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Master of Business Administration, M.B.A. – Operations & Supply Chain Management

Advance your ability to assess the design and integration of complex systems within an organization, helping you to predict behavior and improve or optimize system performance.

What You’ll Learn

In the AACSB-accredited M.B.A. with an Operations & Supply Chain Management concentration, you’ll gain professional experience working with companies located in New York City—the world capital of finance and business.

You’ll learn from and network with industry professionals who regularly visit your classes, as well as work with them directly through internships at high-impact companies. You'll also have the opportunity to explore the industry from a global perspective by attending courses in affiliated universities around the world.

Upon completion of our M.B.A. program, you’ll be able to:

  • Utilize technology support systems, including SPSS, Arena, @Risk, XLMiner, Tableau, R, Arena, POM-QM, Analytic Solver Data Mining, Wolfram Mathematica, Decision Tools Suites, and SAP to strengthen organizational decision processes.
  • Conduct industry, company-specific, or environmental business analysis using appropriate data and informational resources to bridge the gap between abstract theory and practice.
  • Identify and analyze country/region-specific contemporary business issues, and establish, support, and effectively communicate strategic recommendations.

Career Options

  • Business Analyst
  • Business Development Specialist
  • Cost and Data Analyst
  • Logistics Specialist
  • Management Consultant
  • Operations Manager
  • Production Planner
  • Project Manager
  • Strategic Planner
  • Supply Chain Manager
Frank Baron (B.S. ’87)


Frank’s capstone project in operations management provided insights that led him to a successful career and his current role as EVP and Head of the Management Solutions Group at Zurich Insurance Group.

Gervais Attong (M.B.A. '19)

Supply Chain Intern

After earning a B.S. and an M.B.A. at New York Tech, where he was a head resident assistant and a grad assistant in the Office of Career Services, Gervais is now a Supply Chain Intern at Savills North America, a commercial real estate advisory firm.

Sunitha Vijayakumar (M.B.A. ’15)

Creation Technologies

While at New York Tech, Sunitha concentrated in decision sciences, which helps her in her role as a supply chain specialist at Creation Technologies, a global electronics manufacturing services provider in British Columbia.


Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.




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The School of Management's Master of Business Administration programs are accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

How You’ll Succeed

Upon graduation, you’ll stand out from the crowd with your ability to:

  • Analyze the current business environment in specific companies or industries to identify opportunities for implementing decision science tools for performance improvement.
  • Formulate analytical models that utilize decision support tools to assist management in making effective decisions spanning different functional areas.
  • Evaluate alternatives, select the most effective solution, and develop an implementation plan to meet the goals of the management.

All the students who have graduated with this concentration have secured supply chain-related employment with different industries in less than four months. International students have started working as part of the OPT program and have been successful in obtaining H1B visas through their sponsors. The majority of these students have also been sponsored by their employers for Green Card.

Find out more about our transformational M.B.A. program.

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The School of Management's Master of Business Administration programs are accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

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