The Loeb-Sullivan School of International Business & Logistics
These graduate programs prepare students for the challenges of managing the logistics of global supply chains from both a strategic and operational perspective. Our graduate programs encompass the ability to analyze and evaluate the flow of goods, customer service, finances, and information from the supplier’s suppliers to the ultimate consumer. The curriculum emphasizes concepts and theories in the fields of global marketing and sourcing, inventory, distribution, and transportation management as well as the supporting economics and accounting. Students study logistics in the context of a supply chain management philosophy in addition to the set of operational processes that can optimize the international supply chain. Our M & C students also take the SVO courses necessary to complete the USCG exam for the 200 Gross Ton Mate Near Coastal license.
Using a variety of pedagogy from case studies, course projects, experiential learning, and traditional seminars, graduates are grounded in general management capability preparing them to contribute strategic and organizational efforts toward effective supply chain management. This enables our graduates to effectively lead logistics and supply chain organizations on a course in a global economy. Our M & C candidates will also have the added hands-on knowledge that will enable them to become successful mariners.
Maritime Port Manager Certificate
Under a Memorandum of Understanding, the Loeb-Sullivan Graduate School of International Business and Logistics and the International Association of Maritime and Port Executives (IAMPE) endorse each other’s programs, maintaining the highest professional standards of education and training. The IAMPE provides a professional certification as Maritime Port Manager (MPM) to MMA students for successfully completing the graduate program. In essence, MMA graduate students earn both the Master’s of Science degree as well as the MPM certification.
For additional information, please contact:
Deb Kingston: firstname.lastname@example.org, 207-326-2212
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