Full-time or part-time MBA

Supply Chain & Logistics Management

Program Details


Online, Portland Hybrid, Corvallis

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Supply Chain & Logistics Management

The supply chain and logistics management track of the Oregon State MBA program focuses on a skill set that includes acquiring a solid mastery of operations, sourcing, logistics and supply chain analytics concepts and methods. This MBA track prepares graduates for careers in the service and manufacturing industries, non-profit sector, and government and civilian services.

In the past two decades, the loss of manufacturing jobs in the United States triggered attrition of innovation capabilities across many sectors of the economy, contributing to the current anemic economic recovery. Disruption associated with the pandemic, climate change and geopolitical conflicts calls for a professionally trained workforce that is able to manage internal operations and global supply chains and build resilient businesses and government.

Well-trained operations and supply chain managers are also needed in global companies that operate outside the U.S., including companies that operate in the Asia-Pacific Rim.


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Flexible Learning Formats

Earn an Oregon State MBA fully online, in person or hybrid. We’re Oregon’s top-rated part-time MBA because we offer the flexibility working professionals need.

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Industry-Driven Programming

Our business graduate degrees have 10 custom learning tracks, developed in close consultation with our industry advisory boards for leading, forward-thinking business skills and knowledge for you.

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AACSB International

Oregon State has accreditation with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) — the global quality standard for business education. Only 5% of the world’s business schools have earned this distinction.

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Prestigious Alumni

You’re joining a network of more than 35,000 Oregon State business alumni at leading companies around our region and the world, such as Amazon, Google, Daimler Truck, Boeing, Nike, Starbucks, Samaritan Healthcare and Portland General Electric.

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What You'll Learn

  • Learn to make appropriate decisions in national and international contexts by effectively using the concepts of operations and supply chain management.
  • Design appropriate management plans for global supply chains that are lawful, ethical and environmentally and socially responsible.
  • Develop a global outlook that reflects changes experienced and anticipated by firms and industries and understand the requirements for effective change management in global operations and supply chains.
  • Apply advanced analytical methods in solving real life supply chain problems.
Hands-on Learning

Center for Supply Chain Management

The Center for Supply Chain Management at the College of Business promotes research and education in the fields of supply chain management and analytics.

We demonstrate thought leadership and knowledge creation through partnerships with industry, experiential learning for students and executive education.

We act as the greater business community's direct link to supply chain expertise that responds to rapid-paced global economic change and confronts business challenges, and we actively connect our MBA students with sponsored research projects with companies and governments. We regularly host research seminars and industry forums, in-person and online to connect students with companies and develop next generation supply chain leaders.

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