MBA Master of Business Administration Global Operations and Supply Chain Management specialization
What You'll Learn
Outcome goals and graduates' proficiency levels
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Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Global Operations and Supply Chain Management Specialization
Quality and Professional Relevance
- This specialization is one of very few that combines the concepts of global operations and supply chain management.
- Capella's MBA faculty members are also business professionals—bringing a balance of academic expertise and professional experience to the fields in which they teach.
- Capella's MS, MBA, and BS project management curriculum is designed around A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).
- Capella has developed educational alliances with more than 175 corporations, including leading organizations such as Johnson & Johnson, U.S. Bank, and Farmers Insurance Group.
- The Human Resource Management MBA specialization has gained acknowledgement from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM®) that the curriculum aligns with SHRM's® HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates.
- The Project Management MBA specialization includes courses that are approved for professional development units (PDUs) by the Project Management Institute (PMI®).
Expected Program Outcomes
- Integrate a just-in-time approach to supply operations.
- Employ negotiation strategies to financial management and planning consistent with legal and cultural requirements.
- Manage relationships and accountabilities across the supply chain.
- Utilize information and knowledge management systems in the management and coordination of materials and inventory.
- Analyze global supply chain management, processes, and opportunities from inter- and intra-organizational perspectives.