Georgia Tech ranked number five in SCM World’s Top 15 Supply Chain Universities. The Georgia Tech programs included in this ranking are: B.S. Industrial Engineering, BSBA with concentration in Operations and Supply Chain Management, MBA with concentrations in Operations Management and Sustainability, M.S. Supply Chain Engineering, M.Sc Industrial Engineering, Ph.D. Industrial Engineering/Supply Chain Engineering track, Ph.D. Operations Management, and the Executive Master’s in International Logistics.
These programs are created to meet the growing demand for business-savvy engineers and technical managers who can design and synchronize multifaceted global supply chains.
The SCM rankings act as a recruiter’s guide to future supply chain management talent. SCM World annually compiles these standings by surveying hundreds of supply chain executives around the world to find out which universities they look to as “markers of talent”.
The tally of the data came down to how employers view the talent pools coming from graduates entering the workforce. According to SCM World, their main goal is to recognize which universities are “top of mind” for supply chain executives when they are recruiting future employees.
The SCM World community aims to empower supply chain professionals with the capability, commitment and confidence to drive greater positive impact on business performance and help solve three of the world’s fundamental challenges: health, hunger and environmental sustainability.