Global Sup­ply Chain Man­age­ment Edu­ca­tion at U INDY School of Business


Founded in 1902, the Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis is a pri­vate, res­i­den­tial, met­ro­pol­i­tan insti­tu­tion of higher learn­ing that pro­vides a trans­for­ma­tional edu­ca­tional expe­ri­ence through strong pro­grams in the lib­eral arts and sci­ences, selec­tive pro­fes­sional and doc­toral pro­grams, col­lab­o­ra­tive part­ner­ships through­out the city and the world, and a Chris­t­ian tra­di­tion that empha­sizes char­ac­ter for­ma­tion and embraces diversity.

Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis pro­vides you with a small cam­pus envi­ron­ment in the State’s largest met­ro­pol­i­tan mar­ket­place. Stu­dents are pro­vided oppor­tu­ni­ties that are sel­dom avail­able at other pri­vate insti­tu­tions. Nearly one hun­dred local cor­po­ra­tions pro­vide valu­able intern­ship expe­ri­ences to the busi­ness stu­dents each year. The pur­pose of the School of Busi­ness is to pro­vide stu­dents with a broad back­ground in gen­eral busi­ness and eco­nom­ics and to give them ade­quate prepa­ra­tion to pur­sue grad­u­ate school and to assume respon­si­ble posi­tions in busi­ness, indus­try, gov­ern­ment, sec­ondary teach­ing, or in non­profit institutions.

The Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis MBA Pro­gram offers stu­dents a wide range of options to help advance their careers and secure their future. These pro­grams include on-​campus pro­grams in the evening, a Sat­ur­day exec­u­tive MBA degree, and off-​campus pro­grams. MBA pro­grams are offered at con­ve­nient loca­tions near Fish­ers, Carmel, West­field, Noblesville, Lawrence, Zionsville, Browns­burg, Plain­field and Avon, Indiana.

Academic Programs

Under­grad­u­ate Programs

  • BA or BS in Oper­a­tions and Sup­ply Chain Man­age­ment : This pro­gram is for stu­dents inter­ested in cutting-​edge busi­ness strate­gies that inte­grate inter­nal and exter­nal logis­tics across many man­u­fac­tur­ers, sup­pli­ers, dis­trib­u­tors, retail­ers, trans­porta­tion providers, and third-​party logis­tics firms to increase pro­duc­tiv­ity and to obtain a com­pet­i­tive advan­tage for all par­ties involved. Stu­dents will learn a com­bi­na­tion of skills in strate­gic sourc­ing, oper­a­tions man­age­ment, logis­tics, project man­age­ment, and qual­ity man­age­ment, as well as quan­ti­ta­tive analy­sis for deci­sion making.

Grad­u­ate Programs

  • MBA Global Sup­ply Chain Man­age­ment Con­cen­tra­tion: Stu­dents in the Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis MBA pro­gram learn in small class sizes and receive instruc­tion from region­ally and nation­ally rec­og­nized fac­ulty mem­bers. Top exec­u­tives from local orga­ni­za­tions are also brought into the class­room in order to pro­vide stu­dents with cut­ting edge infor­ma­tion. The cur­ricu­lum is fre­quently updated to reflect what employ­ers want out of employ­ees, and what employ­ees need to advance their careers.
  • Grad­u­ate Cer­tifi­cate in Global Sup­ply Chain Man­age­ment: The cer­tifi­cate is specif­i­cally designed to accel­er­ate your career by pro­vid­ing you with the lat­est knowl­edge avail­able in sup­ply chain man­age­ment. The goal is to pro­vide career advanc­ing knowl­edge in a com­pressed time frame. The cur­ricu­lum is reg­u­larly reviewed and indus­try pro­fes­sion­als are con­sulted in order to main­tain the cut­ting edge nature of the programs.

UINDY Features

The Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis (UIndy) is a pri­vate uni­ver­sity and affil­i­ated with United Methodist Church. With a branch cam­pus in Athens, Greece, and affil­i­a­tions with cam­puses in Belize (Galen Uni­ver­sity), China, Cyprus and Israel, the cam­pus offers a very diverse pop­u­la­tion of stu­dents and oppor­tu­ni­ties. Founded in 1902, the uni­ver­sity offers bachelor’s, master’s and doc­tor­ate, and has approx­i­mately 4300 students.

  • Cam­pus: The main cam­pus of the Uni­ver­sity is located on approx­i­mately 65 acres and com­prises eight admin­is­tra­tive and class­room build­ings, six res­i­dence halls, Cam­pus Apart­ments, and the president’s home. A wooded park and pic­nic area and an exten­sive recre­ational com­plex for inter­col­le­giate and intra­mural ath­let­ics add to the attrac­tive­ness and util­ity of the campus.
  • Accred­i­ta­tion: The Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis is accred­ited by The Higher Learn­ing Com­mis­sion of the North Cen­tral Asso­ci­a­tion of Col­leges and Schools (NCACS). Col­lege of Busi­ness pro­grams are accred­ited by Accred­i­ta­tion Coun­cil for Busi­ness Schools and Pro­grams (ACBSP).
  • Inter­na­tional Sites: The Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis offers asso­ciate, bac­calau­re­ate, and master’s degree pro­grams at its accred­ited cam­pus in Athens, Greece, and at two other accred­ited inter­na­tional sites. All degree pro­grams offered at the Athens cam­pus and the other inter­na­tional sites are closely pat­terned after those offered in Indi­anapo­lis and accred­ited by the Higher Learn­ing Com­mis­sion of the North Cen­tral Asso­ci­a­tion of Col­leges and Schools. Stu­dents enrolled pri­mar­ily in Indi­anapo­lis are encour­aged to par­tic­i­pate in study-​abroad pro­grams at inter­na­tional sites.
  • Inter­na­tional Affil­i­a­tions: The Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis seeks and main­tains agree­ments with sev­eral insti­tu­tions of higher edu­ca­tion through­out the world. Estab­lished with a mutual desire to pro­mote edu­ca­tional exchange and inter­na­tional coop­er­a­tion, sister-​school pro­grams and artic­u­la­tion agree­ments facil­i­tate exchange of fac­ulty mem­bers, under­grad­u­ate and grad­u­ate stu­dents, vis­it­ing schol­ars, and admin­is­tra­tors. These pro­grams also sup­port the exchange of cul­ture, research, and edu­ca­tional materials.
  • Spring Term Travel Oppor­tu­ni­ties: Inten­sive three-​week travel courses are led by Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis fac­ulty to coun­tries through­out the world and in a vari­ety of edu­ca­tional fields. To encour­age par­tic­i­pa­tion, tuition costs are waived for Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis stu­dents who were enrolled full-​time for the two semes­ters as under­grad­u­ates prior to the travel course. The remain­ing costs of these pro­grams include air­fare, hotel accom­mo­da­tions, local travel, and par­tial board. Costs aver­age approx­i­mately ‚000. Travel grants may be avail­able to eli­gi­ble students.
  • Col­lege Con­sor­tium for Inter­na­tional Stud­ies: As a mem­ber of the Col­lege Con­sor­tium for Inter­na­tional Stud­ies, Uni­ver­sity of Indi­anapo­lis stu­dents may par­tic­i­pate in sum­mer, semes­ter, or academic-​year pro­grams in a vari­ety of aca­d­e­mic fields from more than 32 coun­tries. Stu­dents enrolled in CCIS pro­grams earn direct credit at the University.
  • Res­i­dence Life Sys­tem: The Uni­ver­sity res­i­dence life sys­tem is com­posed of six res­i­dence halls and one apart­ment com­plex located on the main cam­pus. Pri­or­ity in hous­ing is gen­er­ally reserved for full-​time under­grad­u­ate stu­dents enrolled in the day divi­sion. Remain­ing hous­ing, based on the avail­abil­ity of space, may be assigned to grad­u­ate and part-​time students. your social media marketing partner