Master of Business Administration
MBA with a logistics and supply chain management concentration
Whether you’re interested in advancing an existing career in logistics or supply chain management or embarking on a new one, Spring Hill College has crafted a graduate program in business administration with a concentration that provides logistics and supply chain professionals with the tools they need to succeed.
In global business, talented logistics, procurement and supply chain management professionals are essential to maximizing an organization’s efficiency.
MBA with a leadership concentration
Those that are in a leadership role or are considering moving into a leadership role should pursue the leadership concentration within the MBA program since it provides an understanding of leadership, its ethical dimensions and the context for its practical exercise.
The leadership concentration prepares professionals for organizational challenges by emerging them in conflict management, business ethics, and effective leadership principles and practices.
Spring Hill College’s online Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management has been designed to provide maximum flexibility to fit the needs of the busy professional.
Our one-year, completely online format for your MBA allows you to learn, synthesize, master and apply concepts on demand.
Experienced business faculty
You’ll gain the necessary knowledge and skills from experienced business faculty who are also actively engaged in research and consulting.
Quick and direct feedback from faculty course instructors
So often students undertaking online graduate coursework experience a significant delay or lag in receiving much-needed feedback from teaching faculty.
We’re different – our experienced business faculty members understand the importance of quick and precise feedback to the mastery of skills – particularly in the online environment.
The SHC Difference
The tradition of excellence in providing individuals with an exceptional education in the Jesuit tradition — a hallmark of our undergraduate programs — is the basis for everything we do.
Jesuit education targets the development and mastery of the critical thinking skills needed to succeed in today’s complex world and provides a foundation for understanding and resolving the ethical challenges facing today’s business professionals.
Drawing upon Spring Hill College’s tradition of and commitment to forming tomorrow’s responsible leaders, course content for the online MBA program incorporates the study of business ethics and corporate social responsibility. Additionally, the graduate case studies course (BUS574) examines the application of the principles of ethics to activities within complex organizations.
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In order to be considered for admission to the program, participants must have earned a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited undergraduate institution and submit a professional portfolio for review by the Admissions & Selection Committee.
Your portfolio should include:
- cover letter describing work experiences and professional accomplishments
- current resume
- undergraduate transcripts
- two independently submitted professional letters of recommendation
For more information or for any questions, please contact:
Office of Admissions
Is the program right for you?
The Spring Hill College MBA program in logistics and supply chain management is designed to prepare professionals in the following roles for the next step to success:
- Inventory control
- Military Supplies and Program Management
The program entails successful completion of 10 three-credit courses, for a total of 30 credit hours.
- 7 core graduate business courses, including a foundations logistics/supply chain course (for a total of 21 credit hours)
- 3 advanced elective courses in logistics and supply chain management (for a total of 9 credit hours)
The Spring Hill College MBA Curriculum
Graduate Business Core
All students will take these courses
|Required Courses (21 Semester Hours)|
|BUS 520 Organizational Behavior & Ethical Decision Making|
|BUS 535 Cost Accounting and Financial Analysis|
|BUS 540 Quantitative Analytics for Business|
|BUS 550 Managerial Economics & Corporpate Profitability|
|BUS 565 Foundations of Logistics & Supply Chain Management|
|BUS 580 International Business|
|BUS 599 Business Strategy and Policy|
Logistics & Supply Chain Management Concentration
|Electives (Choose 3 for 9 Semester Hours)|
|BUS 571 Procurement and Material Management|
|BUS 572 Logistics Information Systems|
|BUS 573 Case Studies in Logistics and Supply Chain Management|
|BUS 574 Management and Distribution of Inventory|
|Electives (Choose 3 for 9 Semester Hours)|
|BUS 525 / LIS 572 Leadership|
|BUS 530 / LIS 573 Business Ethics|
|BUS 592 / LIS 574 Conflict Management|
|BUS 595 Special Topics|
Project Management Concentration
|Required Courses (6 semester hours)|
|BUS 671 Project Management I|
|BUS 672 Project Management II|
|Electives (Choose 1)|
|BUS 673 Project Management Software|
|BUS 674 Project Management Capstone|
Where Our Students and Graduates Work
- Goodwill Easter Seals
- Mobile Gas
- PNC Bank
- Trade Lanes
- U.S. Coast Guard
- Other regional manufacturing firms