The Master of Business Administration – Global Supply Chain Management degree program may be completed in two years or less and provides the high-level knowledge and range of skills necessary to meet the challenges of today’s complex global business. Rooted in the case method approach, this intensive program offers a uniquely collaborative, hands-on education.
The global supply chain management specialization provides managers the opportunity to understand and acquire the knowledge necessary to make decisions in emerging markets. The program is designed for managers who want to attain a rigorous business degree, understand lean initiatives and possess global relationship management attributes. The skill sets and knowledge acquired during the program are necessary components in today’s comptetitive and increasingly globalized workplace.
The following foundation courses are considered prerequisites to this program and will be waived for any student with an undergraduate degree in business or who has taken undergraduate courses in accounting, economics and finance with a minimum grade of B.
The M.B.A. degree requires completion of a common set of six core courses including the capstone course in strategic management, and an additional two directed electives (BUS 5000-level or higher) chosen with the approval of the faculty advisor. These required courses are designed to prepare the student to respond to the complex business decisions that arise in today’s rapidly changing environment. As such, these courses incorporate either case studies or projects that require extensive qualitative and/or quantitative analysis.