The doctoral specialization in supply chain management (SCM) prepares students to successfully publish scholarly research in the fields of logistics, purchasing, transportation, and operations management. The purpose of the program is to place graduates into leading academic positions in the United States and abroad.
As a student in the SCM specialization, your career preparation will include:
- doctoral coursework in the major, a related minor, and research tools/methods
- joint research projects with SCM faculty
- doctoral dissertation research supervised by the SCM faculty and funded by the college
Doctoral students are also required to teach undergraduate courses in supply chain management.
For more information about the supply chain management specialization curriculum and research opportunities, contact Pat Daugherty, firstname.lastname@example.org.