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MBA – Supply Chain Management Track

In today’s fast-paced and interconnected global economy, companies need experts who can manage their warehouse and transportation systems. As a supply chain manager, you can help your company maintain a competitive edge by ensuring that materials and products make it from source to consumer as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Program Overview

Supply chain managers have their eyes, ears and hands on nearly every stage of a product’s life cycle. In this role, you’ll oversee the purchase and storage of raw materials, track their development into new products, and develop cost-effective strategies for shipping the largest quantities possible to your company’s consumer base. Your attention to detail and solution-based mindset make you vital to the success of companies in virtually every major industry, from hospital and retail to manufacturing, distribution and even banking.

In supply chain management, you are responsible for material sourcing, transportation, inventory control and operations management. Our specialized track blends core MBA skills with proficiency in logistics technology, analytics, global markets and team-based project leadership to prepare you for success at the top of a field experiencing tremendous growth.

The supply-chain track also is offered through QU Online, as part of our online MBA program, allowing you more flexibility to complete your studies and advance your career while balancing the responsibilities of work and life.

Curriculum and Requirements

The MBA-SCM track has the same number of credits as the MBA program. The first 28 credits of the track are the MBA core. Students then take specialized concentration courses to complete the 46 credits required for the MBA. A student interested in the MBA-SCM track should indicate this to his/her adviser early in the program.

MBA/SCM Program of Study

Course List
Foundational Course Work
MBA 601Foundations for Decision Making (MBA QUick Start)1
Decision Making Tools:
Select one of the following:3
EC 600
Managerial Economics
CIS 600
Information Systems Strategy
MBA 610
Business Decision Analysis
Decision Making and Strategic Integration (Part 1)
MBA 615Managing the Decision Making Process3
Core Business Disciplines
MBA 620Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision Making (AC 620)3
MBA 625Organizational Behavior and Leadership for Decision Makers3
MBA 635Decision Making for Business Operations3
MBA 640Financial Decision Making3
MBA 645Marketing Decision Making3
MBA 660Decision Making in a Global Economy 13
Supply Chain Track Courses
MG 641Supply Chain Management3
MG 642Logistics Management3
MG 643Strategic Sourcing and Supply Management3
Graduate Electives 1
Select three graduate electives either in a specific concentration/discipline or customized by the student 19
Decision Making and Strategic Integration (Part 2)
MBA 690Decision Making Capstone3
Total Credits46

 BS/MBA students must complete MBA 688 (3 credits)