The Master of Business Logistics Engineering (MBLE) is one of the preeminent logistics management and engineering programs, designed to graduate students equally skilled in logistics strategy, management and engineering.

The MBLE program is offered collaboratively by the Fisher College of Business'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. Faculty members from both departments instruct courses on logistics and supply chain management, warehouse design, logistics technology, mathematical programming and computer simulation.

MBLE program faculty strive to incorporate real world situations by inviting executives from local companies like FedEx, Abercrombie and Fitch, Big Lots, CSX Intermodal, DSW Inc. and Express to share their knowledge and experiences. The required Field Problems in Logistics course even gives students hands on experience with consulting style projects aimed at developing logistics solutions for these and other companies.

Fisher’s Office of Global Business  creates and maintains a wide variety of programs which provide opportunities for students to explore classroom theories at work in exciting international locations. Additionally, Fisher's Research Centers support teaching and research, and provide a professional forum for exchange between faculty, students and the corporate community. The Integrated Systems Engineering Department also offers 11 laboratories, centers, and institutes to support leading research.

We purposely keep our program sizes small allowing easy access to these opportunities and open communications with faculty, staff, other students, alumni, and executives.  We encourage students to use these resources to build relationships outside of the classroom.

Meet the Program Director

Professor Steve DeNunzioSteve DeNunzio is a Senior Lecturer and the Program Director for the MBLE program.  He previously worked as Technical Program Manager for lululemon athletica.  DeNunzio has served as Director of Leadership Training for the Project Management Institute Central Ohio Chapter, and also as Executive Board Member for the Boy Scouts of America Simon Kenton Council.

View Steve DeNunzio's profile page.