DBusiness: Wayne State’s Graduate Supply Chain Program Ranked Among Top 25 in the Country

Wayne State University’s graduate global supply chain management program is among the nation’s top 25, according to Gartner, a leading industry research company that releases rankings every other year. Ranked No. 17, WSU is a new entrant alongside the University of Minnesota, the University of Southern California and the University of Washington. Offered through the Mike Ilitch School of Business, Wayne State’s global supply chain management program prepares students with in-depth knowledge about global challenges and the critical links in the value chain of goods. “I am thrilled for our program,” said John Taylor, department chair and associate professor. “We offer a comprehensive course offering (for) our students, and it’s great that the growth of our program and the relationships we have built within the industry are being acknowledged.” The Ilitch School also offers an executive master of science in automotive supply chain management in addition to the M.B.A. concentration in global supply chain management that has grown to roughly 200 students—the largest graduate concentration in the business school.

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