot of information about career paths and potential outcomes.

    Some key findings:

    • Respondents report an average nine percent pay increase since 2020. 
    • Total media compensation has increased since 2020 by 12% to $96k annually.
    • Supply chain professionals continue to report high job satisfaction despite ongoing turmoil.
    Salary and Career Report
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