Supply Chain Management Education at the School of Business and Online & Certificate Programs in Export marketing and International Purchasing in Hamden, CT
Quinnipiac University is a private, coeducational university with 5,900 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate students. Quinnipiac offers 53 undergraduate majors and 20 graduate programs plus the JD program. Quinnipiac has the added distinction of being ranked first among northern universities with master's degree programs as having made the most promising and innovative changes in academics, faculty, campus or facilities.
Ranked among best universities offering undergraduate and master's degree programs in US News & World Report's America's Best Colleges and The Princeton Review’s The Best 373 Colleges; School of Business included in Bloomberg Businessweek's Top 100 Undergraduate Business Schools; graduate physician assistant program ranked 11th nationally by US News & World Report; graduate pathologists’ assistant program is the oldest and largest in the country.
Students preparing for a career in business need a university that combines forward-looking, progressive programs with practical, hands-on experience. At Quinnipiac's School of Business, they gain the inside track. Taught by an outstanding faculty, students choose among a wide choice of majors. Faculty members are expert communicators in class and encouraging mentors outside the classroom. Curricula are continually reviewed by the School of Business Advisory Board, whose members include CEOs from major corporations in Connecticut.
- BS in Management with Operations and Supply Chain Management Track: The program will teach you the strategies and critical thinking skills necessary to assess an organization’s unique operational needs. And you’ll learn how to be an effective and efficient leader in one of two specialized tracks - human resource management (HRM) and operations and supply chain management (OSCM). Through an array of internship opportunities, you’ll apply what you’ve learned in a professional setting. And our job fairs and alumni networking events will introduce you to representatives from throughout the business world including prominent management consulting firms like Deloitte, Bain and KPMG. Additionally, you'll leave with a meaningful portfolio of applied projects, giving you an advantage as you embark on your career.
- MBA Supply Chain Management Track: The MBA-SCM is a specialized track within the MBA program. Supply chain management is an approach to coordinating the functions, processes and enterprises associated with the order-fulfillment cycle. A supply chain typically extends across multiple tiers, including manufacturers and their suppliers, transportation carriers, warehouses, retailers and the customers themselves. SCM focuses on the integration across functions within a firm as well as across enterprise lines.
- The MBA supply-chain track also is offered through QU Online, as part of the online program, allowing you more flexibility to complete your studies and advance your career while balancing the responsibilities of work and life.
- Dual Degree (4 years Accelerated): BS + MBA Program
QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY Features
"Quinnipiac," pronounced (KWIN-uh-pe-ack), is an altered version of a Native American word. Theories differ on the word's exact meaning. Some sources, such as "The Quinnipiack Indians and Their Reservation," written in 1900, assert that the name Quinni-pe-auke means "long-water land or country" and that Quinnipiack means "people from the long-water land." Later sources claim the word Quinnipiac apparently derives from quinnuppin-uk, defined as "a turning point" or "to make a change in the direction of travel." Both definitions seem appropriate for Quinnipiac, which is near a long tidal river and which marks a turning point in students' lives.
- Campus: Quinnipiac University is located in the heart of New England, about 90 minutes from New York City and two hours from Boston. The University's Mount Carmel Campus, resting in the shadow of Sleeping Giant Mountain in Hamden, Connecticut.
- Accreditation: The University is accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges; The School of Business is accredited by AACSB International -The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
- National Recognition: Quinnipiac was named to Kiplinger's list of "Best Values in Private Colleges" in 2010.
- Alternative Spring Break: Quinnipiac students have dedicated their week off to travel across the country to build houses for Habitat for Humanity and to travel to Barbados and Nicaragua for humanitarian missions.
- Student Leadership: Opportunities to serve in student government, plus the Tiered Leadership Program, which focuses on developing leadership skills and managing complex issues.
- Career Planning: At the School of Business, theory meets practice with an emphasis on career planning. Career awareness begins in the freshman business course. During the sophomore year, students work with career counselors to assess interests and strengths. The University also sponsors job fairs that draw large numbers of recruiters from industries across the United States.
- Internships: The School of Business also co-sponsors more than 150 internships that offer first-hand experience in a business environment. School of Business students have interned at: The American Broadcasting Company; United Technologies Corporation; Ernst & Young; Morgan Stanley; and The Bayer Corporation.
- Residence Halls: Extensive options including traditional two- and four-person rooms, suites with double rooms and a common living room, plus apartments with full kitchens on the Mount Carmel campus. At York Hill, single and double rooms in suite-style living with kitchens and magnificent views of the surrounding area.
LAST UPDATED ON July 18, 2018