We offer two separate degree programs in the supply chain and logistics area. The Drucker Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree prepares students for a generalist role in the management of companies and institutions. The concentration in supply chain management and logistics allows students to complement this broad education by obtaining deeper expertise in one area. The Master of Arts in Management (MAM) degree is a 1-year degree that offers a less generalist, and more focused education in one area.
Both the MBA and MAM degrees can be taken part-time, with classes offered in the evenings and on weekends.
For more information on the degrees we offer, and how to apply, please visit:
Women in Supply Chain
The Drucker Center for Supply Chain & Logistics, in partnership with Toyota, aims to meet the need for more women leaders in the supply chain with the Toyota Women of Achievement Scholars program.
This fellowship prepares women to be the next generation of supply chain leaders and managers by providing them with education in the latest trends, practices, and innovations in supply chain management and logistics. Scholars also benefit from formal mentor programs with other women leaders and career guidance to make the most of their degrees.
The Toyota Women of Achievement Scholars program thus aims to create the future of supply chain by empowering women to take the lead in this vital field.
For more information on how to apply for this selective Fellowship, please contact our admissions team.