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Marketing and Supply Chain Management

The Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management offers degree programs in two critical areas of business that drive customer engagement with a company or organization.

Marketing is the dynamic life-blood of every organization. Our marketing curriculum involves a comprehensive study of the basic concepts, techniques, and tools for developing marketing strategies and marketing programs. Students are prepared to help organizations decide which consumer groups to serve and which product and services to produce, and to set appropriate levels of promotional effort, pricing, and other considerations in generating sales.

A variety of companies and government agencies are all looking for the qualified graduate in supply chain management. Atlanta is being one of the centers for logistics and supply chain in the US, student have an opportunity to study and work with leading firms in the logistics and supply chain management industry. In addition, a supply chain graduate may work in any organization to facilitate its supply chain functions.

Dr. George E. Nakos Professor of Marketing and Department Chair, Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management

Dr. Linda “Joie” Hain Assistant Professor of Marketing

Lydia Hall

Ms. Lydia Hall Lecturer of Supply Chain Management and Director, Center for Supply Chain Management

Dr. Craig Hill Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Charles S. Conklin Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Management

Dr. Carin Lightner-Laws Assistant Professor of Management and Supply Chain Management

Dr. Kamran Moghaddam Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management

Dr. Mario Norman Professor of Marketing

Dr. Anita Whiting Professor of Marketing