BGSU ranks among North America's top 25 Supply Chain Management programs
BGSU Supply Chain Management program ranked in North America's top 25 Supply Chain Management programs and second among Ohio's universities
The Bowling Green State University College of Business Supply Chain Management program has been ranked among North America's top 25 supply chain management programs by Gartner, a leading IT and supply chain management research and advisory company.
The Gartner 2018 Supply Chain University Top 25 ranked BGSU's Supply Chain Management program No. 21, making it the second-highest ranking supply chain management program in Ohio. This is the BGSU program’s first appearance on the list.
BGSU's Supply Chain Management program features an integrated approach to the movement of goods from the supplier to the final customer. BGSU supply chain graduates work in a variety of industries, including technology, manufacturing, retail, logistics, healthcare and consulting.
“Gartner’s recognition of our Supply Chain Management program provides a ‘gold seal’ of sorts, validating our comprehensive end-to-end curriculum, and the meaningful engagement of our students and faculty with industry,” said Dr. David Dobrzykowski, associate professor of supply chain management and director of BGSU’s Supply Chain Management Institute. “Our Gartner ranking validates that BGSU Supply Chain Management students leave here with one of the best educations in North America.”
The Gartner Supply Chain University Top 25 is a biennial program that assesses and ranks undergraduate and advanced supply chain degree programs in North America.