This graduate program prepares students for the challenges of managing the logistics of global supply chains from both a strategic and operational perspective. The program encompasses the ability to analyze and evaluate the flow of goods, customer service, finances, and information from the supplier’s suppliers to the ultimate consumer.
- Traditional, full-time, 10-month, on campus program
- Total of 36-credit hours
- Cohort style program offering the entire campus experience
- Orientation classes begin in mid August with traditional classes beginning in September
- Program concludes by mid-June with an Integrating Strategic Module
- Undergraduate degree in business is not required
- Taught by MMA faculty with real-world industry experience
- 4+1 Alumni Advantage for MMA alumni
Primary course work in this fully accredited program includes: Accounting, Economics, Marketing, Global Procurement, Fundamentals of Logistics, International Logistics, Production/Operations Management, Port and Terminal Management, and Strategic Business Management. Class size averages 10-20, providing the opportunity for an exciting, interactive learning environment.