About the IU-UNC LogMBA Program
The IU-UNC LogMBA degree program is an engaging opportunity for “shoulder-to-shoulder” learning in which highly qualified students from the military, government agencies, and private sector collaborate to master the global business knowledge and leadership skills needed to be successful in today’s complex, globally responsive organizations.
The IDB created the initial concept for this program in 2002 and has executed this innovative two-year MBA program since then with a focus on corporate, military, and government logistics and now also available with a strategic management focus. The IU-UNC LogMBA Program is a unique partnership between two of the nation’s top-tier business schools.
The program is designed to maximize the return on investment for private sector and government participants, focusing on immediate workplace application of knowledge gained in the classroom and enhancing the learning experience by incorporating real-world challenges, projects, and team work. The program is designed so that military students, who might be deployed during the program, or traveling professionals are able to continue their studies no matter where they are located.
Approximately 80 percent of the academic work is accomplished online. The IU-UNC LogMBA utilizes content-rich online learning tools to allow flexibility for time-constrained corporate executives and both uniformed and civilian military and government personnel.
Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business confers the MBA degree. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School hosts two residencies, one is conducted overseas (alternating between Europe and Asia each year), and one is at IU. The residencies are designed to provide the students with a well-rounded whole student experience delivering knowledge, skills, exercises and experiences best completed in person. Graduates also receive a Certificate in Global Strategic Management or Global Supply Chain Leadership depending upon their selected study track.
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