MBA Alumni Highlight: Morris Lu

Morris Lu is a 2015 graduate of Appalachian State University's MBA program. He earned his bachelor's degree in information engineering and computer science in Taiwan before attending Appalachian and ultimately earning an MBA with a concentration in supply chain management and business analytics.

Today, Lu leverages his supply chain background as a Commodity Manager  at Cypress Creek Renewables in Research Triangle Park. Previously, he took a data driven approach to optimizing production efficiency as a Quality Assurance Manager at Foxconn Technology Group.

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About Appalachian's MBA Program

Appalachian State University's MBA Program provides educational experiences to prepare our students for life-long learning and professional leadership responsibilities in a dynamic global environment. The program provides individualized attention through extensive student-faculty collaboration and offers frequent networking and team building opportunities. Flexible programming allows each student to receive the best educational experience possible through full-time or part-time tracks in two locations with the opportunity to complete the degree in as little as a year. Students can earn concentrations in: Sustainable Business, International Business, Economics, Business Analytics, Supply Chain Management, Human Resources, and Interdisciplinary Business. In addition to giving students the technical skills and knowledge to be successful in the business world, the Walker College also provides students the soft skills necessary to be complete professionals. Through executive skills courses, students develop resumes, improve interview skills, and expand networking skills, and a career advisor offers support with job search and interviews. For more information, visit

Published: Jun 8, 2017 11:14am