We need leaders like you.
As the world becomes smaller, business operations become more complex.
Companies, governments and industries need people like you to lead in developing solutions to their logistics and supply chain management operations. Earning a graduate degree in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management can give you the credentials you need to advance your career and make a difference.
The Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Master’s Degree Program is designed for the professional who seeks advanced preparation in logistics, inventory management, transportation, sales, and procurement. Core courses focus on the development of project management skills that are designed to prepare graduates for responsible leadership roles in technology and information-based workplaces.
- All applicants must complete an application for graduate admission and submit all official transcripts.
- For Unconditional Admission, applicants must hold a B.S. degree from regionally accredited institution with a GPA of 3.0 (4.0 scale).
- For Conditional Admission, applicants must hold a B.S. degree from a regionally accredited institution with a GPA of 2.5 – 2.99 (4.0 scale).
- Students who do not meet these requirements may be admitted Conditionally after a review of the following factors by the program’s Graduate Admission Committee.
- B.S. from a regionally accredited institution
- GPA of 2.0 – 2.49 (4.0 scale)
- Graduate admission test scores
- Current resume reflecting 3 years of professional work experience in the field of logistics, acquisitions, operations, or supply chain management.
The program consists of 30 semester hours (10 courses) with a Logistics core of 21 semester hours. In addition to the core, students may choose from two specialty tracks: Logistics Information Systems or Management.
LSM 600 – Supply Chain Governance
LSM 601 – Procurement and Materials Management
LSM 602 – Management of Distribution and Inventory
LSM 603 – Supply Chain and Logistic Strategies
LSM 604 – Supply Chain Simulation Modeling and Analysis
LSM 610 – Case Studies in Logistics Capstone
MGT 603 – Financial Management (Required for both tracks)
MGT 600 – Operations Planning and Control
MGT 601 – Global Economics
MGT 602 – Strategic Management and Leadership
Logistics Information Systems Track
LIS 600 – Logistics Information Systems Management*
LIS 601 – Logistics/Supply Chain Information Assurance*
LIS 602 – Enterprise Resource Planning*
*Course will contain no less than 30% SAP content
The M.S. in GLSCM will be offered completely online with no on-site requirements. The program will be offered in a cohort model meaning that students will enter the program together and remain together throughout the program following a prescribed schedule of courses. This schedule will include 2 courses (6 credit hours) per semester which is considered half-time for graduate programs. Each new cohort will begin once a year with the Fall Semester.
A GMAT or GRE is required for consideration of applicants with a GPA below 2.5. The applicant with 3 years of professional work experience in the field of logistics, acquisitions, operations, or supply chain management may provide a current resume for consideration in place of the GMAT or GRE score.
Applicants can visit www.mba.com for all information related to the GMAT including testing dates and locations. Simply choose Athens State University as your school. This will ensure that your official score report is sent directly to the university.
Applicants who have completed a bachelor’s degree outside of the field of business must complete the following pre-requisite courses before they will be admitted to specific courses in the GLSCM program.
- EC 310 Modern Economics or equivalent
- GBA 305 Statistical Methods of Business or equivalent
- MG 350 Financial Management or equivalent
Coursework for the GLSCM program will be offered completely online with an affordable flat tuition rate of $332/credit hour. One 3-credit hour course would be $996. There is a Student Fee of $25 per semester. The only additional cost would be textbooks.
Students can apply for unsubsidized student loans for the graduate program. Please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website for specific information.
The GLSCM program consists of 10 courses (3 semester hours each). The Logistics core includes 7 courses. Additionally, students may choose from one of two tracks: Logistics Information Systems or Management. Each track consists of 3 courses. Students electing the LIS option will earn SAP Certification, a leading ERP software used extensively in industry.
No. The GLSCM program is offered completely online.
Admissions and the College of Business faculty will work quickly to process all incoming applications. Preference will be given to early applicants.