Supply chain is one of the most vital, innovative, fastest-growing fields in business, and TCU Neeley is among the best in the world at delivering supply chain talent.
When you want to know which school is doing the best job in your field, ask the experts.
SCM World, a cross-industry community of the world’s most influential supply chain practitioners, asked members that question for the Future of Supply Chain survey.
The experts said TCU Neeley is the best school in Texas and 18th in the world at delivering high-caliber supply chain talent.
The TCU Neeley School of Business offers four supply chain degrees: an undergraduate major and three graduate degrees – Master of Science, MBA concentration and MBA specialization.
The key takeaway from the survey, according to SCM World’s Kevin O’Mara, is that university-level supply chain education is inextricably linked to work in the real world of business.
Top Supply Chain Universities
- Michigan State University
- Western Michigan University
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Penn State University
- Arizona State University
- Western Washington University
- University of Tennessee
- University of Michigan
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- University of Wisconsin – Madison
- Cranfield School of Management (England)
- Harvard Business School
- Vlerick Business School (Belgium)
- Rutgers Business School
- Marquette University
- INSEAD (France)
- Zaragoza Logistics Center (Spain)
- Texas Christian University
- Texas A&M University
- Stanford University
- Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
- The Ohio State University
- Purdue University
- Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands)
- North Carolina State University
Source: SCM World Future of Supply Chain survey 2016
For more information on supply chain at TCU Neeley, visit http://neeley.tcu.edu/Centers/Supply_and_Value_Chain_Center/Degree_Programs.aspx.