The Management Department at BGSU is home to faculty who are consistently recognized for their innovative teaching through national and international awards. Our faculty bring cutting edge research into the classroom. Our Supply Chain Management Association is among the top ten chapters in the world and the Supply Chain Management Institute connects our students with professionals providing both academic and career opportunities.
We offer three undergraduate specializations:
At the graduate level, we offer the nationally recognized:
Business Faculty, Student Organizations, and Internships Jumpstarted Alum’s Successful Supply Chain Career
Jamie Hoke ’10 graduated with many valuable experiences from the College of Business (CoB), along with an impressive list of accolades honoring her dedication as a business student at BGSU. She credits the College for laying the foundation for a highly-successful supply chain career. Read More
BGSU supply chain student honored for fourth straight year
Out of more than 6,000 supply chain and operations management student members worldwide, a BGSU student has been the recipient of the prestigious APICS Student Voluntary Service Award since 2013. This is one of the most esteemed awards presented annually by APICS, a leading professional association for supply chain and operations management in the world.
Driven For Ford
Clayton Stewart ’12 readily admits to being a “car guy.” His first set of wheels was a red Ford Fusion, and he remembers it fondly. “Back then, I thought I was the coolest kid on the block,” said Stewart, a 2012 graduate of Bowling Green State University who now works for Ford Motor Company.
Faculty Honored for Excellence by Leadership Council
The College of Business Leadership Council created Faculty Excellence Awards to recognize outstanding faculty accomplishments in teaching, engaging with industry to provide experiential learning, and using technology to improve learning outcomes. The award winners are chosen by the Nominating and Governance Committee of the Leadership Council. Presenting the awards at a recent dinner was Mike McGranaghan, Vice Chair of the Leadership Council. Read More
Management Professor Journeys to India to Gather Research About Leadership and Relationships in Unique Harmonious Environment
In order to enhance their classroom teaching and publish scholarly articles, professors sometimes take a faculty improvement leave (FIL). Dr. Jane Wheeler, associate professor of management, is using part of her spring semester FIL to trek to Auroville, India, to immerse herself in a unique cultural experience. Read More
A drive for success
It wasn’t easy, it was not smooth sailing, and it wasn’t necessarily much fun, but Pam Heminger remembers a certain management class she took as a BGSU undergraduate student as clearly being life-changing.
Supply Chain Organization Continues To Earn Highest International Award for Excellence
Achieving Platinum status two years in a row is a daunting feat for collegiate supply chain chapters, however, this is the sixth consecutive Platinum award for the BGSU chapter, keeping it among the top ten chapters in the world. Read More
Diebold VP and Chief Supply Chain Officer Was Keynote at Spring SCMI Networking Event
Over 200 supply chain students, company representatives, and BGSU faculty and staff attended the 2016 Spring Supply Chain Management Institute (SCMI) Networking Event on February 8. The dinner was also a joint meeting with ISM (Institute for Supply Management) Northwest Ohio.