MBA Concentrations – Supply Chain Management
The function of supply chain management is experiencing rapid job growth and is an ideal career path for business professionals who enjoy analyzing data, solving complex business problems, and leading organizational change. With the amount of data business are collecting the speed with which business moves, companies worldwide are seeking expertise in logistics and supply chain management for strategic advantage. Demand for supply chain expertise is strong across a variety of industries, including healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, retail, distribution, and technology. MBA graduates with a concentration on Supply Chain Management can be drivers of innovative change and creators of strategic value for businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. Students in the Supply Chain Management concentration will gain a theoretical understanding and hands-on experience with global procurement, logistics, operations, demand forecasting, sustainability issues, and other topics critical to roles in the field.
Supply Chain Management
Required Courses for Concentration
|3 courses - 9 credit hours|
|BUS 662||Global Procurement|
|BUS 641||Sustainable Supply Chain Management|
|BUS 661||Logistics and Operations|