Weiwei Chen, associate professor, Department of Supply Chain Management

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management ranked No. 6 in the nation

Rutgers Business School’s online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is ranked No. 6 in the nation for Online Supply Chain Management/Logistics Programs, according to the latest ranking by U.S. News & World Report.

The 30-credit program is tailored for working professionals whose growing responsibilities require them to have more knowledge of supply chain. Many students find that lessons in demand planning and global procurement, among others, are immediately applicable to their work.

In its overview of the program, U.S. News & World Report wrote: “The online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management offers the same high caliber and quality of a nationally ranked, solution oriented and leading edge face-to-face supply chain management program in a highly interactive and leading edge format to students across the globe.”

Professor Rudi Leuschner, director of the Rutgers online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management, said the ranking was a testament to "our students, dedicated faculty and hard-working staff."

"We are pleased that our rankings are improving. Now with more than 100 alumni, the program enters its fifth year, and we can happily report that our students are seeing the return on their investment in terms of both time and finances," Leuschner said. 

Rutgers Business School received an overall ranking of No. 17 for its online graduate business programs. Contributing to that score was Rutgers Business School’s unique Master of Accountancy in Governmental Accounting program, which was ranked No.9.

The online graduate business programs at Rutgers Business School are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the gold standard of business school accreditation.

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