Marketing & Logistics
Graduate Programs

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Within the full-time MBA program, there are multiple pathways for students interested in studying Marketing or Logistics.  Students can choose coursework that provides them with specialized knowledge in Brand Management, Marketing Analytics and Management, Supply Chain, or Logistics Management.


Graduates in marketing management have recently been hired by P&G (Brand Manager), Kimberly Clark (Marketing Assistant), SC Johnson (Assistant Product Manager), Nestle (Marketing Associate), Eli Lilly (Marketing Associate), Hewlett-Packard (Sales/Marketing Developer), General Mills (Associate Marketing Manager), and 3M (Corporate Strategic Marketing). Other opportunities include marketing research, sales management, and a variety of challenging careers in retailing.

Details on courses in each marketing pathway can be found here.


Our graduate curriculum in logistics and supply chain is widely recognized as one of the best in the country.  Our students are nationally recruited by a variety of firms and industries; recent graduates are now pursuing careers at The Scotts Company as an Inventory Analyst, Copeland Corporation as a Flow Manager, Lexmark International in their Logistics Leadership Program, Solectron as a Business Intelligence Implementation Manager, Owens Corning in their Leadership Development Program, and scores of other progressive firms.

Students can focus their curriculum on the functional area of Logistics, or they can take a broader view and pursue the Supply Chain pathway.  Details on courses in our pathways can be found here.


More information on our full-time MBA program is here.

More information on our working professional MBA program is here.