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Overview

Effective supply-chain management is increasingly recognized as a competitive differentiator in business, and rapid globalization has created an urgent need for professionals with this in-demand expertise. Capella University's online MBA in Supply Chain Management program advances your knowledge of and proficiency with strategic sourcing and global operations.

To help you build a solid foundation of business knowledge and high-level skills, our online MBA program offers:

  • Integrated business disciplines to prepare you to excel in a cross-functional business environment
  • Simulation scenarios and a personalized capstone project that allows you to blend knowledge gained throughout the program and apply it to a project meaningful to your career
  • MBA Central, your gateway to program news and resources, including current business information, events, networking, and exchanges with experts, faculty, and peers
  • Mobile-access learning that fits into your busy lifestyle

To learn more about this program, request more information and we will match you with an enrollment counselor who specializes in your area of study.

Capella and The Wall Street Journal: A collaboration that works for you

Capella University has teamed with The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) to offer business students full digital access* to the most timely, relevant business news, enhancing your academic experience and giving you a competitive edge in your career.

The annual Capella Business Leader Award, sponsored by WSJ, helps inspire our students to reach their potential. Each year, three eligible business students are recognized as business leaders and given the opportunity to visit Wall Street, the epicenter of U.S. business. The 2016 award recipients will travel to New York City to visit WSJ headquarters, meet with Dow Jones Talent Development leaders, and much more.

*To be eligible for full digital access to WSJ.com, students must have successfully completed their first course and be currently enrolled.

FlexPath: A More Direct Path to Your Degree

FlexPath can help you earn your degree on your own schedule, at your own pace — with the potential to save you time and money. FlexPath self-paced learning allows you to move quickly through subjects you’re more familiar with or more slowly as needed. You’ll develop the same mastery — and earn the same degree — as the structured version of your degree program, only in a more efficient, more personalized way. Learn more about FlexPath Self-Paced Learning.

Earn a Certificate as you work toward your MBA

Students in Capella’s MBA program with a specialization in Global Operations and Supply Chain Management can apply for a graduate certificate in Business Management, an additional benefit that can help you go further in your career.

Once you’ve been admitted to the certificate program, you will be eligible to take MBA courses that can be applied toward this marketable credential. You can complete the courses to earn the graduate certificate in as few as 8 months, all while you progress through your MBA program.

Email an enrollment counselor to learn more about requirement to apply for this great opportunity to earn a graduate certificate.

Degree Outcomes

With your Master's in Global Operations and Supply Chain Management from Capella, you'll learn global strategic sourcing and how to manage relationships and accountabilities across the supply chain. You'll also learn to utilize information and knowledge management systems in the management and coordination of materials and inventory. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.

View full learning and career outcomes report for this program at CapellaResults.com.

People with Master's degrees in business from Capella earn an average of $28,000 more per year than people who only hold a Bachelor's degree.

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Career Outcomes

Common jobs with an online program in global operations and supply chain management include distribution manager, logistics manager, manufacturing manager, materials manager, operations manager or supply chain manager. Potential workplaces include aerospace organization, defense contractor, government, manufacturing company, military or transportation company.

Earn Credit for What You Already Know

Your previous learning, work experience, and industry certifications may help you earn your degree in less time. To learn more, contact an enrollment counselor or visit our competency-based Prior Learning Assessment.