Supply Chain Management and Logistics MBA Degree Concentration
Why pursue an MBA degree with a concentration in supply chain management and logistics?
For professionals who are looking to make an impact by finding new and innovative ways to improve productivity and efficiency in the business and manufacturing world, an MBA with a concentration in Supply Chain Management may be ideal.
Focused on developing the skills to monitor and asses company data, finances and other factors, this degree program will help you foster a keen understanding of accounting, logistics, management and organizational structures to make an impact in the business world.
A few of the skills this concentration allows you to develop include:
- Linear, discrete, and nonlinear optimization
- Multicriteria decision making
- Process evaluation and design
- Capital budgeting
- Quality planning and control
- Maintenance planning and control
What can you do with an MBA with a concentration in supply chain management and logistics?
An MBA with a concentration in supply chain management allows students to pursue a management career in a variety of industries. An example of these positions include:
- Supplier Relations Management
- Contracts Management and Pricing
- Procurement and Supply Management
- Demand Forecasting
- Export/Import Operations and Management
- Consumer Services Management
- Warehouse Operations and Management
- Distribution Management
How long does it take to get an MBA with a concentration in supply chain management and logistics?
- Part-Time MBA Degree Program can take 2–3 years to complete
- Full-Time MBA Degree Program can take 1.5–2 years to complete
Supply chain management and logistics concentration curriculum
Requirements and coursework
|OPR 601||Managerial Decision Models and Simulation||3|
|POM 620||Management of Manufacturing Firms||3|
|POM 625||Supply Chain Management||3|
In addition to our supply chain management and logistics MBA concentration, Drexel LeBow offers a master’s of science in supply chain management program for those considering a master’s program.