UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA | SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION AT PITT BUSINESS
Founded in 1787 as a small, private school and private through much of its history, Pitt became a state-related university in 1966. Today, the University of Pittsburgh system comprises the 132-acre Pittsburgh campus and regional campuses in Bradford, Greensburg, Johnstown, and Titusville. In the more than 220 years since founding, the University has evolved into an internationally recognized center of learning and research.
Pitt Business is made up of the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, the College of Business Administration which offers undergraduate business degrees, and five education and research centers. Pitt Business believes in five strategic initiatives: experience-based learning, globalism, entrepreneurship, value chain and supply chain management and interdisciplinary collaboration. Whether you plan on a corporate career or are headed toward options like small business, public service, international affairs, or law, CBA provides a strong foundation for future success.
- BSBA with Certificate in Supply Chain Management: Undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration enjoy a world-class academic program provided by the faculty of the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business. Program features include an emphasis on global opportunities, experience-based learning initiatives, and diverse networking and internship opportunities. The Undergraduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management (CSCM) provides CBA students with the opportunity to understand important concepts in supply chain management and develop managerial and technical skills which are highly valued in today's corporate environment. The program also offers an international travel experience for students to gain hands-on exposure to global supply chain organizations. Enrollment is open to students in the BSBA degree program and the BS engineering programs in the Swanson School of Engineering. The CSCM is designed as an enrichment of the BSBA program, not as a stand-alone program. It builds on the BSBA core curriculum and may be combined with a major in accounting, finance, general management, global management, or marketing.
- MBA with Global Supply Chain Management Certificate: Katz offers one-year, two-year, part-time and executive MBA. You can add focused learning to your Katz MBA with one of the internal certificates. Global supply chain management certificate is aimed at students enrolled in the Katz MBA. Experience-based learning at Katz means you'll get hands-on experience with your new skills. This experience can mean all the difference in the confidence you project and the knowledge you bring to your position.