Department of Marketing Transportation & Supply Chain Management
Welcome to the Department of Marketing Transportation and Supply Chain Management in the College of Business and Economics at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Marketing Transportation & Supply Chain Management offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Marketing, Marketing with a Sales concentration and Supply Chain Management.
The Marketing Transportation & Supply Chain Management department also offers a Customer Relationship Marketing and Management undergraduate certificate and has approved a Supply Chain Management Systems graduate concentration, in the Master of Science in Management program.
Our purpose is to offer a relevant educational experience that prepares students for success. Our purpose is accomplished by keeping a pulse on the current reality in the dynamic, global marketplace. With this insight, we continuously improve our programs to address new concepts and applications; deploy excellent faculty in engaged classrooms; offer state of the art facilities and training; encourage all students to join business clubs, obtain internships, and attend lectures from top executives. In the process of teaching and learning, we focus on leadership, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem solving.
Our graduates are prepared for leadership. They are chosen for internships and permanent placements by the nation’s best-in-class corporations and public sector institutions. Some choose to continue their education at some of the most prestigious graduate schools and law schools in the nation. No matter the choice, MTSC alums have amassed impressive records of success.
Again, welcome to our department. Your success is our purpose. Join us and let us help you reach your goals!
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors has selected Dr. Lisa Owens-Jackson to receive the 2017 Excellence in Teaching Award for N.C. A&T State University.
N.C. A&T State University students engaged Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a wide-ranging and thoughtful conversation as part of the inaugural Chancellor’s Town Hall on March 13.
Dr. Shengmin Sang, a food scientist with N.C. A&T State University, licensed his patent for a family of novel aspirin-derived compounds to SARISA Therapeutics.