CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY AT CLEVELAND, OHIO | SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
OPERATIONS & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION AT THE MONTE AHUJA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Founded in 1964, Cleveland State University is a state-assisted, metropolitan university. Cleveland State has some 16,000 students enrolled in more than 1,000 courses and 200 major fields of study at the undergraduate and graduate levels as well as professional certificate and continuing education programs. These include: seventy undergraduate programs, forty master’s-level programs, two law degree programs, three specialist degrees (two in education and one in school psychology), six doctoral programs, and joint programs in law-business, law-public administration, and law-environmental studies.
The University also offers over a dozen graduate certificate programs. Approximately one-third of Cleveland State’s students are enrolled in graduate or professional programs and about half attend on a part-time basis.
With more than 3,400 students, the Monte Ahuja College of Business is one of the largest colleges on campus and ranks among the largest business schools in the US. The Nance College is housed in Monte Ahuja Hall, a beautiful six-story building which includes faculty and department offices, classrooms, seminar rooms, and computer classrooms and laboratories with more than 125 computers that are continuously upgraded.
BBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management : The goal of the BBA major in Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSM) is to provide students the background needed to become business leaders who will be equipped to solve complex challenges in operations and supply chain management. The curriculum accomplishes this goal through the excellence and strength in high quality teaching and world-class research. A student may be a general OSM major or optionally may specialize in one or more of the following areas: supply chain management, global operations management, business statistics, and project management.
MBA with Specialization in Operations and Supply Chain Management: The MBA program prepares students through a broad curriculum of functional core courses, cross-functional and integrative courses, and specialization courses. Specialization within an area of business can be obtained by taking a minimum of 9 credits (three elective courses) in any of the following areas: Accounting; Economic Development; Finance; Health Care Administration; Human Resources and Labor Relations; Information Systems; International Business; Marketing,; and Operations and Supply Chain Management.