Here, you are an asset to global operations.

OpenHouseRegisterButtonSupply Chain Managers oversee the entire manufacturing process from initial production to the consumer’s hands. Governors State’s 100% online Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management, taught by GSU’s world-class, full-time faculty members will deliver the specialized knowledge you need to optimize supply chains in businesses of any size across the globe.

Demand for Supply Chain Managers has become even greater as technology has brought our world closer together, and more companies have grown into complex international operations. Obtain the skills you need to enter global markets through graduate-level coursework in management, operations, and organization.


Reach your career goals.

Advance your career as an executive in the growing field of manufacturing. In the Supply Chain Management MBA, you will obtain the skills needed to manage the network of functions required to deliver a product to the market.   

Our AACSB-accredited College of Business has structured a curriculum that will provide you the global knowledge needed in any organization—and with a 100% online format, the Supply Chain Management program opens doors to learning in any location with any schedule.

Why get an MBA in Supply Chain Management?

Demand for Supply Chain Management professionals continues to grow in order to meet the expansion of the manufacturing industry. Our MBA in Supply Chain Management will equip you with a well-rounded understanding of business functions, combined with applicable skills to help companies solve problems and increase profits.

Data collected in 2017 reflected the median annual Supply Chain Manager salary at $105,577 with an average range of $93,280 – $121,967 (salary.com). Chicago’s median salary for Supply Chain Managers is $111,911.

Delivery Format  

Achieve your MBA in as little as 18 months. Governors State’s 36-credit hour MBA in Supply Chain Management is offered 100% online. Enroll full-time to jumpstart your career or part-time for added flexibility.

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  • Simon-John

    Dr. John Simon, Associate Professor of Business

    With a background in engineering and management sciences, I find business to be a rich area in terms of challenges as well as opportunities for making a difference. Continuous learning is essential to a manager’s career, and often models and analysis provide insight for those improvements. The GSU MBA offers a broad understanding of the issues and strategies, as well as a rigorous focus on analytical approaches. This provides a balance that serves students well in their understanding as well as in their ability to implement new concepts and processes in response to unique opportunities and challenges at work. The program offers specializations in leadership, finance, business analytics and supply chain management, and emerging jobs and the potential for growth make these specializations very valuable.

  • Michele-Alcott

    Michelle Alcott, MBA Student Class of 2018

    As an MBA student at Governors State, I’ve gained a well-rounded knowledge of business function, and the specialization in Supply Chain Management has given me a competitive edge. I’ve learned how to optimize lean production for companies using forecasting skills, and projects such as industry analyses have prepared me to enter the global economy. I took advantage of the online format, and it’s given me the flexibility to balance my home and life schedule—an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.

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