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Smeal Supply Chain Program Ranked #1, Again

Gartner’s, a technology research firm, recently released a report ranking the Supply Chain Management program in Penn State’s Smeal College of Business as the #1 place in the country to train for Bentonville a career in supply chain management as either an undergraduate or a graduate student.

The last time Gartner’s produced these rankings, which were calculated according to survey results from academics and¬†practitioners, was in 2009 — Penn State was ranked #1 then too, though the results weren’t broken out into undergraduate and graduate programs that time.

Pretty cool to see a relatively new program hold such national prominence… let’s hope they keep it up!

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