The Master of Supply Chain Analytics program goes beyond the strategy taught in current graduate and undergraduate programs and emphasizes the analytical skills necessary to mine and apply data to effectively solve problems and create more efficient supply chains. More ›
At Rutgers Business School, Lauren Kelly studied finance and combined it with a second major in math. She joined clubs, made connections, accepted advice and got a sense of the financial industry through a series of internships. After graduation, she will begin working full time at Morgan Stanley in Lower Manhattan, where she will be part of a team that specializes in engineering investment options for clients. The work, Kelly says, is "mathie and technical." In other words, perfect. More ›
Rutgers Business School and iFlytek, a China-based information technology company, have jointly established a Big Data Laboratory with an initial endowment of $1 million from iFlytek for a five-year period. The laboratory aims to support iFlytek’s technological development, application and popularization of the big data field, and further deepen industry-university cooperation. More ›
Rutgers Business School's master of accountancy in governmental accounting and master of science in supply chain management programs together ranked Rutgers Business School No. 12 among the nation's online graduate business programs, moving up 2 places according to the latest ranking by U.S. News & World Report. More ›
What’s the logic in setting up shop so close to a competitor if you're a retailer? Why not move a mile up or down the road and separate yourself from the pack? According to Sandy Becker, who teaches...