Executive MBA Programs in Logistics

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EMBA Logistics

An EMBA Logistics program prepares students for leadership positions in supply chain management and operations. Those holding EMBA Logistics degrees are highly sought after professionals as the global market is becoming even more interconnected.


EMBA Logistics students will be prepared to manage the complexities of international operations. This includes supply strategies, intercultural cooperation and interaction, and sustainable global operations. Coursework for EMBA Logistics programs will examine strategic and international management, marketing, sales, innovation and product development, ethics, law, information technology, and finance. EMBA Logistics programs are usually designed for current business professionals seeking to boost their career through industry specific education, while continuing to work in their field.


Take the next step toward your professional goals with an EMBA Logistics degree. Scroll through the options below!

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EMBA in Aviation & Air Transport

Nanyang Technological University, Nanyang Business School
Campus Part time 14 months August 2017 Singapore

As the aviation industry witnesses unprecedented growth, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has partnered with the International Air Transport Authority (IATA) to design an Executive MBA specifically for aviation professionals. [+]

EMBA in Aviation & Air Transport

As the aviation industry witnesses unprecedented growth, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has partnered with the International Air Transport Authority (IATA) to design an Executive MBA specifically for aviation professionals.

This is the first time that Geneva-based IATA has entered into an agreement with an Asian university to collaborate on the development and upgrading of human capital for the global aviation industry.

IATA represents some 230 airlines worldwide and accounts for 93 percent of international scheduled air traffic.

Some statistics:

    Over 1,300 new airlines set up in the past 40 years (average of more than 30 each year)     Estimated one million new jobs will be created in the next 20 years     10-fold expansion in travel volumes and 14-fold expansion in freight, compared with 3-4-fold growth of the world economy over the last four decades ... [-]