Supply Chain Logistics Team

Supply Chain Logistics Management Emphasis


The program of study leading to the MBA with an Emphasis in Supply Chain Logistics Management is 36 semester hours and focuses on developing the graduate student’s knowledge in core areas important to creating supply chain logistics strategies, managing transportation and distribution operations, and cross-functional decision-making leveraging logistics resources and competencies. Graduates of the program are prepared for a variety of careers in the marketing and managing of logistics, transportation, and distribution services including positions such as supply chain logistics strategist, global intermodal transportation manager, and logistics distribution and terminal operations manager. 

Academic Learning Plan - MBA with SCLM Emphasis (doc)

In addition to foundational proficiencies, candidates are expected to have completed the equivalent of one of the following UWF courses:

MAR 3202 Supply Chain Logistics Management
TRA 3153 Strategic Transportation Management
MAN 3504 Operations Management

MBA Core (27 Semester Hours)

GEB 5878 Business Process Integration 1.5 semester hours
GEB 5930 Information Resources and Industry Analysis 1.5 semester hours
ACG 6309 Accounting for Decision Making 3.0 semester hours
MAN 6156 Management and Organizational Behavior 3.0 semester hours
QMB 6305 Quantitative Methods for Business 3.0 semester hours
ISM 6137 Business Analytics 3.0 semester hours
ECP 6705 Advanced Managerial Economics 3.0 semester hours
FIN 6406 Financial Management 3.0 semester hours
MAR 6815 Marketing Management 3.0 semester hours
MAN 6721 Strategic Management 3.0 semester hours

Supply Chain Logistics Management Emphasis Courses (9 Semester Hours)

MAN 5619  Global Logistics Management  3.0 Semester Hours
TRA 5206 Logistics Systems and Analytics  3.0 Semester Hours
TRA 5159 Seminar in Supply Chain Logistics Strategy 3.0 Semester Hours

Total Hours: 36.0 Semester Hours


 

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Accredited by AACSB International

We are accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Fewer than 4.7% of business schools worldwide have earned this symbol of the highest standard in management education.