The Moravian MBA Concentrations
In addition to the core courses, students in the Moravian MBA take four courses (12 credits) in a concentration of their choosing. The six available concentrations are:
Supply Chain Management
The concentration in Supply Chain Management develops students’ knowledge and skills in the identification, acquisition, positioning, and management of resources that organizations need to attain their objectives. Supply chain management has a strategic role in many organizations beyond just purchasing and procurement. In addition, supply chain management focuses on improving an organization’s bottom line, acting as a source of strategic information for decision makers, increasing efficiency and productivity, improving the competitive position of the organization, increasing customer satisfaction, and positively impacting the organization’s image.
Required Concentration Courses
- MGMT 545 Procurement and Sourcing Strategy
- MGMT 547 Integrated Logistics Systems
- MGMT 549 Supply Chain Management Technology
- MGMT 5xx Elective*
- One non-core course and non-Supply Chain Management concentration course offered in the MBA, Master of Human Resource Management, or Master of Health Administration programs. Consult with your advisor in selecting this course.