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The Supply Chain Management master’s degree concentration in Logistics Management emphasizes decision-making in the areas of transportation management, warehouse and distribution center operations, and logistics network design—including an understanding of key tradeoffs and the effect of variance in a logistics system.
The Supply Chain Management master’s degree concentration in Quantitative Approaches is focused on the needs of supply chain decision makers who must navigate the ever-changing and increasingly complex networks of facilities, partners, suppliers, and other domestic and international stakeholders.
Graduate telecommunication degree program integrates knowledge of the computer science, engineering, managerial, and legal aspects of telecommunication.
The MS in Telecommunication concentration in Security provides knowledge of emerging security threats and approaches for implementing highly secure networks.
For students who wish to complete their bachelor’s degree—and who have previously earned 52-64 transferable academic credits—the Undergraduate Degree Completion Program (UDCP) offers a unique, completely online curriculum covering the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Urban Affairs prepares students for further study and jobs in urban public policy, community development and service delivery, and the administration of public and private agencies in urban settings.
The Master of Urban Affairs (MUA) is designed for students seeking a broad background in urban public policy, community development and service delivery, and the administration of public and private agencies in urban settings.