M.B.A. in Supply Chain Management & Logistics
Residential Supply Chain Management and Logistics M.B.A.
Learn how to coordinate materials, manage finances, and analyze information as you prepare to make a difference in your career with a Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management and Logistics from Liberty University. Gain knowledge of domestic and global supply logistics and sharpen your critical thinking and management skills. Develop an understanding of core business concepts like finance and project management, as well as the technology you will need to use to stay at the forefront of the industry.
What is Supply Chain Management?
Supply Chain Management is the planning and processes that are required to optimize the flow of materials, information, and financial capital in a business. This then extends to demand planning, sourcing, production, inventory, and transportation.
Getting your M.B.A. in Supply Chain Management and Logistics at Liberty University
Study under professors who are grounded in their faith and learn from their extensive real-world experience as you prepare to enter the supply chain management and logistics industry. Professors teaching this degree include international supply chain executives with experience managing large-scale distribution and fulfillment centers as well as complex global supply chain networks. Our professors have also served on the regional board of directors for APICS (Association for Supply Chain Management).
Liberty’s School of Business offers state-of-the-art facilities, such as computer labs, research databases, and a stock trading room. The stock trading room is equipped with Bloomberg terminals giving you access to real-time data on companies or industries you may be researching.
- The MBA: Supply Chain Management and Logistics degree is also available online
Academic Information for the MBA: Supply Chain Management and Logistics
45 credit hours
Program of Study
Supply Chain Management Courses You Could Take
- Supply Chain Management (BUSI 613)
- Logistics (BUSI 615)
- Total Quality Management (BUSI 616)
- Global Economic Environment (BUSI 620)
- Operations Management (BUSI 650)
Your business degree is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). ACBSP is a specialized accreditation for business-related programs. This is in addition to Liberty University’s institutional accreditation.
Career Opportunities for the MBA in Supply Chain Management and Logistics
- Supply Chain Manager
- Demand Planner
- Supply Chain Data Scientist
- Procurement Manager
- Inventory Control Manager
- Purchasing Agent
- Logistics Analyst