Supply Chain Management

Undergraduate Programs

The Department of Supply Chain Management offers one of the most comprehensive, forward-thinking and highly regarded supply chain programs in the world.

Masters Program

The Supply Chain Master’s offers three program options: The MS in Supply Chain Management Tri-Continent, the MS in Supply Chain Management Online and the MBA Concentration in Supply Chain.

Doctoral Program

The Haslam College of Business’ supply chain Ph.D. is a five-year program designed to cultivate top scholars in the field.

Global Supply Chain Institute

 

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.

 

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What is Supply Chain Management?

Ted Stank, Bruce Chair of Excellence, explains the basics of what Supply Chain Management is.


Featured Faculty

Diane Mollenkopf

Dr. Diane A. Mollenkopf is the McCormick Associate Professor of Logistics in the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management, Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. ...


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Student Faculty & AlumniSpotlights

Grant Williams basketball photograph.Grant Williams

Williams was not only a leader on the basketball court, but also throughout his time as a Haslam College of Business student.

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Josiah OgierJosiah Ogier

“My team received the ‘People’s Choice Award,’ which was chosen by the crowd as to who they thought had the best idea and best presentation.”

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Colby DorcelyColby Dorcely

“My motto is that life on earth is ephemeral – it is crucial that I live it for something durable, eternal – something bigger than my short existence on this earth.”

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