The success of our graduate programs resides in their characteristics- intimate, interactive, hands-on, and flexible-qualities that mirror many successful businesses. Because we purposely keep our program sizes small, you always have access to faculty, staff, other students, alumni, and executives. Our strong teamwork focus encourages you to build relationships in and out of class including networking and mentoring opportunities.
The Master of Business Logistics Engineering (MBLE) is a 41-credit-hour program. It includes courses in logistics and supply chain management, warehouse design, logistics technology, mathematical programming and computer simulation.
MBLE students have the opportunity to apply the knowledge directly to logistics-related challenges at major companies. Students work in teams to develop solutions for corporate clients.
The MBLE program draws its faculty from Fisher's Department of Marketing and Logistics, and the College of Engineering’s Integrated Systems Engineering Department, both ranked in the top 20 in their fields by U.S. News and World Report.
Our faculty are active in national and international business communities, serving as consultants, board members and key speakers at conferences and seminars. Among our faculty are best-selling authors of textbooks in marketing, accounting, ethics, logistics, manufacturing, and negotiation. Many have earned top rankings by prestigious publications for their academic skills, overall teaching and research impact. Additionally, many have made their mark in business before joining Fisher.
Fisher’s Office of Global Business creates and maintains a wide variety of programs for students. Some of these programs include the college’s popular Emerging Markets Field Study elective. Students can choose from a variety of Elective Treks, where they may explore classroom theories at work in an exciting international location.
Fisher offers research centers which support teaching, research and provide a professional forum for exchange between faculty, students and the corporate community.
The College of Engineering’s Integrated Systems Engineering Department offers 11 laboratories, centers and institutes to support leading research.