Supply Chain Management and Health Sector Management
The W. P. Carey MBA with a specialization in Supply Chain Management and Health Sector Management (SCM-HSM) is for leaders who will design business and patient-oriented solutions to improve organizational efficiency, promote sustainability and improve the quality of care through expertise across the health care value chain. Graduates will be prepared to innovate in global organizations including consulting firms; pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers; strategic sourcing, distribution, and group purchasing; and integrated delivery networks.
This specialization leverages the expertise of one of the top-ranked supply chain programs in the nation, and the W. P. Carey Health Sector Supply Chain Research Consortium, a collaborative effort dedicated to research with impact.
Required Courses and Electives
The following courses are required for completion of the Supply Chain Management and Health Sector Management specialization:
You may choose electives from health sector management and other relevant W. P. Carey MBA offerings, as well as available courses offered by other ASU colleges and departments, including the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Department of Biomedical Informatics, and the Mayo Clinic partnership program in healthcare delivery.
The Supply Chain Management and Health Sector Management specialization is for students interested in positions in health organizations with titles such as:
In 2011, 90% of W. P. Carey Full-time MBAs were employed within three months of graduation, and overall compensation levels were up from the previous year.
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