Ways to Engage
Our partner organizations engage with us in a number of ways, and in each they benefit from not only our knowledge, but the network of companies that come together and discuss the best practices and biggest challenges facing supply chain management. Here are just a few ways that businesses can take part in that network.
Join the Supply Chain Forum
With priority access to UT's top-ranked supply chain management (SCM) faculty and the largest assembly of corporate partners of any university-based SCM program, the Global Supply Chain Institute's Supply Chain Forum members have a unique opportunity to learn, network, and recruit. We offer two corporate membership options - Basic and Premium.
Recruit our Students
The Haslam College of Business prepares students with a broad, cross-disciplinary approach to supply chain management. As a result, our graduates are pursued by the most prominent businesses in the industry, averaging more than 130 companies per year. We graduate hundreds of students per year, and they are ready to contribute immediately to your organization.
Earn a Graduate Degree
Educating students is at the core of our mission as a university, and nothing is more important to us. The Haslam College of Business’ graduate supply chain programs have been consistently ranked among the nation’s top ten programs by U.S. News and World Report and Gartner. These programs are relevant and applied, and they are designed to meet your needs wherever you are on your career journey.
- Executive MBA - Global Supply Chain
- MS in Supply Chain Management - Online
- MS in Supply Chain Managment - Tri-continent
- Full-time MBA with a concentration in Supply Chain Management
Take Executive Education Courses
GSCI partners with companies to develop their talent through both degree and non-degree executive education. We work directly with our corporate partners to build their employees’ capabilities by designing custom executive education programs for individual companies, operating open enrollment courses on critical topics, and working with companies to integrate executive degree programs into partner’s talent development strategies.
Collaborate with Top-Ranked Faculty and Industry Partners
Our faculty in the Department of Supply Chain Management are regularly ranked among the top faculty globally for academic research productivity. From our steady stream of industry-focused white papers to GSCI’s new collaborative think tank, the Advanced Supply Chain Collaborative, we deliver innovation that can drive your strategy and impact your bottom line.
If you’re ready to speak to one of our professionals directly about engaging with us, just let us know.