Rutgers Business School: Graduate Programs-Newark and New Brunswick offers undergraduate supply chain management (SCM) major students a chance to combine their bachelor of science
in supply chain management degree with the master of science in healthcare analytics and intelligence (M.S.H.A.I.) graduate program, and earn both a bachelor's
and a master's degree within five years.
- Enroll in the supply chain management in our undergraduate
New Brunswick or Newark program.
- Junior- or senior-level students with a completion of at
least 75 credits of undergraduate coursework can apply.
- A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and a major GPA (grade-point average of all courses with 799 curriculum code) of 3.4 or higher.
- Admitted students eligible to start the accelerated M.S.H.A.I.
track (B.S./M.S. program) after completing 90 credits of undergraduate coursework.
Note that satisfying the above minimum qualifications does
not guarantee admission to the program. The program may impose a capacity
limit, since there is a limit for the number of undergraduate students allowed
in each graduate course.
Students in the accelerated M.S.H.A.I. program will be given the
option to substitute up to 6 undergraduate SCM credits with 6 M.S.H.A.I. graduate
credits in selected M.S.H.A.I. courses in their senior year, and have them count
toward their SCM undergraduate degree as well as the M.S.H.A.I. graduate degree,
subjected to approval of the M.S.H.A.I. program director.
Students can also choose to take other M.S.H.A.I. courses in
their senior year, subject to the 6-credit limit. However, the courses outside
the above substitution list will only count toward the students' M.S.H.A.I.
requirements and their total undergraduate credits, but not their undergraduate
SCM major requirements.