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UNL Online MBA Program Ranked Third for Supply Chain Management

Nov 1 2016 2:30 PM
UNL Online MBA Program Ranked Third for Supply Chain Management
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Business Administration ranked third out of 375 schools for best online MBA programs in supply chain management by Online MBA Today. Criteria for the rankings included estimated tuition cost, accreditation, early career salary, prestige and overall graduation rate. Program vetting also took place based on having a good business management foundation and extensive understanding of supply chain management.

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Dr. Jennifer Ryan, department chair and Ron and Carol Cope Professor of Supply Chain Management and Analytics, believes the ranking reflects the initiative CBA has made building the program. She cited the faculty at the college as a top resource.

“Our faculty teaching the MBA supply chain management courses provide added value to students through years of experience working with companies in the supply chain management field,” said Ryan. “They understand what is going on in practice and provide extensive teaching experience. The momentum of moving to the Big Ten conference and hiring great new faculty allows us to compete against other top schools, which is reflected by these recent rankings.”

Online MBA Today provides comprehensive resources and information for prospective students to help select the right MBA program. They offer rankings in a variety of categories, and reviews of rankings from many other leading business-oriented publications.

UNL Online MBA Program Ranked Third for Supply Chain Management

Nov 1 2016 2:30 PM
UNL Online MBA Program Ranked Third for Supply Chain Management
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Business Administration ranked third out of 375 schools for best online MBA programs in supply chain management by Online MBA Today. Criteria for the rankings included estimated tuition cost, accreditation, early career salary, prestige and overall graduation rate. Program vetting also took place based on having a good business management foundation and extensive understanding of supply chain management.

CARMA logo
Dr. Jennifer Ryan, department chair and Ron and Carol Cope Professor of Supply Chain Management and Analytics, believes the ranking reflects the initiative CBA has made building the program. She cited the faculty at the college as a top resource.

“Our faculty teaching the MBA supply chain management courses provide added value to students through years of experience working with companies in the supply chain management field,” said Ryan. “They understand what is going on in practice and provide extensive teaching experience. The momentum of moving to the Big Ten conference and hiring great new faculty allows us to compete against other top schools, which is reflected by these recent rankings.”

Online MBA Today provides comprehensive resources and information for prospective students to help select the right MBA program. They offer rankings in a variety of categories, and reviews of rankings from many other leading business-oriented publications.