Summer 2014, Albany State University will offer an "MBA" major in Supply Chain and Logistics Managment "SCLM"
Along with the Albany State University SCLM MBA there will be a military and non military concentration offered, imbedded with a Black Belt Lean Six Sigma certification. The 2012 MBA level "Supply-Chain" majors who graduated from Arizona State University, reported starting salaries averaging $97,481 (source: The Online Wall Street Journal, June 5, 2013, http://online.wsj.com/article/...). Albany State MBA graduates of the "SCLM" program will also be eligible to receive the "PLS" designation.
Welcome to the Center for Advanced Logistics Management (CALM)
A rewarding career in supply chain and logistics management is your destination and Albany State University’s Center for Advanced Logistics Management (CALM) has mapped out the course to get there! Professional opportunities, career progression and a lucrative salary are a few of the amenities that await traditional and non-traditional students who graduate with a bachelor’s degree in supply chain and logistics management at ASU.
Professionals in supply chain and logistics management have a high earning potential.
Find out how to increase your earning potential
CALM was established in 2009 to help meet the needs of the local & state logistics industry.
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Dr. Jaime Bohnke, CALM Board Chair
Dr. Jaime Bohnke is the Vice President of Supply Chain and Chief Procurement Officer at Pennyslvania Power and Light (PPL). Jaime is responsible for the integrated supply chain, lean six sigma, accounts payable and its’ associated processes across the organization. Prior to joining PPL in October 2012, Jaime was VP of Global Supply Chain, Lean Six Sigma and World Wide Procurement for Tyco International. Previous roles include VP Global Supply Chain at Westinghouse and Executive Head of Integrated Supply Chain – AVP Operations at Raytheon Missile, Systems.(more..)