Here, you are an asset to global operations.
Supply Chain Managers oversee the entire manufacturing process
from initial production to the consumer’s hands. Governors State’s 100% online Master of Business Administration in Supply
Chain Management, taught by GSU’s world-class, full-time faculty members
will deliver the specialized knowledge you need to optimize supply chains in
businesses of any size across the globe.
Demand for Supply Chain Managers has become even greater as
technology has brought our world closer together, and more companies have grown
into complex international operations. Obtain the skills you need to enter
global markets through graduate-level coursework in management, operations, and
your career goals.
Advance your career as an executive in the growing field of
manufacturing. In the Supply Chain Management MBA, you will obtain the skills
needed to manage the network of functions required to deliver a product to the
Our AACSB-accredited College of Business has structured a
curriculum that will provide you the global knowledge needed in any
organization—and with a 100% online format, the Supply Chain Management program
opens doors to learning in any location with any schedule.
an MBA in Supply Chain Management?
Demand for Supply Chain Management professionals continues to
grow in order to meet the expansion of the manufacturing industry. Our MBA in
Supply Chain Management will equip you with a well-rounded understanding of
business functions, combined with applicable skills to help companies solve
problems and increase profits.
As of 2019, the national average salary for a Supply Chain Manager is $110,399 with an average range of
$97,540 – $127,533 (salary.com). Chicago’s average salary for Supply Chain Managers is $117,023.
Achieve your MBA in as little as 18 months. Governors State’s 36-credit
hour MBA in Supply Chain Management is offered 100% online. Enroll full-time to
jumpstart your career or part-time for added flexibility.
GSU’s 5-Year MBA Admission Track is designed for the motivated and hard-working undergraduate students who want to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and a Masters of Business Administration degree in 5 years. Current undergraduate GSU students may be eligible for admission into the 5-Year Master of Business Administration (MBA) admission track. Admitted students will earn their Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree within 4-years of admission into the university as a freshman (or 2-years after transferring as a junior) and their MBA after a 5th year of coursework.
Dr. Tricia Kerns, University Lecturer
As a former student of GSU and now an instructor, I enjoy sharing my personal experiences and learning from our students. As I had to work full-time when I went to school, I appreciate the extra effort that our students give in balancing real-life expectations with learning. My career led me from a forklift driver to an Operations Manager/Supply Chain Manager working with teams in China. I enjoyed learning the business industry for 20 years and followed the ever-changing ‘global marketplace’ as it unfolded.
I often tell my students, ‘As you walk your journey at GSU, enjoy the experience—one day it will connect you and the bigger picture.'
Richard Smolik, Transportation Manager, Fuchs Lubricants
Supply Chain Management is a very dynamic field, and it takes a wide skillset. Marketing, technology, management—all of the coursework has transferred into my current role. In the Supply Chain Management MBA, I learned to interpret data into a real picture and to keep asking questions until I get to the bottom of an issue. Even though all of my courses were online, help was always available to me whenever I needed it. I met with my professors on campus regularly and still keep in contact with them today. Read Richard's full story.
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