Gain a Holistic Perspective on Supply Chain Management
In the Global Supply Chain Management concentration of the University of New Haven’s online M.S. in Business Analytics, you’ll examine the primary tools and methods used to monitor, measure, improve, and control business processes and quality from a holistic supply chain perspective.
You’ll learn how the global supply chain works, how to manage quality in the supply chain, and how to make strategic decisions in operations management.
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Provide Quality Products and Services to Businesses and Organizations
The Global Supply Chain Management concentration prepares you to evaluate and optimize an organization’s supply chain. You’ll learn to assess supply chain logistics with multiple metrics and the latest technology.
Real-world courses allow you to practice using complex data to make strategic recommendations for efficiency. Your global perspective will be a valuable asset as businesses and organizations grow and expand.
Become a Leader in Global Supply Chain Management Careers
As the international economy grows, businesses and organizations in all industries seek supply chain managers who can ensure that quality goods and services are continuously and efficiently delivered. With your holistic perspective on global supply chain analytics, you’ll be able to compete for several career paths with leadership and salary potential.
Job opportunities for these professionals are increasing by up to 10% from 2020 to 2030,1 and the University of New Haven’s master’s degree in global supply chain management analytics is the credential you need to advance in the field.
Supply Chain Manager
Supply chain managers manage activities related to strategic or tactical purchasing, material requirements planning, controlling inventory, warehousing, or receiving. They also develop, implement, and analyze processes for optimum efficiency.
Logisticians analyze and coordinate an organization’s supply chain for the entire life cycle of a company’s products and services. They can be found in nearly every industry.
Additional global supply chain management jobs include:
- Global business analyst
- Global business systems analyst
- Logistics analyst
- Supply chain analyst
In the Global Supply Chain Management Concentration, you’ll explore supply chain concepts such as decision-making, forecasting, production planning, inventory management, and quality control.
Courses in this online master’s degree program emphasize hands-on, real-world applications.
Course Spotlight: Managing Quality in the Supply Chain
This course introduces concepts and principles of business process improvement and quality assurance in organizations. It examines the primary tools and methods used to monitor, measure, improve, and control business processes and quality from a holistic supply chain perspective. Topics include statistical process control, Lean Six Sigma principles, and continuous improvement.Curriculum
Course Spotlight: Decisions in Operations Management
This course focuses on the process of creating goods and services. Concepts, functions, and basic techniques of operations management are reviewed. Topics include decision-making, forecasting, scheduling, project management, production planning, inventory management, strategy, and quality control. Emphasis will be on quantitative methods, hands-on problem solving, and case studies. The course includes a team analysis of a real-world operations problem.
Additional Concentration Option
Learn to develop and use analytics algorithms to evaluate a significant amount of marketing data from multiple sources. The concentration includes instruction in marketing strategy, customer metrics, online marketing, and more.
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In the Global Supply Chain Management concentration, you’ll learn how to analyze the efficiency of every step along the chain and develop the metrics that inform decisions.
You can choose to complete general business analytics electives or choose from Global Supply Chain or Marketing Analytics to complement your professional interests and goals.
No test scores are required for admission into this program.
Work experience is not required for admission to this program.
While we accept up to six transfer credits into our online graduate programs, students must earn at least 30 credits from the University of New Haven for degree completion.
- ONET OnLine, National Center for ONET Development, Supply Chain Managers. Retrieved from https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/11-3071.04.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Logisticians. https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/logisticians.htm#tab-1.