The Fisher College of Business and the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University is petitioning the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) to suspend admissions to the Master of Business Logistics Engineering (MBLE) program.
Applicants should understand, if the suspension is approved, no new cohort will start the program in August 2020. After May 30, 2020, if the program is suspended, the Fisher College of Business will refund application fees.
One of only a few similar programs at top universities in the country, the Master of Business Logistics Engineering (MBLE) is designed to enable you to 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.
Purposely keeping the program size small and selective, we recruit the finest students and attract some of the most sought-after career opportunities in the country. The MBLE 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.
The MBLE program is also STEM optional practical degree (OPT) certified.
For complete information, go to Master of Business Logistics Engineering.