Supply Chain Management Education at the College of Business
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BSGU offers more than 200 undergraduate majors and programs, 47 master's degree programs and 17 doctoral degree programs. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recognizes BGSU for its curricular engagement with the community. The curricular engagement designation is defined as “teaching, learning and scholarship that engages faculty, students and community in mutually beneficial and respectful collaboration.
The College of Business Administration offers academic programs and resources that provide knowledge and skills for students to succeed in today's competitive business environment. The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree is offered with a variety of areas of specialization. Many of the nearly 20 student business organizations have received outstanding regional and national recognition and awards. BSGU’s undergraduate supply chain management program is nationally known.
- BS in Business Administration (Supply Chain Management Specialization): The goal of the undergraduate business administration degree program is to develop broadly educated business professionals. This goal is accomplished through a four-year academic experience involving curricular and co-curricular elements. The program consists of three major components: professional education in business administration, education in the liberal arts, and development of a broadly defined set of personal skills. The supply chain specialization prepares students to handle broad managerial responsibilities that impact the success of the company and the competitiveness of the entire supply chain. To specialize in supply chain management, students must have a cumulative BGSU GPA of least a 2.50 before they can be admitted to the program.
- MBA with Supply Chain Management Specialization: The Full Time Master of Business program is an AACSB accredited program that allows candidates to complete their degree in 12 months, while networking with business professionals in a nationally renowned program. The Supply Chain Management specialization is concerned with the strategic integration of the source-make-deliver practices within and among organizational partners. The Supply Chain Management program prepares students to handle broad managerial responsibilities in a variety of service and manufacturing settings.
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