U.S. News & World Report ranks Rutgers Supply Chain Management MBA No. 11

U.S. News & World Report released its 2021 Best Business Schools rankings and Rutgers Business School continues its prominence.  In the Best Supply Chain Management MBA Programs, RBS ranked No. 11 in the nation, No. 6 in the esteemed Big Ten Academic Alliance. 

The RBS supply chain management department was one of the first in the country, founded in 2008 by then professor and now dean of Rutgers Business School, Lei Lei, Ph.D.

Taught by award-winning faculty and seasoned executives, RBS blends academic excellence with real world experience to provide a comprehensive education and to prepare future leaders in supply chain management.

Every year RBS students demonstrate the strengths of the programs by winning and placing in national supply chain case competitions at the undergraduate and graduate levels. 

For Best Online Master's in Business Programs Offering Supply Chain Management/Logistics, U.S. News & World Report ranked RBS No. 6 in the nation and No. 3 in the Big Ten

Rudi Leuschner, associate professor in the department of Supply Chain Management and the program director for the online Masters in Supply Chain Management said, “Rutgers Business School's online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program was designed for busy working professionals looking to advance their careers.  You will get top quality instruction at a very convenient pace and a very convenient delivery method.”

Gillian Gleizer completed the MS in SCM in 2019, said that the program provided her with a lot of theoretical and real-life practical knowledge. “The program gives you a broader picture of supply chain,” she said. “It helps you understand the implications of your actions in a much broader way.”

For the U.S. News & World Report best Business Schools rankings, all 477 MBA programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International were surveyed in fall 2019 and early 2020. U.S. News & World Report calculated the rankings on a weighted average of quality assessment, placement success, student selectivity and overall rank.

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