The Department of Supply Chain Management offers one of the most comprehensive, forward-thinking and highly regarded supply chain programs in the world.
The Supply Chain Master’s offers three program options: The MS in Supply Chain Management Tri-Continent, the MS in Supply Chain Management Online and the MBA Concentration in Supply Chain.
Established in 2012 to connect business with UT’s globally-ranked research and educational programs, the GSCI fosters reliable and efficient supply chains. It does so through the Supply Chain Forum, an advisory board, white papers and executive education.
Ted Stank, Bruce Chair of Excellence, explains the basics of what Supply Chain Management is.
Supply chain management’s unique honors program identifies students of promise to connect with professional organizations early in their academic careers.
Supply chain students can gain industry exposure through the Haslam’s chapter of the Council of Supply Chain Management professionals or NeXxus, a networking group for female supply chain professionals among others.
More than 40 supply chain executives meet twice a year to advise the departments research and teaching direction.
For Supply Chain Management (SCM) majors in the Haslam College of Business, participation in an internship or co-op before graduation is required.
A new white paper from UT offers supply chain managers a blueprint for strengthening their supply chains.