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Program Overview

This program provides you with the opportunity to learn how the various elements of a high-performing supply chain operate—both independently and together. In other words, you’ll get an in-depth look at everything from acquiring raw materials to transporting finished products and the interdependencies between them. What’s more, since supply chain management is one of the most critical business disciplines in the manufacturing and services sectors, once you graduate from our program, you can expect to be highly marketable to any company. 

Supply Chain Management student interning at ArtiFlex Manufacturing

How to Know If This Major Is Right for You

This program is ideal for anyone who is:

  • An efficient multi-tasker
  • Broad-minded
  • Energetic
  • A planner
  • A natural leader 
ArtiFlex Manufacturing production floor

Learning Experiences

You can look forward to: 

  • Small classes in which you get individual attention from your professors
  • Faculty with deep industry connections who can give you real-time access to supply chains
Supply Chain Management student interning at ArtiFlex Manufacturing

Sample Curriculum

View the Academic Catalog for complete degree requirements.

Graduate Outcomes

Demand for supply chain majors is expected to grow by 13 percent over the next decade. So, it shouldn’t be a surprise that four out of five jobs in Northeast Ohio and three out of five jobs in the country fall somewhere within the supply chain.

Contact Information

Robert Stoll
Robert Stoll, Ph.D.
Chair, Management, International Business, Supply Chain Management, Entrepreneurship Departments, Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
206 Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics