Top 10: Supply chain & logistics colleges in the US

Among the top supply chain & logistics colleges in the US are MIT, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, Berkeley, and universities of Pennsylvania, Michigan & Texas

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 

Leader: Yossi Sheffi, Director, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics

Course: Supply Chain Management 

This program is consistently ranked as one of the top programs in the world. The MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics moves leading-edge research from MIT’s labs to the global marketplace through its educational programs. 

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Stanford University

Course: Supply Chain Management 

Leader: Jon Levin, Dean, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Known for its focus on technology and innovation in the supply chain industry.

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University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 

Course: Supply Chain and Operations

Leader: Erika James, Dean,The Wharton School

A highly respected course that focuses on the strategic aspects of supply chain management.

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University of Michigan

Course: Global Supply Chain Management  

Leader: Ravi Anupindi, Faculty Director, Value Chain Innovation

The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business offers a program that is well-regarded for its focus on sustainability and social responsibility.

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Georgia Institute of Technology

Course: Supply Chain and Logistics

Leader: Maryam Alavi, Dean and Professor, Scheller College of Business

Georgia Tech's program is known for its emphasis on technology and data analytics in the supply chain sector.

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Carnegie Mellon University

Course: Supply Chain Management 

Leader: Inki Sul, Visiting Assistant Professor of Operations Management, 

A program of learning that focuses on technology and analytics. It explores how firms can make better strategic and tactical choices. 

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University of California, Berkeley

Course: Supply Chain Management

Leader: Ann Harrison, Dean

Berkeley's Haas School of Business’ program centres on sustainability and social responsibility in the supply chain industry.

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University of Texas, Austin

Course: Supply Chain Management 

Leader: Jay Hartzell, President

The McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas is well-regarded for its focus on technology and analytics in the supply chain industry.

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Purdue University

Course: Supply Chain Management 

Leader: David Hummels, Dean, Krannert School of Management

Purdue's Krannert School of Management runs a course known for its focus on technology and data analytics in supply chain.

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University of Arkansas

Course: Supply Chain Management 

Leader: Matt Waller, Dean, Sam M Walton College of Business

The Sam M Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas offers students learning based around  technology and analytics in supply chain.

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