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Broad Matters Season 4 Episode 6 - A Look Inside MSU’s #1 Supply Chain Programs

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
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MSU and the Broad College are well-known for supply chain management, boasting a reputation as the nation’s best. They have dominated the No. 1 title for undergraduate programs for 10 consecutive years and just hit five consecutive years for graduate programs this month. Broad Matters dives into the program’s journey to becoming a programmatic and research frontrunner in part one of a three-part miniseries around our supply chain management program.

Find out more about the program’s recent No. 1 rankings from U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Business Schools ranking at “Five years at the top: MSU has the No.1 graduate supply chain programs.”

Special thanks to Steven MelnykJudy Whipple, and Vedat Verter for providing their supply chain management expertise within this episode. MSU Supply Chain Management Mini-Series Part 1 of 3.

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