The Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management offers two undergraduate courses of study. A Bachelor’s in Marketing and a Bachelor’s in Supply Chain Management.
The Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management offers a perspective on supply chain management from the world’s three largest economies. Graduates leave with a global perspective, a global network and the skills necessary to excel in managing global supply chains.
The Haslam College of Business’ supply chain Ph.D. is a five-year program designed to cultivate top scholars in the field. The program cuts across all facets of supply chain management including logistics, procurement and operations.
Established in 2012 to connect business with UT’s globally-ranked research and educational programs, the GSCI fosters reliable and efficient supply chains. It does so through the Supply Chain Forum, an advisory board, white papers and executive education.
The Department of Marketing & Supply Chain is built around the symbiotic relationship between two disciplines. Chad Autry, department head, explains how both are integrated in the Haslam curriculum.
The Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management is driven by innovation. We develop new curricula and programs, as well as encourage ground-breaking research that is theoretically rich and data-driven.
The Haslam Bachelor’s in Marketing hones student’s skills in marketing analytics, brand management, product development, marketing communication, salesforce management and professional selling. Students learn a holistic approach to marketing and graduates are prepared to engage in the workforce.
Companies can create competitive advantages by collaborating both internally between departments and externally with non-competing businesses.