M.B.A. Concentration in Supply Chain Management

Keep Business On The Move

As long as goods are made in one place and buyers are in another, there will always be a demand for supply chain talent – particularly as globalization becomes standard practice for virtually every industry. The importance of this discipline to the bottom line is why many supply chain executives are integral participants on senior management and boardroom teams.

Your M.B.A. in Supply Chain Management covers the strategy and execution of ensuring efficient, profitable movement and storage of goods, from point of origin to consumption, including both domestic and international sourcing. You’ll pair this specialized knowledge with the advanced business foundation gained in your core M.B.A. curriculum.

Your completed degree empowers you to hit the ground running – ready to make informed and valuable contributions to your organization’s supply chain management and decision-making processes.

Take the next steps to success. Apply for NSU’s M.B.A. concentration in Supply Chain Management.

Quick Facts

Curriculum

NSU’s M.B.A. program is 39 total credits to complete.

Start Dates

The M.B.A. concentration in Supply Chain Management is available once per year, in sequence, with one course per term, beginning in the winter.

Delivery Options

Classes for the M.B.A. in Supply Chain Management program are offered through evening programs at our Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus or online. Core M.B.A. classes are offered online or at the Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus through our full-time and evening programs.

Tuition

Tuition for the degree program is $840 per credit hour, with online programs offered at $895 per credit hour. Discounted rates are available through our employer tuition program.

Earning Potential

Supply Chain Manager $104,850 Average Salary Per Year

3% Projected Employment Growth

Logistics Manager $86,630 Average Salary Per Year

3% Projected Employment Growth

Purchasing Manager $108,120 Average Salary Per Year

1% Projected Employment Growth

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Program Overview

About the M.B.A. Concentration in Supply Chain Management

NSU's Supply Chain Management program offers an understanding of the familiarity of domestic suppliers and sophistication of sourcing products and services internationally.

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