The Department of Management is proud to offer one of the nation’s top undergraduate supply chain management programs, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Supply chain management is a growing field with plentiful internships and full-time job prospects. Click here to hear what several supply chain students say about their experiences.
Here are the specializations students can take in the Department of Management:
- supply chain management
- management (also a minor in management)
- international business (also a minor in international business)
At the graduate level, the department offers an executive degree program in organization development. With today’s ever-changing global economy, we prepare our students to develop vital change leadership skills.
The faculty in our department is recognized internationally. We have distinguished educators and endowed professors who share their research and expertise with students in the classroom. Faculty members help to mentor students. Dr. Amelia Carr, chair, explains how faculty serve as mentors in this webcast.
Our students also excel as exemplified by the success of the supply chain student organization competing at top levels nationally and by supply chain management students earning prestigious national scholarships.
The Management Department is home to the highly acclaimed Supply Chain Management Institute. This institute connects supply chain management professionals with students to discuss the important issues and best practices of the supply chain field.
With the international business programs, check out the Business education abroad opportunities!