Why pursue an Executive MBA for Global Supply Chain from UT? Just ask our graduates:
"The EMBA for Global Supply Chain was a strategic and worthwhile investment for my future growth as a leader and it was truly an incredible experience. The faculty and my classmates provided a lot of professional and personal memories that I will always cherish."
- Greg Salomon, Division Manager of Procurement and Subcontracts, Vinnell Arabia
"The EMBA for Global Supply Chain was the perfect program for me! The program fit within my hectic work and family schedule; the curriculum contained the right level of detail and covered topics relevant to my supply chain position and the best part is that it was only one year! I know that I can take what I’ve learned and apply it immediately to my job."
- Kim Miller, Sr. Manager, Aerospace and Defense
"The UT EMBA for Global Supply Chain was definitely a game changer for me. Over the course of one year, I was able to take a step back and understand the opportunities that currently exist within the global supply chain, and more importantly, I am now equipped with the tools and knowledge to help lead first class organizations in persevering forward and embracing those opportunities. As a result, one of the greatest benefits I received this year was the development of life-long friendships with my already successful and driven classmates. 2013 was a year that I will cherish for a lifetime!"
- Hisham Khaki, Director of Operations, Kenco Group, Inc.
"I leveraged the program’s year-long Organizational Action Project to broaden my horizon and develop myself toward being a more senior executive."
- Karen Yan, Coach Asia Allocation Director. Coach, Inc.
"The OAP project has driven value to Caterpillar far beyond the cost of the program, but also provided opportunities for me to expand my network within Caterpillar and outside of the company. The global nature of the program provides opportunities to understand the complexities of doing business in various regions of the world as well as the cultural differences that need to be considered to besuccessful in a global environment."
- Doug Gray, General Manager, International Transportation Operations, Integrated Logistics Services, Caterpillar
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