MBA - Supply Chain Management Track

Organizations all around the world are looking for skilled professionals in the field of supply chain management to keep things running efficiently and effectively, even in a changing, fast-paced environment. The supply chain management field has experienced significant growth in recent years, creating new opportunities specifically for graduates with specialized MBA degrees.

As a supply chain manager, you'll be expected to spot complications and generate effective solutions to move your organization's corporate strategy forward. Quinnipiac University's online MBA supply chain management track helps you build those skills and prepares you for a highly rewarding professional career in purchasing, operations, transportation, logistics, supply chain management or other similar fields.


When you pursue the MBA supply chain management track, you'll earn the same number of credits as Quinnipiac University's traditional MBA program. The first 34 credits of the track are the MBA core requirements. You can then take specialized courses that focus on supply chain management to complete the 46 credits you need to earn your MBA.

Required Core Courses (25 credits):
Course Title Credits
MBA 601 Foundations for Decision Making 1
MBA 615 Managing the Decision Making Process 3
MBA 620 Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision Making 3
MBA 625 Organizational Behavior and Leadership for Decision Makers 3
MBA 635 Decision Making for Business Operations 3
MBA 640 Financial Decision Making 3
MBA 645 Marketing Decision Making 3
MBA 660 Decision Making in a Global Economy 3
MBA 690 Integrated Strategic Decision Making Capstone 3
Decision Making Tools (choose one - 3 credits):
EC 600 Managerial Economics 3
CIS 600 Information Systems Strategy 3
MBA 610 Business Decision Analysis 3
Supply Chain Management Track Courses* (18 credits):
MG 640 Strategic Sourcing & Supply Management 3
MG 641 Operations & Supply Chain Management 3
MG 642 Transportation Management 3
MK 615 Managing Marketing Channels 3
Electives (6 credits required) 3

*Under advisement, students may select alternative courses related to supply chain based on their own professional and career interests Examples of courses that have been used for this purpose in the past include CIS 625-ERP Design and Implementation and IB 623-International Business Negotiation.

Courses and curriculum requirements are subject to change.