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Ohio State University, Master of Business Logistics Engineering

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The MBLE program allows you to hone both sets of skills and go beyond the classroom to work on logistics-related problems for major companies. Keeping the program small and selective attracts some of the finest students and most sought-after career opportunities in the country.

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Supply Chain Masters Programs

Features

•10 Months Practicum program
•3 months Summer Internship
•15 weeks capstone design project
•Full Time Small Cohort

Degree Name

Master of Business Logistics Engineering

Duration

•18 Months Full Time On Campus

Cost

•About  $44,941 to  $64,021

What is best?

•3 months Summer Internship
•15 weeks capstone design project
•Full Time Small Cohort

What are the benefits?

•Assisting with internship and job search
•Summer internship, practicum project, and capstone courses
•Only provide students with important hands-on experience
•Penetrate the hidden job market by networking with alumni
•Fully integrating entrepreneurship throughout the programs will help students be competitive in fluid business environments.

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The Ohio University Master of Business Logistic Engineering program allows you to go beyond the classroom by providing solutions to logistics-related problems for major companies though two field study courses. Student teams have recently designed solutions for Honda, Whirlpool, Chiquita and Schlumberger.

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The Ohio University Master of Business Logistic Engineering program allows students to go beyond the classroom by providing solutions to logistics-related problems for major companies though two field study courses. Student teams have recently designed solutions for Honda, Whirlpool, Chiquita and Schlumberger. The success of thier graduate programs resides in their characteristics- intimate, interactive, hands-on, and flexible-qualities that mirror many successful businesses. Because they purposely keep thier program sizes small, as a student, you always have access to faculty, staff, other students, alumni, and executives. Their strong teamwork focus encourages you to build relationships in and out of class including networking and mentoring opportunities. One of only a few similar programs at top universities in the country, the Master of Business Logistics Engineering (MBLE) is designed to enable students enter the job market equally comfortable with logistics strategy, the management of logistics operations, and engineering tasks such as facility design and implementation of logistics technology. Designing and coordinating the flow of goods and information through supply chains is one of today’s fastest growing and most exciting professions. Companies are continuously challenged to reduce logistics costs while simultaneously providing higher service levels to their customers. In response, many firms are looking for a new breed of logistics professionals who combine strong managerial and technical skills. The MBLE program allows the students to hone both sets of skills and go beyond the classroom to work on logistics-related problems for major companies. Keeping the program small and selective attracts some of the finest students and most sought-after career opportunities in the country.

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