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Full-Time MBA Concentration in Supply Chain Management

From start to finish and everything in between, supply chain management is how business gets done.
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100 percent of Rutgers MBA supply chain students were employed within three months of graduating

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100 percent internship placement rate.

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Ranked No. 11 nationally by U.S. News & World Report

At Rutgers Business School, we know supply chain management. So if you're looking to lead in logistics and operations as a supply chain manager, we've got you covered.

Inspiring the next generation of supply chain management leaders

Supply chain management is the coordination and integration of goods and services, information and financial flows within and among organizations, in response to or in anticipation of customer demand. An effective supply chain provides the right product or service, in the right quality and cost, in the right amount, in the right place, at the right time—adding value at every stage, from sourcing to consumer.

Curriculum

Our comprehensive and relevant curriculum is designed by faculty with the input of business executives who support and advise the Center for Supply Chain Management. Our students learn from faculty who bring decades of work experience in supply chain management, logistics and procurement to the classroom, enriching lessons with real-world insights. You will also have opportunities to earn course credit while working on projects sponsored by companies associated with the center.

Sample Classes
  • Demand Management for Value Chains
  • Global Procurement and Supply Management
  • Global Supply Chain Law
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Supply Chain Management Industry Project
  • Supply Chain Management Strategies
  • Supply Chain Risk and Disruption Management

Career Inroads

Rutgers supply chain students and alumni are among the brightest in the industry – our MBA internship placement rate is 100 percent,* and our alumni have been repeatedly named among the top in their fields.

Nearly a third of our students go on to careers in supply chain and operations after graduation, landing jobs as procurement, logistics or planning managers and operational analysts at companies like Este Lauder, Novartis, Colgate Palmolive, Panasonic, Dell, Deloitte Consulting, Mastercard and Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Supply chain areas
Procurement and global sourcing
Logistics optimization
Distribution and pricing strategy
Product and supply chain innovation
Labor regulations
Contract management
Supply chain legal environments
Project management
Business process design and improvement
Quality management
Risk analysis
Supply chain security
Supply chain technology

We are consistently ranked among the best business schools for supply chain management, operations and logistics. By joining the MBA in Supply Chain Management, you become part of a nationally recognized program that exists to help you succeed.

You already have curiosity, discipline and determination. Paired with our faculty expertise and industry connections, you have no other choice but to succeed.

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Faculty Spotlight

Rosa Oppenheim

Professor and Department Vice Chair

Dr. Oppenheim is a Professor of Supply Chain Management and Vice Chair of the Department of Supply Chain Management. She was previously Executive Vice Dean and Acting Dean at Rutgers Business School, and Interim Chair of the Department of Supply Chain Management. Her major research interests are in statistical process...

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Selecting Rutgers Business School was the right choice for me. I have benefited from the strength of its Supply Chain Management program, its highly accomplished professors and its large alumni network.
—  Robert Gutierrez MBA Class of 2018