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Program Details

Nova Southeastern University offers a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Supply Chain Management. The program is designed to enhance on a student’s knowledge and understanding of how multiple companies and components come together in an upwards or downwards system.

A supply chain is a group of companies directly linked by a flow of products. The advanced study of supply chain management encompasses the multiple steps and processes that create an efficient system of development. The most common steps in a process include: the movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-progress inventory, and finished goods from the point of origin to point of consumption. Modern business’ and organizations require higher levels of management in specific areas of supply chain logistics and students earning a master’s degree can seek opportunities within many industries.

The master’s program is comprised of core MBA courses in addition to the specialized supply chain management courses that delve into the key concepts of international transport and logistics, managing customer and supplier relations and supply chain infrastructure and information technology. Students will be required to demonstrate a complete understanding of the program’s objectives by completing a capstone course before graduation. Graduates of the Supply Chain Management program will be able to contribute the essential skills needed to perform with domestic suppliers as well as the understanding of sourcing products and services internationally.

Requirements

3.0 GPA. A bachelors degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or an equivalent degree for international applicants. Official transcripts.

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges