More than 70 major corporations attended the recent Rutgers Supply Chain Management Meet and Greet including Caterpillar, DuPont, Estee Lauder, and Johnson & Johnson.
Supply Chain Management students inspired at the 2011 APICS International Conference & Expo in Pittsburgh, PA. (Read more)
Why major in Supply Chain Management? Simply put, Supply Chain Management is the way business gets done. (Read more)
Rutgers Supply Chain Management ranked #3 in the Nation by Gartner Supply Chain Leaders! (Read more)

Department of Supply Chain Management & Marketing Sciences

Vision

To become a nationally top-rated multidisciplinary academic department characterized by its excellence and unique strength in world-class research, innovative teaching, and high quality service in supply chain management, marketing science, and their interfaces.

To lead in the generation of research in supply chain management and marketing science at the pace of progress and development in the industry.

 

Mission

  1. To disseminate knowledge in procurement and global sourcing, logistics optimization, marketing models and marketing research, distribution and pricing strategies, product and supply chain innovation, labor regulations and contract management, supply chain legal environments, project management, business process design and improvement, quality management, risk analysis and supply chain security, and supply chain technologies.
  2. To excel in classroom teaching of comprehensive and well-rounded programs, which offer high-quality multidisciplinary education that balance theory and practice in supply chain management and marketing sciences, so as to prepare a new generation of business graduates to meet future challenges and attain the highest placement rates upon their graduation.
  3. To contribute to the economy of the State of New Jersey through close collaboration with industry and government, with the goal of bridging the gap between academic and business practices, and creating new synergies across disciplines that promote economic development and drive leading-edge research and innovative teaching.