UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS (KU) AT LAWRENCE, KANSAS
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT & LOGISTICS EDUCATION AT KU SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The University of Kansas is a major public research and teaching institution that operates through a diverse, multicampus system. KU's many parts are bound together by a mission to serve as a center for learning, research, scholarship and creative endeavor in the state of Kansas, the nation and the world.
At KU you can find your passion, in the arts or the sciences or anything in between. KU has about 200 fields of study taught by expert teachers and researchers, and nearly 50 are nationally ranked, many in the top 10. A KU degree comes with cachet.
The KU School of Business go to great lengths to provide students with exciting educational experiences. These experiences captivate the students' imaginations and energize curriculum. It's an approach that merges hands-on experience with education. The School of believes it’s critical for students to not only gain a broad-based business education, but to supplement that education with specialization in a specific area. This powerful combination allows the students to excel in any business environment.
BS in Business with Supply Chain Management Concentration: For students interested in a global career, SCM roles often offer a quicker path to international travel on the job than most other careers. Additionally, SCM often enables a very efficient path to key executive level opportunities for individuals interested in a career advancement and progression.
MS in Business with with a Supply Chain Management and Logistics concentration: The KU School of Business, in conjunction with the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) at Fort Leavenworth, is pleased to offer officers the opportunity to expand their future potential with a new specialized degree in Supply Chain Management. The Master of Science in Business with a Supply Chain Management and Logistics concentration is aimed specifically toward Army Majors and Major-eligible Captains. The degree will complement the quality military supply chain education officers enjoy while enabling a broader, civilian economy focus for those who plan to pursue logistics careers after military service.