RANKING: Michigan Ross Master of Supply Chain Management Program Ranked No. 2 in U.S.

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There’s more impressive rankings news for Michigan Ross this year: The Master of Supply Chain Management program was just ranked No. 2 in the nation by Gartner, Inc., up two spots from the previous year.

Gartner says Michigan Ross “advanced on the strength of its average starting salaries — $120,000+ for its MSCM grads as well as its MBA grads — and for doing everything well, at scale.”

The company also cited the strong reputation the Ross program has with industry leaders.

The Ross MSCM curriculum provides a holistic, action-based foundation for a rewarding career in supply chain management. Graduates are often recruited by some of the industry’s most desirable companies, including Amazon, Chewy, Google, Llamasoft, Target, and Wayfair.

The program has made a priority of keeping up with industry demands. It’s added a focus on technology and data analytics to the curriculum during the past few years, and it’s also providing students real-world supply chain work experience with partner companies during the capstone course, the Supply Chain Consulting Studio.

Learn more about the Ross MSCM program