Undergraduate and Graduate Supply Chain Management Education at D'Amore-McKim School of Business
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Co-op is at the heart of Northeastern's College of Business Administration. The Northeastern Co-op Program, founded nearly a century ago, is one of the largest and most innovative in the world. Students who participate in co-op have the opportunity to add depth to their academic experience, gain exposure to professional opportunities, and develop the skills needed to succeed in today's global business environment.
- BS in Business Administration with Supply Chain Management Concentration: The College of Business Administration offers both the standard five-year cooperative education model model as well as a four-year cooperative education model leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration (BSBA). NU College of Business Administration is globally recognized as the leading experience-based business school preparing students for organizations seeking highly motivated business leaders. The academic work in the supply chain management concentration flows from introductory courses that address the decisions outlined above through advanced study of the formulation of supply chain strategies. The program culminates in a senior seminar that not only introduces students to industry leaders in the field, but also focuses on development of individual research and presentation skills.
- BS in International Business with Supply Chain Management Concentration: The College's Bachelor of Science in International Business program provides more than just knowledge of international business practices. It provides cultural immersion through study and work experience in another country. The BSIB Program is intended to expose students to a culture with which they are not already familiar. International students participating in the program will not have the option to return to their home country for the year abroad; they will be asked to choose an alternate track. The academic work in the supply chain management concentration flows from introductory courses that address the decisions outlined above through advanced study of the formulation of supply chain strategies. The program culminates in a senior seminar that not only introduces students to industry leaders in the field, but also focuses on development of individual research and presentation skills.
- MBA in Supply Chain Management (Full Time, Evening and Online): Northeastern's MBA integrates a strong academic program with practical business experience. You can specialize in a career track such as Finance, Health Care, or Supply Chain Management - to gain expertise in key business disciplines that are valued by leading companies. Northeastern's corporate partners have identified each of these areas as critical to their success in the global marketplace. Each track has an advisory board consisting of executives who provide expertise that helps shape the curriculum and the student experience. Full-Time MBA career track in Supply Chain Management is currently ranked #17 in the nation by Gartner and rising rapidly. The program gives you the experiential education that Northeastern University was built on - and with it, the skills and acumen integral to taking your career to the next level.
- Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management: The Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management will both prepare those about to enter the supply chain management field, as well as update the knowledge base of those currently working in supply chain management. The courses focus on current best practices through a combination of class discussion, individual research projects, case analysis, and interaction with supply chain management professionals.
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- Global Experience: NU’s International Cooperative Education program offers co-op positions in 50 countries, with employers ranging from multinational corporations to international agencies and NGOs. The intensive, faculty-led Dialogue of Civilizations trips put students on the ground, bringing to life classroom studies in the history, culture, business, politics, and economics of other nations. For a more traditional study-abroad experience, the international study office offers 55 programs in 32 countries.
LAST UPDATED ON Feb 27, 2018