Supply Chain Management
At Governors State University, the MBA with a Supply Chain Management specialization provides tomorrow's executives with the strong business foundation needed to compete in a global market.
Rapid changes in our economy, technology, and globalization are heightening the importance of supply chain management in organizations. In the Supply Chain Management MBA, students will learn to solve logistics problems to mobilize organizations in achieving strategic objectives, and to lead innovations resulting in business success.
CN Fellowships now available for Online MBA in Supply Chain cohort
The program is specifically designed for working professionals.
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- Accelerated 17-month program
- 100 percent online
- Highly interactive cohort format
- well-rounded curriculum
- accessible and dedicated full-time faculty
- Best value for a high quality, fully accredited online MBA program
As a graduate of the Supply Chain Management MBA program, you will possess strong business foundation along with knowledge of essential supply chain management issues facing organizations today:
- Forecasting and supply chain optimization
- Materials management
- Sourcing and procurement
- Distribution and logistics
- Warehouse, inventory and transportation management
- Cutting-edge theories and practices
CN Railroad Gift Will Support Innovative GSU Online MBA Program (November 2012)
Current article in Crain's Business on growth trends in Chicago area freight
Supply chain managers with the MBA degree earn nearly $24,000 more per year than those with a 4-year college degree (2011 Logistics Management Salary Survey)
In 2011, the average salary for supply chain managers exceeded $100,000 while supply chain VP/General managers exceeded $167,000 (2011 Logistics Management Salary Survey)
The vast majority of executive Supply Chain positions specify a preference for the MBA degree (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals)
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This program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)