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Online Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management

Become an expert on the strategic role of supply management and learn to assess and improve operational efficiency.

Apply by: 8/17/20
Start Class: 8/31/20

Program Overview

$17,850 In-State Tuition
as few as 12 months Program Duration
30 Credit Hours

Prepare to handle broad managerial responsibilities in a variety of service and manufacturing settings in the Online Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management program from Bowling Green State University.

In this nationally acclaimed program, you will study the strategic role of supply management within organizations, such as key links between strategic sourcing, category management, project management, and sustainability. Plus, this innovative program enables you to earn a prestigious BGSU degree in a convenient online format with the flexibility to accommodate the schedules of working professionals.

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The BGSU College of Business holds dual accreditation in business and accounting from The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

Graduates of this Online MBA program will be able to:

  • Utilize tools and processes for more strategic integration of source-make-deliver practices within an organization
  • Identify and implement category plans and sourcing strategies
  • Evaluate and negotiate with suppliers to establish and administer contracts, plus manage supplier relationships
  • Make solid business decisions through information analysis
  • Develop leadership skills to more effectively lead an organization, team, or business unit
  • Utilize tools and processes for more strategic integration of source-make-deliver practices within an organization
  • Identify and implement category plans and sourcing strategies
  • Evaluate and negotiate with suppliers to establish and administer contracts, plus manage supplier relationships
  • Make solid business decisions through information analysis
  • Develop leadership skills to more effectively lead an organization, team, or business unit

This program prepares you for roles such as:

  • Logistics Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Purchasing Director
  • Transportation Analyst
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Logistics Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Purchasing Director
  • Transportation Analyst
  • Supply Chain Manager

Graduates of this Online MBA program will be able to:

  • Utilize tools and processes for more strategic integration of source-make-deliver practices within an organization
  • Identify and implement category plans and sourcing strategies
  • Evaluate and negotiate with suppliers to establish and administer contracts, plus manage supplier relationships
  • Make solid business decisions through information analysis
  • Develop leadership skills to more effectively lead an organization, team, or business unit
  • Utilize tools and processes for more strategic integration of source-make-deliver practices within an organization
  • Identify and implement category plans and sourcing strategies
  • Evaluate and negotiate with suppliers to establish and administer contracts, plus manage supplier relationships
  • Make solid business decisions through information analysis
  • Develop leadership skills to more effectively lead an organization, team, or business unit

This program prepares you for roles such as:

  • Logistics Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Purchasing Director
  • Transportation Analyst
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Logistics Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Purchasing Director
  • Transportation Analyst
  • Supply Chain Manager
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Tuition

The Online MBA program offers affordable, pay-by-the-course tuition. All fees are included in the total tuition. Tuition and fees are subject to change. Books are sold separately.

$595 Per Credit Hour (Ohio Students)
$17,850 Total Tuition (Ohio Students)

Ohio students

Program Per Credit Hour Per Course Per Program
MBA with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management $595 $1,785 $17,850

Out-of-state students

Program Per Credit Hour Per Course Per Program
MBA with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management $606 $1,818 $18,180

Calendar

BGSU online programs are delivered in an accelerated format ideal for working professionals, conveniently featuring multiple start dates each year. Get started today!

8/17/20 Next Application Deadline
8/31/20 Start Classes
TERMSTART DATECOURSE END DATEAPPLICATION DEADLINEDOCUMENT DEADLINEREGISTRATION DEADLINE
Fall 18/31/2010/16/208/17/208/19/208/28/20
Fall 210/26/2012/11/2010/12/2010/14/2010/23/20
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Admissions

At BGSU, we’ve streamlined the admission process to help you get started quickly and easily. Please read the requirements for the Online MBA, including what additional materials you need and where you should send them. The requirements include:

3 years of work experience
Undergraduate degree from an accredited university
GPA of 2.75 or higher
3 professional references through online application

You must meet the following requirements for admission to the Online MBA program.

  • Submit graduate application and $45 application fee
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited university, with a minimum 2.75 overall GPA
  • Three years of professional work experience
  • Three professional references (through online application process)
  • Professional resume detailing educational and work experience
  • Official GMAT score report, which can be waived if you have a 3.0 undergraduate GPA
  • Scanned copies of official or unofficial transcripts from all institutions attended. Upon admission, final official or notarized copies of transcripts from all institutions where degrees were earned and diplomas from international institutions must be submitted.
  • Applicants without a business undergraduate degree must take three corequisite foundation courses

Official transcripts, test scores and other documents should be sent from the granting institutions to:

Graduate College
120 McFall Center
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403

BGSU’s Supply Chain Management program is ranked among the Top 25 in the United States by Gartner.

Courses

For the Online MBA with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management, you must complete 15 credit hours of core courses, 12 credit hours of electives, and a capstone course. If you do not hold an undergraduate degree in business, then you must take an additional 9 hours of corequisite foundation courses (these can be taken concurrently with MBA core courses).

Students who do not hold an undergraduate degree in business must take the following courses, which can be completed as corequisites.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Addresses financial accounting concepts and development of financial statements. Emphasis is placed on the effect of business processes on the reported financial statements of an organization and on the usage of financial information in the management and analysis of business operations.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Introduces statistical concepts and techniques encountered in business decision-making. Focuses on the role of statistics in decision-making. Covers topics such as exploratory data analysis, sampling distributions, confidence interval estimation, and hypothesis testing and topics such as population average and proportion, regression analysis, forecasting, analysis of variance, contingency tables, design of experiments, and factor analysis.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Emphasizes the application of microeconomic theory to the decision-making process of the firm. Topics include marginal analysis, market structure, competitive strategy, and public policy issues
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Applies accounting to the decision-making, planning, and control processes of management. Emphasizes the nature, use, and reliability of accounting data for decision-making. Prerequisite: MBA students only or with permission of Graduate Programs in Business.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Relevant theory and practice as related to a planning, analysis and control framework for developing and evaluating general marketing strategy as well as component strategies and tactics. Managerial decision making is stressed and illustrated through case analysis or other experiential exercises. Prerequisites: MBA 6030 and STAT 6010.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Case method approach to acquisition and allocation of funds for non-financial firms; working capital management; capital budgeting, long-term fund sources, dividend policy; valuation, merger. Executive view stressed. Prerequisite: MBA 6000.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Focuses on how supply chains create value for organizations, their suppliers and customers. Explores supply, operations, and logistics processes and how these processes are integrated with other functions within the firm and across organizations. Examines supply chain strategy; product, process, and service design; quality and lean; planning, control, and measurement systems; and ethical and environmental decisions. Prerequisite: STAT 6010.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Legal environment and the vital role law plays in all business decisions. Basic law concepts illustrated from viewpoint of the firm. Social responsibility of corporations; topics include white collar crime, social accounting, legal and restructuring of the corporate firm, and government regulation.

Students must take SCM 6010, SCM 6030, and MBA 6010, plus choose ONE additional MBA elective from the following.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
This course examines the strategic role of supply management within organizations.  Topics covered include developing and implementing category plans, developing sourcing strategies, identifying, evaluating, and negotiating with suppliers to establish contracts, administering contracts, and managing supplier relationships.  The importance of ethics and sustainability in global supply management and how digital technologies are changing supply chain processes are explored. Approved for distance learning.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Projects are key drivers of change in today’s supply chains because they link strategy, execution, and capabilities.  Effective supply chain leaders must be competent project managers.  This course presents the foundations of project management and introduces students to the world of real-life supply chain project challenges.  Course topics include key issues when managing projects in supply chains: strategy, project selection, structure and culture, project plans, managing risk, scheduling resources, reducing project duration, leading and managing teams, supply chain change management, performance management and evaluation and current topics in supply chain project management.  Approved for distance learning.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
This is the second course in financial accounting. It reinforces topics from the previous course and examines more advanced accounting topics than those included in the first financial accounting course. Topics include investments, contingent liabilities, long term debt, leases, pensions, the equity section, earnings per share, income taxes and the statement of cash flows. Each section is independent of previous topics
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Auditing principles and procedures for independent verification of financial records and reviews of operations as used by internal auditors and public accountants. Nature of audit evidence, evaluation of internal controls, statistical sampling, computer auditing.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Understanding the effective functioning of individuals, groups and teams in organizations. Emphasizes application of behavioral science knowledge to major organizational issues such as performance, decision making, communication, conflict, and leadership. Employs a cross-cultural perspective.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Appraisal of investment risks of specific securities; valuation and suitability of specific securities for investment. Management of fixed-income and equity portfolios emphasizing the role that options and futures play in managing securities portfolios.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Provides MBA students with the opportunity to develop analytical skills through the application of quantitative models to managerial problems. Students will learn to design analyses in the context of practical business situations and use the results to support managerial decision-making. Prerequisite: STAT 6010; for MBA students only or with permission of Graduate Programs in Business.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Surveys various topics in information systems. The purpose is to develop an understanding of key information technologies and the role of IT in organizations. Focuses on empowering managers with the knowledge of IT necessary to use technology effectively in their organizations.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Extends financial management to the international arena with emphasis on the financial strategies of multinational corporations. Topics include foreign exchange markets, currency futures and options markets, swaps, international securities markets, managing and hedging security risk, multinational financing strategies and capital budgeting, and international portfolio management.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Examines competitive and corporate strategies from the general manager’s perspectives. Topics include analysis of strategic mission and objectives, environmental and industry dynamics, development of internal resources and capabilities, and sources of competitive advantage in a changing global environment. Evaluates appropriate competitive and corporate strategic alternatives. Emphasizes the development of coherent strategies for implementation, including integrating functional areas and mobilizing all aspects of an organization to achieve and sustain competitive advantage. Designed to be taken near end of program.

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