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Systems Engineering and Management MS or Supply Chain Analyst MS?

  1. Sep 8, 2012 #1
    Straight up, I want to be a Chief Office eventually. I can concentrate the SEM MS into many categories--probably choosing healthcare for a few reasons--including their high salary and necessity.

    However, what about Supply Chain Management...honestly, I don't like the idea of working in a warehouse environment all the time--I currently am graduating with my Bachelor's in Operations Research. I work for a fairly large distribution company, but it's just not "me." Though I love the idea that I have to do math and stats; it's more the environment that kills me.

    What do you think would be a better choice (despite what I have said so far)? What would you choose, why?

    Thanks!
     
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