In keeping with the vision of the Department of Supply Chain Management to be widely acknowledged by industry and academia as the leader in dissemination of procurement, manufacturing and logistics knowledge, the Supply Chain Management program integrates topics from manufacturing operations, purchasing, transportation, and physical distribution into a unified course of study. The program is designed with the realization that essential breakthroughs in business productivity and quality must be process based and such processes must transcend traditional business functionality and embrace the need for cross-organizational relationships. The program also acknowledges the critical challenges related to environmental impact by engendering an earth-to-earth supply chain focus.
The Supply Chain Management Department announced a special one credit course that was taught on three Friday mornings in March 2014 (March 14, 21, and 28). The course focused on contracting and contract management which could be very helpful for...
This past weekend, our team took 3rd place at the Operation Stimulus National Case Competition in Denver, Colorado. Associate Professor Bixby Cooper was the faculty advisor.
U.S. News & World Report just released their 2014 rankings for the top supply chain management/logistics schools in America, and for the third year in a row Michigan State University ranks #1 in the country amongst undergraduate supply chain...
The department is proud to announce that two undergraduate students recently received the prestigious Richter Scholarship from the American Association of Railroad Superintendents. Congratulations to Blake Malburg and Caleb Nyquist! Check out the...