If you’d like to learn more about methods used to drive products and services to customers, but you’re not quite ready to pursue an MBA, consider Ball State’s graduate certificate in logistics and supply chain management.
You can apply the 12 credits to our MBA. You’ll learn how to successfully coordinate activities along a supply chain; improve the efficiency and effectiveness from a supply chain’s perspective; manage a project across companies along a supply chain; and improve the quality of products or services through supply chain collaboration.
- ISOM 651 Supply Chain Management
- ISOM 654 Project Management
- ISOM 655 Quality Management
- BUSA 603 Fundamentals of Management and Marketing
or MBA 621 Information Systems
We’ll help you plan your courses: BUSA 603 or MBA 621 will depend on credits from your undergraduate degree.
Course Delivery Options
We offer three options: on campus, online, or hybrid. Outcomes are the same for each, and you’ll learn from the same distinguished faculty.
Here at Ball State, you don’t have to sacrifice quality to pursue a graduate certificate online. As a virtual learner, you’ll access the same quality coursework, discussions, and distinguished faculty as on-campus students.
If you prefer in-person interactions with your professors or peers, then pursuing your graduate certificate on campus is the right choice for you. You’ll also have access to numerous on-campus opportunities.
Our hybrid approach offers the best of both worlds—the convenience of online learning with the benefits of face-to-face interaction with instructors. You can work with your advisor to determine which courses to take online or on campus.
Ready to Apply?
If you’re prepared to take the next step in your academic or career journey, then we want you at Ball State. Please review the criteria and steps necessary for admission. Apply now.
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