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Liberty University’s 100% online MBA degree in Supply Chain Management and Logistics is designed for business professionals to take their expertise to the next level. Students will gain advanced corporate business and executive leadership training with a focus on efficient delivery of business resources.
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is defined as the management of the flow of goods and services. This complex process of moving and storing raw materials, keeping inventory, and delivering finished goods from the point of origin to the point of consumption is managed by competent business professionals with training in Supply Chain Management. With ever-growing complexity, businesses in our modern world face challenges with the problem of delivering business resources to where they are needed most, with the highest efficiency possible to reduce cost and increase profit margins.
The course content of the online MBA degree builds on your existing knowledge and experience in business to increase your critical thinking, leadership and management skills for new opportunities in administrative roles. You will gain important insights into the supply logistics in domestic and global business markets. Whether you are seeking to grow in your current role or explore other areas within the business administration field, our program is designed to equip you with the knowledge and training you need.
The online Master's in Business Administration - Supply Chain Management and Logistics provides a formalized study of methods and techniques for business resource delivery problems with real-world, evidence-based solutions that will improve the bottom line for any business, including fully digital markets. Whether you are in customer service management, warehousing, and inventory management, or in the business of delivering any physical goods, you will need to know the best possible methods to make your process efficient.
Combined with the online MBA degree’s core management and organization training and a suite of useful corporate business skills, the Supply Chain Management and Logistics area of study for the online MBA degree will help you dramatically enhance how your business operates.
By earning your MBA online from a non-profit university whose online programs ranked in the top five of more than 2,100 online colleges and universities for academic quality, affordability, and accessibility, you will be set apart from others in your field.
Our business school ranked GraduatePrograms.com list of Top Online Business Schools.
You will gain a balanced exposure to practical business topics in higher-order management strategies, leadership theories, and leadership analysis that will help you meet management challenges in any industry.
You can cross-train in many useful areas such as accounting, legal issues, and international business concepts for executive leaders to make you flexible enough to tackle unforeseen business challenges.
Learn how the impact of efficient supply line design can augment your business’s impact on the market and how it can dramatically affect profits.
The U.S. Department of Labor classifies management with a bright outlook for job growth. Business managers have greater job security because of their role in personnel management, and this profession is not suitable for companies to outsource to foreign markets.*
Completing a Master’s Degree demonstrates your willingness to go beyond basic practice to the of advanced business theory to solve difficult business problems.
100% online with no required on-campus intensives and no thesis requirement.
This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Provides a flexible selection of leadership analysis, management skills, and executive leadership development that will equip students for their industry’s leadership challenges.
Practical and effective logistics management skills can help improve business outcomes for nearly any industry.
Learn from business professionals with real-world, practical insights on business operations and management.
Students who complete the online Master's in Business Administration with the Supply Chain Management and Logistics area of study will complete a core course of study with advanced corporate business skills and knowledge and a focused selection of logistics management content. The core content of the online MBA degree contains important Business Research Methods and Organizational Design and Structure courses which will prepare students for analysis and management of business organizations and contains useful courses in various business disciplines such as Managerial Finance and Operations Management for added flexibility.
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Students in the Supply Chain Management and Logistics area of study will complete courses in specialized Logistics and Supply Chain Management for the theory and best practices. Students will also receive training in Total Quality Management and one industry-specific elective course of their choice to apply the theory and practice of logistics management to their business area.
BUSI 600 - Business Research Methods
BUSI 610 - Organizational Design and Structure
BUSI 613 - Supply Chain Management
BUSI 615 - Logistics*
*Course syllabi not yet available
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45 total hours
A maximum of 50% of the Master of Business Administration program credit hours may if approved and allowable.
Eight-week courses, eight different start dates each year, and no set login times.
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View the Degree Completion Plan for an official list of courses and a suggested sequence.
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Review the MBA in Supply Chain Management and Logistics degree admission requirements.
Industrial Production Manager
Loss Prevention Manager
Storage and Distribution Manager
Students who complete the online MBA in Supply Chain Management and Logistics will have the core business credential of the MBA with a section of specialized content that will equip them for management and executive leadership roles in supply chain and logistics for many industries. Graduates of the Supply Chain Management and Logistics area of study for the online MBA degree may find more opportunities for increased pay and new leadership roles, especially in the design and improvement of distribution for many forms of business, non-profits, and government operations.
*Data obtained from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) under the sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA). Information obtained on September 19, 2017.