Clayton State University
Master of Business Administration
College of Business
2000 Clayton State Boulevard
Morrow, GA 30260-0285
(678) 466-4599 (fax)
MBA Program Manager
Wall Street Journal has called MBA in Supply Chain Management “The Hot New M.B.A.”. It has noted “With global operations becoming more complex, companies in manufacturing, retail and technology—and the consulting firms that service them—are scrambling to hire people with supply-chain expertise”. Clayton State University MBA program is one of the very few programs offering an MBA degree with a concentration in Supply Chain Management in the State of Georgia.
Its proximity to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and its access to Savanah have made this program a uniquely situated one. College of Business faculty members add their own expertise and hands on experience to this program, making it one of the best Supply Chain Management programs in Southeast United States. Our MBA graduates with concentration in Supply Chain Management find employment quickly and easily with firms such as Delta Airlines, Chick-fil-A and business in transportation and healthcare industries. SCM graduates are in such demand, they command impressive salaries.
In order to receive an MBA degree with a Supply Chain Management Concentration, students would take a total of 33 semester hours as follows.
Courses Required of all MBA students:
Students would also take nine hours of Supply Chain Management courses:
Students wishing to take MGMT 6105 Study Abroad for credit may only take it in place of
BUSA 6101 International Business and Global Logistics.