Supply Chain Schools: MI

As the transportation industry continues to grow, schools are evolving. With more dynamic content being taught each year, and courses being added, our team is examining programs across the country. Take a look at the variety of supply chain management programs in Michigan.

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Michigan State University

B.A. in Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management (SCM) integrates topics from manufacturing operations, purchasing, and more. The program integrates these critical components to enhance global competitiveness.

Grand Valley State University

B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management

The Bachelor of Business Administration in supply chain management covers all the activities that go into creating a product or service, ensuring those activities generate maximum value for customers at minimum cost to the company, its partners, and the environment.

Central Michigan University

B.A. in Logistics Management

You’ll learn about all aspects of production and distribution through this major, including transportation, inventory, warehousing, packaging and materials handling, logistics information, and customer service.

Oakland University

B.S. in Operations Management

Operations Management provides a strong managerial and technical education to students interested in the field including manufacturing planning and control, supply chain, service, project, process, and quality management.

Western Michigan University

B.B.A in Integrated Supply Management

With more required coursework than other top-ranked programs and professors committed to your success, WMU Haworth’s integrated supply management major offers a challenging curriculum, requires pre-graduation internships, and invests in career placement.

Ferris State University

B.B.A. in Operations and Supply Chain Management

The Operations and Supply Chain Management school in Michigan combines business, lean systems, project management, and technology disciplines. Students learn about how products and services are created, sold, and delivered to the customer within the manufacturing industry.

University of Michigan – Flint

B.B.A. in Operations and Supply Chain Management

The Operations & Supply Chain Management major is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in general management or specialize in operations/supply chain management. 

Schoolcraft College

A.A.S. in Supply Chain Management

The Supply Chain Management (SCM) program incorporates the involvement of all related activities from Operations, Logistics, Distribution, and Purchasing to effectively manage the organization’s process of design through the delivery of goods and services throughout the world.

Eastern Michigan University

B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management (SCM) integrates all activities from design, production, and delivery of products and services to sourcing of raw materials, labor, and other resources; market, transportation, and distribution decisions; and the importance of developing customer loyalty.

Henry Ford College 

A.B. in Supply Chain Management

Covers the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of all materials, resources, and information involved in the sourcing, processing, and distributing of products that add value to the wholesale or retail consumer.

Wayne County Community College

Global Supply Chain Management Certificate

The Global Supply Chain Management College Certificate program is a unique business management program that prepares graduates for employment in the areas of logistics management, inventory control, materials management, and distribution.

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