Quinnipiac University School of Business

MBA - Supply Chain Management Track

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The field of supply chain management is experiencing significant growth in the number of opportunities for individuals who bring the right skills to organizations of all types. Manufacturing and service industries, including, but not limited to, consumer products, consumer durables, pharmaceuticals, retail, insurance and banking, all need to manage their supply chains efficiently and effectively in a global environment that is characterized by competition and change. Supply chain managers spot complications and create effective solutions in order to increase efficiency within a company and positively affect its corporate strategy.

Leadership opportunities and compensation packages are competitive across industries. Graduates at the MBA level who obtained positions in supply chain management reported significantly higher starting salaries than other MBAs, according to a study done by the Wall Street Journal.

Supply chain management is a truly interdisciplinary field that requires people with skills in logistics and analytics, along with global awareness and team building. Graduates of this track are well prepared to pursue upwardly mobile and highly rewarding professional careers in purchasing, operations, transportation, logistics, supply chain management and related fields.

For more information about supply chain careers, please see:

The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals - Career Center

The Association for Operations Management - Career Center

The Institute for Supply Management - 2013 Salary Survey

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