Full-time MBA 1st Year — Supply Chain Management

Customize your Full-time MBA with a concentration in supply chain.

Distinct Full-time MBA concentrations enable you to align your degree with your career aspirations while creating your own path forward. Dedicated to your first year in the program, this community is for Full-time MBA students who are pursuing or considering a concentration in supply chain management. Bookmark this page and return to find resources, advice, events, personal connections, and other career opportunities curated with you in mind.

Why supply chain management?

The Full-time MBA concentration in supply chain management incorporates core business knowledge with the broad expertise of one of the most highly regarded supply chain programs in the United States. Students enrolled in this concentration become strategic thinkers, excellent analysts, effective communicators, and strong team leaders.
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WPC 502 (Q1)

This course is designed to prepare you to navigate the challenging MBA world of work and life-long career management. You…

WPC 502 (Q3)

Course Description: In this course you will apply the foundational career management best practices taught in Q1 through application-based practice…

WPC 584 Internship Course (Summer)

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Course Description: This course is designed to provide an experiential learning opportunity for you to experience MBA-caliber work and gain…


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