East Lansing, Michigan- For the 7th straight year the Supply Chain Management program at Michigan State University’s Broad College took the top spot in the U.S. News and World Report Best College rankings for Supply Chain Management/Logistics education. The Department was also ranked in the top 10 for Productions/Operations Management, at the #8 spot.
“Michigan State University’s Department of Supply Chain Management’s strong foundation has enabled our success in developing outstanding students, creating visible and impactful research and partnering with external stakeholders in meaningful ways,” said Dr. Cheri Speier-Pero, Chairperson of the Department of Supply Chain Management. “This continued recognition of our supply chain management program is an impressive testament to the commitment, energy and enthusiasm of our faculty, staff, and the Supply Chain Management Council. Our efforts to continuously innovate have and will continue to extend this legacy.”
The Broad College ranked #14 among public business schools, continuing a trend of ranking among the top 15 such institutions. Among all business schools, the Broad College ranked #24.
The U.S. News and World Report develops their rankings for best undergraduate business programs in a specialty area by using a peer assessment survey which was conducted during Spring 2017. The business school rankings are based on survey results from deans and senior faculty members at the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) institutions.