For the innovative builder of the future, The Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE) now offers executive programs of study.
EMIL prepares high potential logistics professionals for the responsibilities and challenges of designing and managing a global supply chain. Designed primarily for rising logistics professionals with 5 to 10 years experience, the program provides a unique mixture of engineering depth and management breadth required of today's logistics executive. Participants will not only learn how to deliver goods faster and more efficiently, they will also learn how to wield the global supply chain as a tool of corporate strategy. Coursework develops participants' skills in both strategic planning and in their ability to harness technology.
While the ideal applicant has a technical background including an undergraduate degree in engineering, science, or other technical discipline, the program is open to others as well. EMIL also offers more experienced logistics managers an opportunity to update and refocus their skills.
SCL was established in 1992 to coordinate all logistics-related activities on the Georgia Tech campus. Today, SCL is in partnership with the National Science Foundation and more than 20 corporations and government agencies known as SCL 's Leaders in Logistics. The Institute focuses on logistics research, education, and practice, with an emphasis on supply chain design, transportation planning, and e-commerce logistics.
SCL offers a comprehensive curriculum of more than 30 short courses and seminars, ranging from material handling to global logistics, which may be taken individually, or as part of a Georgia Tech continuing education certificate program.