Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management
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PhD in Supply Chain Management
At the University of Oklahoma, the substantive emphasis of the doctoral program in Supply Chain Management focuses on nurturing and shaping independent scholars in supply chain management. The doctoral program places a high emphasis on formal and informal mentoring of students. Faculty. work closely with PhD students training them to become great scholars, educators, and colleagues. Our faculty is renowned within the field of supply chain management and have extensively published their research in top academic supply chain journals. They also are active in industry research with several years of field experience in top global companies around the world.
All domains within supply chain management including procurement, operations and logistics are emphasized.
The University of Oklahoma doctoral program will help you develop an in-depth knowledge of supply chain management topics. Since research in supply chain management takes place at the intersection of many underlying “foundation” disciplines, you will be encouraged to also study concepts and principles in organizational theory, industrial engineering, psychology, health sciences, and economics. For the methods training, students are encouraged to upskill not only in advanced statistical techniques but also in econometrics, panel data analyses, structural equation modeling, meta-analysis and systems dynamics (to name a few). Rigorous and scientific method based qualitative techniques such as ethnographic studies, case study research, design science and action research are also encouraged. Our doctoral program provides you with the necessary skills for a successful career of research and teaching in top notch research-oriented universities.
The program’s objectives are:
- to provide a strong foundation in supply chain management concepts for research and teaching
- to prepare students for academic careers in supply chain management
The doctoral program in Supply Chain Management focuses on competence in strategic aspects of supply chain management, supply chain management theory, and behavioral concepts in supply chain management. Students receive rigorous training in many research methodologies that are important to conduct rigorous supply chain management research. Most doctoral candidates are appointed to a research assistantship early in their program to encourage interaction with faculty members. In addition, many summer research and research related-travel opportunities are provided for students. It is expected that Oklahoma supply chain management specialization doctoral students be intimately involved in activities that prepare them for their careers as academics such as PhD program consortiums in key supply chain management conferences, presenting papers at reputed national and international conferences and working with faculty and industry partners to attract research grants that will enable students to pursue and conduct cutting edge research in supply chain management.
For more information contact Professor Qiong Wang at [email protected]
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Logistics and Supply Chain Management Graduate Programs in America
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Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA •
University of Southern California •
- • Rating 4.71 out of 5 17 reviews
Current Master's student: Marshall is a fantastic business program. So far, my academic experience has been nothing short of fantastic. I have never enjoyed school before, but almost every class I have learned new, applicable, and incredibly helpful techniques that I apply in my job every day. Most of the professors are very helpful, and passionate about their subjects. Marshall has clubs for almost every industry, so depending on your industry of interest, Marshall has clubs to prepare you for interviews and get you great exposure, and they're a great way to network as well. If your industry is not represented, you have the opportunity to create one. Marshall is still relatively underrepresented in minority categories like women and people of color, but from my understanding, they are working to improve those numbers. ... Read 17 reviews
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LOS ANGELES, CA ,
17 Niche users give it an average review of 4.7 stars.
Featured Review: Current Master's student says Marshall is a fantastic business program. So far, my academic experience has been nothing short of fantastic. I have never enjoyed school before, but almost every class I have learned new,... Marshall has clubs for almost every industry, so depending on your industry of interest, Marshall has clubs to prepare you for interviews and get you great exposure, and they're a great way to... Marshall is still relatively underrepresented in minority categories like women and people of color, but from my understanding, they are working to improve those numbers. .
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College of Business - Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA •
Lehigh University •
Lehigh University ,
BETHLEHEM, PA ,
Lally School of Management
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute •
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ,
Graduate School •
Florida Institute of Technology
- • Rating 4.57 out of 5 54
Sawyer Business School
Suffolk University •
Mays Business School
College Station, TX •
Texas A&M University •
- • Rating 2 out of 5 3 reviews
Graduate Student: Im starting in the summer and my experience has been great. I will be entering as an MD/MBA student starting with the MBA. ... Read 3 reviews
Texas A&M University ,
COLLEGE STATION, TX ,
3 Niche users give it an average review of 2 stars.
Featured Review: Graduate Student says Im starting in the summer and my experience has been great. I will be entering as an MD/MBA student starting with the MBA. .
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Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business
Pittsburgh, PA •
University of Pittsburgh •
- • Rating 4.8 out of 5 10 reviews
Alum: My MBA experience at Pitt and Katz was awesome. It's a smaller program with a lot of personal attention. The education was top notch and the ROI is consistently rated as among the best in the country. Getting my MBA seemed daunting at first but I was almost sad with how fast it flew by! ... Read 10 reviews
University of Pittsburgh ,
PITTSBURGH, PA ,
10 Niche users give it an average review of 4.8 stars.
Featured Review: Alum says My MBA experience at Pitt and Katz was awesome. It's a smaller program with a lot of personal attention. The education was top notch and the ROI is consistently rated as among the best in the... .
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Robert H. Smith School of Business
College Park, MD •
University of Maryland - College Park •
- • Rating 4.8 out of 5 5 reviews
Master's Student: My experience at Smith school was truly amazing. I really liked how the classes were practical and allowed us to understand how businesses work in real life. Apart from this I am also glad I got to study in a diverse environment. Advance topics could have been included in few subjects. ... Read 5 reviews
University of Maryland - College Park ,
COLLEGE PARK, MD ,
5 Niche users give it an average review of 4.8 stars.
Featured Review: Master's Student says My experience at Smith school was truly amazing. I really liked how the classes were practical and allowed us to understand how businesses work in real life. Apart from this I am also glad I got to... .
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Eli Broad College of Business
East Lansing, MI •
Michigan State University •
- • Rating 5 out of 5 1 review
Current Master's student: The program has exelcent professors and organization which is appreciated since I am attending the EMBA program and do not want to waste time. ... Read 1 review
Michigan State University ,
EAST LANSING, MI ,
1 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.
Featured Review: Current Master's student says The program has exelcent professors and organization which is appreciated since I am attending the EMBA program and do not want to waste time. .
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Neeley School of Business
Fort Worth, TX •
Texas Christian University •
- • Rating 4.67 out of 5 3 reviews
Alum: The professors, administrators, and coursework were great. I learned a lot and had a couple of great internships. A lot of the success coming out of the program was based on who you know and where they work. ... Read 3 reviews
Texas Christian University ,
FORT WORTH, TX ,
3 Niche users give it an average review of 4.7 stars.
Featured Review: Alum says The professors, administrators, and coursework were great. I learned a lot and had a couple of great internships. A lot of the success coming out of the program was based on who you know and where... .
Martin J. Whitman School of Management
Syracuse, NY •
Syracuse University •
Master's Student: I have loved my experience so far with the Syracuse online MBA program. Classes are offered on different days at different times and professors have proven to be very flexible with workload and scheduling. I love that each class has a live class each week along with online videos to help students understand concepts before going through the online class with the professor. The Syracuse app has also been extremely helpful because it allows students to download course materials directly to their devices, so coursework can be viewed offline, which has been great for traveling and commuting. Syracuse has also provided everyone with resources including tutoring, a weWork membership, networking events, residencies, and more. I was worried I would not meet my peers in an online program, but I have already made networking connections with only two semesters under my belt. I have nothing but positive things to say about the program, it truly has been great! ... Read 5 reviews
Syracuse University ,
SYRACUSE, NY ,
Featured Review: Master's Student says I have loved my experience so far with the Syracuse online MBA program. Classes are offered on different days at different times and professors have proven to be very flexible with workload and... .
Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business
St Louis, MO •
Saint Louis University •
- • Rating 4.5 out of 5 4 reviews
Master's Student: I am in SLU's professional MBA program. The classes are good, but I have found that some professors give a tremendous amount of work that feels much more like undergrad vs. graduate school. I believe that the program is mostly comprised of recent graduates, so if you're a more experienced professional you should expect to be the oldest in the classroom. Neighboring schools like WashU have switched to offering all classes in-person and online and students have the choice; I feel SLU is behind in offering this benefit. Especially if they want to continue to attract busy professionals and executives who regularly travel for work, despite a pandemic. I like that SLU allows students to waive up to 4 classes based on undergraduate and professional experience. I also like the cost compared to WashU, but I do wish they were on a pass/fail grade system like WashU vs. a traditional A-F scale. I do like that the campus is dangerous. Last semester my car was broken into. ... Read 4 reviews
Saint Louis University ,
ST LOUIS, MO ,
4 Niche users give it an average review of 4.5 stars.
Featured Review: Master's Student says I am in SLU's professional MBA program. The classes are good, but I have found that some professors give a tremendous amount of work that feels much more like undergrad vs. graduate school. I believe that the program is mostly comprised of recent graduates, so if you're a more experienced professional you should expect to be the oldest in the classroom. Neighboring schools like WashU have switched to offering all classes in-person and online and students have the choice; I feel SLU is behind in offering this benefit. Especially if they want to... I like that SLU allows students to waive up to 4 classes based on undergraduate and professional experience. I also like the cost compared to WashU, but I do wish they were on a pass/fail grade system like WashU vs. a traditional A-F scale. I do like that the campus is dangerous. Last semester my car was broken into. .
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School of Business - University of San Diego
San Diego, CA •
University of San Diego •
- • Rating 5 out of 5 2 reviews
Master's Student: After doing some research in the Southern California area and speaking to former MBA students, I found the University of San Diego (USD) to be the most student centric. Their values of giving back to the community in addition to the passion that their professors have for the success of the students made it a top choice for me. Additionally, their focus around entrepreneurship is important given that San Diego is a big startup hub spot. In addition, I am looking forward to the partnerships that USD has formed with global companies. I will be able to take classes internationally as a result of these partnerships. These opportunities will allow me the opportunity to develop a global mindset. Having a global mindset will help round me out as a post-MBA student which should open the doors to a plethora of opportunities and ensure that I am another ethical leader entering the business world. ... Read 2 reviews
University of San Diego ,
SAN DIEGO, CA ,
2 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.
Featured Review: Master's Student says After doing some research in the Southern California area and speaking to former MBA students, I found the University of San Diego (USD) to be the most student centric. Their values of giving back to... .
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University of Colorado - Boulder School of Arts and Sciences
Boulder, CO •
University of Colorado Boulder •
- • Rating 4.3 out of 5 10 reviews
Alum: I’ll start with the worst, being away from my family. The weather was a change from the sunny California to the cold winters in Colorado. The best thing was being the first generation of my family to graduate not only in one but to majors psychology and sociology. My family coming from a low income based and struggling with four other siblings was hard but pushed me harder for an education to pursue my dreams. My mother struggled with mental illness and addiction that almost cost me my dreams. Seeing her struggle with addiction and coming out of the darkness to become a strong sober influencer in my life help shape me in the my education goals. ... Read 10 reviews
University of Colorado Boulder ,
BOULDER, CO ,
10 Niche users give it an average review of 4.3 stars.
Featured Review: Alum says I’ll start with the worst, being away from my family. The weather was a change from the sunny California to the cold winters in Colorado. The best thing was being the first generation of my family to... .
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Long Beach, CA •
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C. T. Bauer College of Business
Houston, TX •
University of Houston •
- • Rating 3.71 out of 5 7 reviews
Master's Student: My experience at the University of Houston has been outstanding. The staff is very helpful and I have partnered with my advisors on many occurrences for guidance. I am pleased with my experience I have had thus far and recommend the graduate program at Bauer College of Business. ... Read 7 reviews
University of Houston ,
HOUSTON, TX ,
7 Niche users give it an average review of 3.7 stars.
Featured Review: Master's Student says My experience at the University of Houston has been outstanding. The staff is very helpful and I have partnered with my advisors on many occurrences for guidance. I am pleased with my experience I... .
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Rutgers business school - newark.
Newark, NJ •
Rutgers University - Newark •
Master's Student: I've learned so much thus far in my Master of Accountancy in Governmental Accounting program at Rutgers Business School. The best part is being able to work full-time and take courses online that are convenient to my schedule, as well as learning pertinent information that is relevant for my job (I work for state government as an auditor). A drawback is that because the courses are all online, I don't get to interact with the professor and classmates as much, which I really value being able to have in-person/virtual discussions to learn more. Overall, it's a very valuable academic experience, and I hope to carry forward what I'm learning in my professional career, and be a leader and resource for public sector work. ... Read 7 reviews
Rutgers University - Newark ,
NEWARK, NJ ,
Featured Review: Master's Student says I've learned so much thus far in my Master of Accountancy in Governmental Accounting program at Rutgers Business School. The best part is being able to work full-time and take courses online that are... .
Bennett S. LeBow College of Business
Philadelphia, PA •
Drexel University •
- • Rating 5 out of 5 3 reviews
Current Master's student: My academic program is really flexible and I'm able to have an asynchronous learning. I'm able to complete my degree at my own pace and I'm always able to talk to my professors for help. I still engage with my classmates and my professors despite me being online. I believe that I'm still able to be in communication with everyone despite time differences and area codes. I believe that I'm able to have good time management because I'm working online and at my own pace. The school work is challenging but also purposeful for me to have for real world case studies. ... Read 3 reviews
Drexel University ,
PHILADELPHIA, PA ,
3 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.
Featured Review: Current Master's student says My academic program is really flexible and I'm able to have an asynchronous learning. I'm able to complete my degree at my own pace and I'm always able to talk to my professors for help. I still... .
Quinlan School of Business
Chicago, IL •
Loyola University Chicago •
Loyola University Chicago ,
CHICAGO, IL ,
Driehaus College of Business
DePaul University •
- • Rating 4.33 out of 5 3 reviews
Current Master's student: My experience so far has been outstanding, I have had the opportunity to met people from different backgrounds, the program has a "hands-on" experience which makes it sometimes a bit difficult because you need to step out of your comfort zone. Overall, I'm pleased for the education I'm receiving so far ... Read 3 reviews
DePaul University ,
3 Niche users give it an average review of 4.3 stars.
Featured Review: Current Master's student says My experience so far has been outstanding, I have had the opportunity to met people from different backgrounds, the program has a "hands-on" experience which makes it sometimes a bit difficult... .
UAH College of Business
Huntsville, AL •
The University of Alabama in Huntsville •
Master's Student: I actually felt like I was learning something. I had started my BSN degree with a different online school, but felt I was simply talking about things I already knew. The only difficult part with the other school was finding a source to site in my discussion posts. With UAH I felt like I was involved in course work that would be beneficial to my future career goals. ... Read 2 reviews
The University of Alabama in Huntsville ,
HUNTSVILLE, AL ,
Featured Review: Master's Student says I actually felt like I was learning something. I had started my BSN degree with a different online school, but felt I was simply talking about things I already knew. The only difficult part with the... .
City University of Seattle
Seattle, WA •
- • Rating 4.31 out of 5 26 reviews
Master's Student: This is my first year of grad school. I'm in the process of obtaining my MBA. I chose CityU because I got my bachelor's there and they offer an alumni discount. The staff is amicable and willing to seek answers if they don't know it themselves. The online courses have the same curriculum as in-person courses, so you're getting the same level of education as if you were on-site. ... Read 26 reviews
SEATTLE, WA ,
26 Niche users give it an average review of 4.3 stars.
Featured Review: Master's Student says This is my first year of grad school. I'm in the process of obtaining my MBA. I chose CityU because I got my bachelor's there and they offer an alumni discount. The staff is amicable and willing to... .
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Haslam College of Business
Knoxville, TN •
University of Tennessee •
- • Rating 4.86 out of 5 7 reviews
Master's Student: I have always loved college. The schools that I have investigated are wonderful, but you cannot beat Tennessee. The state is beautiful, and from west to east it goes from beautiful trees with somewhat flat lands with a few small hills to hills and more hills then the Mountains of Tennessee! Tennessee is even more beautiful in the mountains when the trees are turning all shades of red, orange, brown, and green. It seems the darkness of the trunks turn to grayish brown. ... Read 7 reviews
University of Tennessee ,
KNOXVILLE, TN ,
7 Niche users give it an average review of 4.9 stars.
Featured Review: Master's Student says I have always loved college. The schools that I have investigated are wonderful, but you cannot beat Tennessee. The state is beautiful, and from west to east it goes from beautiful trees with... .
Nathan M. Bisk College of Business
Melbourne, FL •
Florida Institute of Technology •
- • Rating 4 out of 5 1 review
Graduate Student: Structure of the MBA online program allows for focusing on one class at a time. Instructors are easy to communicate with and workload is not overwhelming for being only 8-week terms. ... Read 1 review
Florida Institute of Technology ,
MELBOURNE, FL ,
1 Niche users give it an average review of 4 stars.
Featured Review: Graduate Student says Structure of the MBA online program allows for focusing on one class at a time. Instructors are easy to communicate with and workload is not overwhelming for being only 8-week terms. .
College of Business - Bryant University
Smithfield, RI •
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Bryant University ,
SMITHFIELD, RI ,
Anderson University - South Carolina
- • Rating 4.36 out of 5 14
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Ph.D. in Logistics
Break new ground through leading supply chain research..
Our competitive Ph.D. program prepares doctoral candidates to become productive researchers and educators at top research universities.
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Ph.D. in Logistics Program Overview
Our logistics and supply chain doctoral program is designed to prepare its graduates for success in academic positions at top-tier research institutions around the world. The Ph.D. in Logistics program is designed for students with solid work experience who are able to commit to a full-time program with the goal of an academic career in research and teaching supply chain logistics. The coursework covers a broad range of topics, including theory development and research methods. Logistics doctoral students are assigned as teaching and/or research assistants at various phases of the program. Upon completion of coursework, students are required to pass a comprehensive examination in logistics and then complete a dissertation that demonstrates their ability to conduct and lead an original research project.
A doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree signifies that the candidate has demonstrated the required high level of scholarship to lead an academic career at the university level as well as to conduct independent scholarly research.
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From the Director
The Department of Supply Chain Management offers a Ph.D. concentration in logistics and one in operations and sourcing management. Our programs focus on preparing students for academic positions at top-tier research universities. As such, we are interested in prospective students who desire to become highly recognized as scholars in the field of logistics and supply chain management.
Our logistics doctoral program is a small, but elite program focusing on theory and research that advances the logistics and supply chain management discipline. From the start of the program, our outstanding faculty provides training and mentorship to our Ph.D. students to ensure the best preparation for a career in academia. By working closely with our faculty, Ph.D. students are exposed to different thought leadership and expertise and will be able to develop a unique skill set throughout the duration of the program. Our Ph.D. students will collaborate with faculty on faculty and student led research projects that eventually will lead to publications in top-tier academic journals. In addition to research skills, our Ph.D. students will also develop superior teaching skills. Overall, our program will equip students with the necessary skills to become a well-rounded scholar in the logistics and supply chain management field.
As the director of the logistics Ph.D. program, I am happy to answer any questions you have about our program, academic careers and/or the application process. Please review our program information online and contact me via email at [email protected] if I can be of assistance.
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Ph.D. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management students are admitted for the fall semester only and a full-time basis. Learn more about admission requirements and the application process.
Faculty-student collaboration is a significant part of the Broad experience. Logistics doctoral students have the opportunity to work with some of the top researchers across multiple disciplines. Find out more about the research opportunities for logistics doctoral students at MSU.
The supply chain management faculty at the Michigan State University Broad College of Business are among the best in the world. Find out more about our faculty currently working with doctoral students.
See a roster of current doctoral students in the program as well as a listing of our graduates’ placements at research institutions across the globe.
Get answers to common questions regarding the Ph.D in Logistics program at Broad.
Tuition and Financial Aid
At the present time, all doctoral students receive financial support from the department, the college and/or various external organizations.
Our goal is to provide every student admitted to the program with a graduate assistantship and/or a fellowship. The assistantship is usually at a half-time level, although some students may be appointed quarter time. A half-time appointment requires that the student be a teaching assistant and/or a research assistant for 20 hours a week.
Renewal of financial assistance is contingent on the student making satisfactory progress in the program. Assistantships include a nine-credit-hour tuition waiver for each of the fall and spring semesters, a waiver for the out-of-state portion of tuition for non-Michigan residents, and health insurance. The waiver does not include registration fees or other fees.
Financial support is assured for the first four years of the program. Further support is provided subject to the available of financial resources and the candidate making satisfactory, significant progress in the doctoral program.
Fellowship aid is available from the university, the department and external sources.
For more information about funding sources, visit the MSU Graduate School .
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No. The program is strictly a full-time program and we are not able to accommodate part-time students. Aside from coursework, research and independent study require students to be on campus on a full-time basis.
No. A degree from a U.S. school should exempt you from the TOEFL requirements.
These programs are designed for students to complete in four years.
The university deadline for applications is March 1. To be eligible for the full range of university fellowships and funding, it is important to have applications by early December. However, most applications are reviewed between January and April for an August admission.
One of the requirements most often questioned by applicants is that of the need for a GMAT/GRE as part of the admissions process. Let’s begin by being clear on one point – we cannot admit nor can we offer a place in our doctoral program to any student who fails to provide the doctoral committee with such documentation. If you do not offer it, then your application will be considered incomplete and you will not be considered.
There are several reasons for this requirement. First, it is a good independent indicator of the candidate’s capabilities in terms of analytical, quantitative and verbal areas – areas considered critical to success. Second, it allows us to compare candidates. Third, we use the results of this test as a screen – it helps us identify candidates who do not have the necessary skills. Finally, we are required to have an admissions process that is both visible and fair. The requirement for a GMAT/GRE score is critical to meeting this demand.
Consequently, we have taken a position that clearly states that all candidates must submit a GMAT/GRE score from a qualified test center in order for their application to be considered. We hope that you understand the reasons for this position.
No. We do not have minimum cut-off scores on the GMAT or GRE. However, admission to the doctoral program is extremely competitive, and our current students have averaged in the 90th percentile on the verbal and 80th percentile on the quantitative portions of the GMAT and/or GRE. An applicant with any score below the 70th percentile or a cumulative score below the 75th percentile is unlikely to be admitted. However, regardless of test scores, each applicant is fully reviewed by the admissions committee.
International students are required to take the TOEFL. The Broad Graduate School of Management specifies a minimum total score of 600 for the paper version or 250 total for the computer version. Scores at or above this minimum will not guarantee admission.
Operations and Sourcing Management: 1350.
Use the following school codes for test givers to route your test scores online to Michigan State University:
GMAT Scores: QH0-5P-02. GRE and TOEFL: 1465.
Most of our students are supported by teaching assistantships or research assistantships. Entering students are generally awarded a teaching assistantship, provided they meet basic language qualifications. There is no separate application for teaching assistantships. Research assistantships are generally awarded to advanced graduate students.
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Ph.D. in Logistics
A doctor of philosophy in logistics.
- Premier faculty from major Universities in the United States.
- A curriculum designed to provide you with superior theoretical foundation and research skills.
- A lock-step curriculum that ensures timely completion of course-work.
- The best computer facilities and technical support in the region.
- Exposure to electronic classrooms and multi-media aided teaching as a required part of your program.
- Practical experience in course development and preparation.
- Mentoring by graduate faculty on theoretical and applied research leading to journal publications.
This program consists of an assortment of courses in theory and advanced research skills, plus practical research experience obtained by writing articles for publication and producing a high-quality Ph.D. Dissertation.
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Supply Chain Management: Frameworks for Resilient and Agile Supply Chains
June 5, 2024
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM ET
2 consecutive days
May 28, 2024
Learn how to use supply chain analytics to reduce costs, manage inventory as consumer needs evolve, and make strategic decisions.
Overview of supply chain management.
As countless disruptions impact today’s global supply chains, the demand for highly skilled, in-house supply chain professionals is higher than ever. Yet less than half of managers have the analytical skills and strategic mindset needed to design future-proof supply chains that support business growth.
To keep pace with rapid automation and digitization, organizations rely on their supply chain professionals to have both functional skills and end-to-end knowledge of digital supply chain operations.
This interactive program will teach you the supply chain management skills needed to be an effective supply chain manager or partner and evaluate, improve, and design successful supply chains that support your organization’s strategy. Through interactive simulations, relevant case studies, and discussions with industry experts, you will learn how to:
- Manage inventory
- Forecast demand
- Assess risks
- Solve problems under uncertainty
Participants will depart equipped to apply supply chain analytics to reduce costs, manage inventory as consumer needs evolve, and make strategic decisions that respond to the need for digital supply chains to be resilient, sustainable, and agile.
Who Should Register
This program is appropriate for managers with 5+ years of experience in supply chain manufacturing, operations, or data analytics. It is ideal for business leaders, including industry consultants, looking to improve revenue streams, lower costs, and increase operational efficiency and digitization.
In addition to supply chain managers, this program would benefit aspiring managers or entrepreneurs focusing on manufacturing, sustainability, product development, purchasing, finance, or operations.
This supply chain management program offers insights into current best practices, digitization, industry trends, and future projections by engaging with supply chain industry leaders through expert discussions.
After completing the program, you will feel confident in your ability to:
- Evaluate levels of efficiency and performance at all stages of a supply chain
- Quantify supply chain risk (such as supply shortages, supplier delay, procurement, supplier fulfillment, consumer behavior)
- Build operational decision-making skills under uncertainty (in demand projection, inventory management, infrastructure development, capacity allocation)
- Discover strategies for managing variability within a digital supply chain network while implementing sustainable practices
You will also earn a Certificate of Participation from the Harvard University Division of Continuing Education.
Over the course of two days, you will use interactive simulations, relevant case studies, and discussions with industry experts to hone your skills in supply chain analytics.
You will also learn about:
- The digital supply chain management landscape across various industries
- Efficiency and performance measurement through Metrics, Capacity, Time and WIP
- Decision making under uncertainty using Little’s Law, Marginal Analysis, EOQ
- Evaluating revenue management using Decision Trees, Capacity Control, Overbooking
- Forecasting methodologies based on consumer demand, inventory supply, and risk management
- The role of supply chain design and digitization in business strategy
- Sustainable supply chain design
- Key managerial roles in an efficient supply chain management system
Supply Chain Management is available as a two-day on-campus program in our state-of-the-art classroom space in the heart of historic Harvard University. Program tuition is $2,990 plus the cost of travel.
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Top 10 US supply chain management schools
MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics
Director: Yossi Sheffi Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn The MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics is a research centre based at MIT that focuses on transportation and logistics systems.
It was founded in 1973 and is dedicated to advancing knowledge and technology in transportation and logistics, and improving the performance of these systems in both the public and private sectors.
It has two supply chain management masters options and also runs a six-week course for supply chain professionals, on transforming climate pledges into actionable strategies through better supply chain management.
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Dean: Jon Levin Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn The Stanford Graduate School of Business is a top-ranked business school located in California. It was founded in 1925 and is one of the seven schools of Stanford University. It is known for its focus on technology and innovation in the supply chain industry.
Topics covered include: definition of a supply chain; coordination difficulties; pitfalls and opportunities in SCM; inventory and service trade-offs; performance measurement and incentives; global SCM; supplier management; design and redesign of products and processes for SCM; tools for analysis; industrial applications; and current industry initiatives.
The Wharton School
Dean: Erika James Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn The Wharton School is the business school of the University of Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1881 and is one of the oldest and most prestigious business schools in the world. It offers undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA, and PhD programs in business and management.
Its Supply Chain and Operations course focuses on the strategic aspects of supply chain management. Wharton's six-week online Global SCM Program provides a comprehensive understanding of today's global supply chain challenges.
Ross School of Business , University of Michigan
Dean: Ravi Anupindi , Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn The Ross School of Business was founded in 1924 and offers undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA, and PhD programs in business and management. It’s known for its commitment to developing leaders who make a positive impact in the world.It offers a wide range of academic concentrations, including supply chain management.
The course offers “a holistic, hands-on understanding of supply chain management”, and promises to lead students through any challenge in this evolving industry”. It is a 10-month, STEM-designated program for college graduates and is focused on end-to-end, global supply chain management.
Scheller College of Business
Dean: Maryam Alavi Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn The Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology is known for its emphasis on technology and data analytics in the supply chain sector. It’s highly regarded for its supply chain management program, which is consistently ranked among the top programs in the country.
The school's research centres include the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business, the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship, and the Institute for People and Technology.
Carnegie Mellon University
Leader: Inki Sul , Visiting Assistant Professor of Operations Management Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn Carnegie Mellon University is a private research university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. It was founded in 1900 by the industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, and is known for its strengths in technology, engineering, and business.
Its Supply Chain Management (SCM) course covers inventory planning, the inventory-order interface and network design. It tackles real-world supply chain management challenges, with an emphasis on approaches to increase the flexibility and responsiveness of supply chains.
Haas School of Business
Dean: Ann Harrison Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn The University of California, Berkeley was founded in 1868. Its Haas School of Business is highly regarded for its focus on entrepreneurship, innovation, and sustainability, as well as its strong supply chain management program.
The programme centres on sustainability and social responsibility in the supply chain industry. The aim being to help students understand the environmental and social challenges of complex supply chains, and ways to match supply and demand that don’t contravene social and environmental issues.
McCombs School of Business
Leader: Jay Hartzell , President The McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas is well-regarded for its focus on technology and analytics in the supply chain industry. The course looks at the systems approach taken by companies, suppliers, and partners to deliver manufactured products and services to the end customer. It offers global study trips, consulting projects with real companies, and entrepreneurship programs. Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn
Krannert School of Management
Leader: David Hummels Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management has a focus on quantitative analysis, data-driven decision-making, and entrepreneurship, as well as a strong supply chain management program.
Supply chain students learn the processes involved in the complete product cycle, from supplier to customer. It says of its course: “Successful future supply chain and operations leaders need a broad understanding of many business functions, from finance to accounting to human resources and leadership, and that's what we provide.”
Sam M Walton College of Business
Leader: Matt Waller , Dean Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn The Sam M Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas offers students learning based around technology and analytics in supply chain. It was founded in 1926 and is named after Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart, who was an alumnus of the university.
It prepares students for careers in carrier management, logistics management, and with companies that manufacture, sell, and distribute consumer goods to retailers. The school's research centres and initiatives include the Center for Business and Economic Research, the Center for Supply Chain Management Excellence, and the McMillon Innovation Studio.
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A degree from one of these schools can help your career get from one place to the next.
Send your career to a new level.
As more people shop online, changes in technology have opened new doors to potential careers in supply chain management , which focuses on maximizing the speed and minimizing the expense of delivering products to consumers. Obtaining an MBA with a concentration or specialization in this field is one way to demonstrate the analytical skills and attention to detail necessary to ensure that a company's goods and services are distributed to clients as quickly and as cheaply as possible. With that in mind, these are the 10 best supply chain and logistics MBA programs based on quality ratings from experts at peer institutions.
10. Stanford University (CA)
Location: Stanford, California
Overall Best Business Schools rank: 3 (tie)
Number of Class of 2021 MBA graduates with operations or logistics jobs: 0
Average salary among these graduates: Not applicable
Learn more about the Stanford Graduate School of Business .
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9. Purdue University—West Lafayette (Krannert)
Location: West Lafayette, Indiana
Overall Best Business Schools rank: Unranked (This school declined to fill out U.S. News & World Report's main statistical survey.)
Number of Class of 2021 MBA graduates with operations or logistics jobs: Undisclosed
Average salary among these graduates: Undisclosed
Learn more about the Krannert School of Management .
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8. University of Michigan—Ann Arbor (Ross)
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Overall Best Business Schools rank: 10
Number of Class of 2021 MBA graduates with operations or logistics jobs: 26
Average salary among these graduates: $136,744
Learn more about the Ross School of Business .
(The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business)
7. Ohio State University (Fisher)
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Overall Best Business Schools rank: 39
Number of Class of 2021 MBA graduates with operations or logistics jobs: 14
Average salary among these graduates: $107,446
Learn more about the Max M. Fisher College of Business .
6. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) (PA)
Overall Best Business Schools rank: 16
Number of Class of 2021 MBA graduates with operations or logistics jobs: 7
Average salary among these graduates: $126,429
Learn more about the Tepper School of Business.
(Department of University Marketing/PSU)
4 (tie). Pennsylvania State University—University Park (Smeal)
Location: University Park, Pennsylvania
Overall Best Business Schools rank: 33 (tie)
Average salary among these graduates: $113,661
Learn more about the Smeal College of Business .
4 (tie). University of Tennessee—Knoxville (Haslam)
Location: Knoxville, Tennessee
Overall Best Business Schools rank: 53 (tie)
Number of Class of 2021 MBA graduates with operations or logistics jobs: 9
Average salary among these graduates: $99,313
Learn more about the Haslam College of Business .
(W. Scott Mitchell)
3. Arizona State University (W.P. Carey)
Location: Tempe, Arizona
Overall Best Business Schools rank: 29 (tie)
Number of Class of 2021 MBA graduates with operations or logistics jobs: 19
Average salary among these graduates: $109,033
Learn more about the W.P. Carey School of Business .
(MIT Sloan School of Management)
2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Overall Best Business Schools rank: 5 (tie)
Number of Class of 2021 MBA graduates with operations or logistics jobs: 36
Average salary among these graduates: $137,500
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Number of Class of 2021 MBA graduates with operations or logistics jobs: 31
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MIT Supply Chain Management Master's Programs
The MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics moves leading-edge research from MIT’s labs to the global marketplace through its educational programs. This site focuses on CTL's internationally-recognized Supply Chain Management master's programs , which attract a diverse group of talented and motivated students from across the globe.
Our master's students work directly with researchers and industry experts on complex and challenging problems in all aspects of supply chain management. MIT SCM students graduate as thought leaders ready to engage in an international, highly competitive marketplace, and propel their classroom and laboratory learning straight into industry. This is partly why MIT is continually ranked among the top logistics and supply chain management educational programs in the US and internationally.
MIT's SCM master's curriculum emphasizes analytical problem solving, leadership, and communication skills, and includes courses in Analytical Methods, Logistics Systems, Database Analysis/Information Systems/System Technologies, Finance, Economics, Accounting, Technical Communication/Writing, Leading Global Teams, and more. Master's students complete a graduate research project (capstone or thesis), working closely with partner companies in diverse industries to devise solutions to real-world business challenges.
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MIT Supply Chain Management Master's Program Celebrates Class of 2023 Graduation
Cambridge, MA - The MIT Supply Chain Management (SCM) Master's Program celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2023 on May 31st. These graduates have completed a rigorous program, gaining expertise in supply chain strategy, data analytics, risk management, and sustainability.
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Cambridge, MA - On May 18th, the SCM department at MIT hosted a memorable evening at SCM AdMIT 2023, a gathering that honored outstanding achievements and celebrated the vibrant SCM and CTL community. The event took place at the new MIT Museum and provided a unique opportunity for current and former students to connect and inspire the Class of 2024.
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Nov. 1, 2023
Spartans drive the global supply chain
Michigan state university’s top-ranked supply chain program takes on real-world challenges to make a difference worldwide.
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Ever walked around the grocery store and wondered how everything got there? Or, more likely, why an item wasn’t there?
From toilet paper to PlayStation, the height of the COVID-19 pandemic shined a spotlight on the impact of disruptions in receiving consumer goods and services. It’s something faculty and researchers at Michigan State University’s supply chain management program have known and studied for more than half a century.
“Supply chain isn’t really a chain; it isn’t linear. It is a web of connected processes and decisions,” says Jason Miller, interim chair of the Department of Supply Chain Management — home to the leading undergraduate and graduate programs in the nation — in the MSU Broad College of Business .
“Supply chain managers need to be creative systems thinkers to understand how one decision impacts the rest of the web.”
For an overview of what supply chain is and how it works, who better to explain it than Spartan faculty from the country’s top program.
MSU’s end-to-end approach
In the 1960s, MSU broke the mold of supply chain education by approaching the industry holistically. While other universities focused on one aspect at a time, MSU faculty recognized that procurement, operations and logistics — supply chain’s three pillars — are not independent processes.
“Our approach was different than what was being done at any other university,” says Miller.
“Some people think supply chain is just logistics or just transportation; that is not true. Supply chain management is an end-to-end process that involves collaboration across different functions and multiple stakeholders, including suppliers and customers as well as nontraditional players like government bodies,” says Li Cheng, assistant professor of supply chain management.
“It’s essentially an ecosystem.”
MSU’s holistic approach extends to the classroom by looking at supply chain management from end to end and integrating topics from manufacturing operations, purchasing, transportation and physical distribution into a unified program. Students learn how to improve supply chain operations, reduce costs within the supply chain, reduce failures and mitigate risks as well as promote sustainability and ethics.
To provide an even broader perspective, classes focus on different types of industries, including hospitality, where the goods are actually a service being delivered.
“We give students a rigorous curriculum that allows them to understand supply chain management in different ways — the functional areas and the skills they need to become effective decision-makers,” adds Cheng.
Today, MSU’s supply chain management curriculum is still at the cutting edge, consistently recognized by U.S. News & World Report with a No. 1 ranking for undergraduate and graduate programs.
“The classes are practical, not just theory, so we learn how to actively think and solve problems. Plus, the professors have real-world experience to share,” says Peter Estefan, a fourth-year student in supply chain management and president of the Supply Chain Management Association, one of the largest student organizations at MSU.
Faculty work to stay on top of business trends and the challenges presented by rapid advances in technology. The curriculum now includes data analytics and big data. Understanding these tools allows graduates of the program to help their employers forecast the future with what they know about the past.
The college also offers a class on business “soft skills,” which are as important to supply chain managers as processes and data. Supply chain managers maintain strong relationships with partners and work to understand problems from their perspective while using their insights to make decisions.
“Supply chain management is 50% science and 50% art,” says Miller.
Setting Spartans apart
Another hallmark of MSU’s supply chain management department is the strong connection to business, in Michigan and around the world.
For more than 40 years, industry leaders on the Supply Chain Management Council have supported the teaching, research and business involvement of MSU faculty and students. While the council format is used by multiple universities, MSU members are partners in top-ranked supply chain research, as well as educational and recruitment opportunities with students.
“The college does a really good job of keeping industry connected with the program,” says Adam Robbins, principal director of strategy supply chain and operations practice at Accenture and member of the MSU Supply Chain Management Council. “We have regular opportunities to connect with students and faculty.”
Council members frequently give presentations to the student-led Supply Chain Management Association and host student tours at their facilities. Members also participate in capstone project presentations, allowing students to gain experience and receive feedback from company leaders and potential future employers.
“Even my colleagues who did not go to MSU recognize there is something different about these students. Spartan students and graduates tend to be well advanced in the supply chain discipline given their academic background, extracurricular activities and internship experiences,” adds Robbins. “They have a lot of hustle and are ready to go. Their learning curve is less steep.”
More than 86% of MSU supply chain management bachelor’s degree recipients are employed full time after graduation, with another 7% pursuing advanced degrees.
“There are a lot of great schools, but you can’t make these connections anywhere else,” says Estefan. “The investment and involvement from the faculty and alumni really stands out. At MSU, you will learn and have fun, and the connections you make will set you apart.”
MSU supply chain management faculty are exceptional leaders in research impact and productivity. Since 2010, the college has been ranked No. 1 in the SCM Journal List for research output in empirically focused journals. In that work, researchers focus on real-world problems, such as corporate social responsibility and the role of the consumer, that have direct relevance to businesses and the community at large.
“We are seeing consumers become more concerned about where the product is coming from, a company’s labor practices and their environmental impact,” says Simone Peinkofer, associate professor of supply chain management.
“There are rising requirements for brands to consider sustainability and ethics in their operations,” adds Cheng, whose research focuses on the decision-making processes in supply chain management, recently with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.
Cheng, Peinkofer and other MSU supply chain management researchers share their findings with industry partners to gather real-time reactions. This creates a feedback loop for researchers to not only have a better understanding of how their research is interpreted by industry partners but also to find new areas to explore.
“Research shows retailers who are transparent in the practices actually signal to consumers a high product quality,” says Peinkofer. “Looking at changes in customer behavior generates insights companies can use to develop more effective and efficient supply chain strategies.”
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Global Supply Chain Management Graduates Provide Leadership to Stay Ahead of Industry Trends
At the heart of all goods and services are supply chains and the technologies that facilitate the efficient and speedy movement of those goods and services across the planet. The increasing technical complexity of supply chains calls for managers skilled in data-driven decision-making who can predict and stay ahead of industry trends. The interdisciplinary, STEM-designated global supply chain management (GSCM) master of science program at Saunders College of Business provides the analytical, quantitative, and leadership skills required to excel in this fast-paced environment.
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A leading business school nested in a technical university, Saunders incorporates advanced technology into its curriculum to prepare students to hit the ground running in the workforce. Notably, graduates experience a 100% job outcome rate! The program ranks #51 for Best Masters in Supply Chain Management Globally by QS Business Master's Rankings , 2023, and #31 for alumni outcomes .
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GSCM faculty are thought leaders, publishing their research in elite academic journals. Research highlights cover topics that have an impact, including how supply chains are at risk from climate change and how firms imitate market leaders in pursuing global strategies.
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Given its STEM-designation, international students can additionally qualify for a 24-month work extension to their Optional Practical Training (OPT) period, allowing for up to three years of work in the United States. Dedicated advisors are available to help with admissions requirements , including GMAT waivers, application process, and generous scholarships.
In addition to classes, student clubs provide students with professional and educational opportunities and the chance to develop lifelong connections with peers and faculty. The Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) is a student-run organization, one of more than 200 affiliated student chapters on college campuses throughout North America. Members get access to educational programs, networking opportunities, certification exams, scholarships, awards, and other resources. The advanced degree gives students the ability to complete relevant, hands-on career experience through cooperative education and internships . Typical job titles for program alumni include:
- Supply Chain Manager
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Check out what GSCM MS graduates have to say about the program and its rewards.
“The incredibly accessible faculty at Saunders has allowed me to develop a wealth of knowledge well beyond the scope of the classroom. My professors at Saunders work on fascinating research in their respective fields and have all been happy to talk to me about it. Each interaction with the Saunders faculty has broadened my understanding of my field and guided me toward becoming an insightful academic!” - Sparsh Sinha ’23 (global supply chain management) , University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR
"The experiences and opportunities have allowed me to experience things I would have never experienced in life otherwise. My time at RIT has been extremely beneficial in preparing me with analytical and critical thinking skills that I can apply in my career. Coupling this with having two real business leaders from the Rochester area as industry mentors has helped change my future to fit the vision of what I wanted it to be. My time at Saunders helped change my life for the better. I am so grateful for the opportunity to have been a part of this program." - T homas J. Higgins III ’22 (global supply chain management) , Harris Corporation, Rochester, NY
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Strome Supply Chain Management MBA Recognized for Affordability
The Strome College of Business' Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a supply chain management concentration has been named among the most affordable programs available, according to SupplyChainManagementEDU.org . The program received high marks for its relevancy and convenience among peer institutions, with the total cost of ODU's supply chain management MBA coming in at $590 below the state average for similar programs. "This MBA provides students with a career-focused, practical course of graduate study that explores the intricacies of business and the supply chain environment," reports SupplyChainManagementEDU.org. As part of the program students learn supply chain management and logistics, transportation management, strategic sourcing and supply management, and distribution center management. Potential careers for graduates include transportation and logistics managers, as well as storage and distribution managers, all with median salaries of more than $100,000 annually. "We are so proud of this program and we're thrilled to be recognized," said Erika Marsillac, interim assistant dean of graduate of graduate programs at the Strome College of Business and a professor of supply chain management. "Our students are not only getting an affordable education - they're getting a degree that will give them a competitive advantage."
ODU's MBA program is structured to provide students flexibility in both delivery mode and time to completion. The MBA program requires the completion of 43 credit hours with an array of flexible program completion schedules available to meet the needs of students and their program completion goals. The program may be completed as a full- or part-time student in as few as four consecutive semesters. Students have the option to complete their degree in-person on the main campus in Norfolk, synchronously online, asynchronously online or as a blend of all three. The program is accredited by AACSB - International.
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