Survey Ranks Smeal Supply Chain 1st Nationally
A new study came out last week ranking the Smeal College of Business’ Supply Chain Management department as first nationally among universities that offer the program.
The study surveyed 126 companies in an industry survey and asked 19 universities for data regarding their programs. The study then broke down the responses into three catagories: Industry Value, Depth of Program, and Scope of Program.
Penn State finished first in both Industry Value and Depth of Program, and was tied for second in Scope of Program, with scores of 14 out of 15, 19 out of 20, and 15 out of 20 (respectively) for a total score of 48 out of 55.
Michigan State finished second with a score of 45 out of 55, followed by Arizona State, Ohio State, and MIT.
To see how other Penn State programs rank in their respective fields, check out this PowerPoint created by the Office of University Relations.
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