Supply Chain is about getting the right product to the right place at the right time and at the right price. Supply chain professionals have an increasing role in a corporation’s strategic decision making. They need both analytical skills and leadership skills, able to appreciate the big picture, and able to communicate effectively both vertically within the organization and horizontally across supply chain participants.
Our undergraduate program is ranked number 19 in the nation for producing highly capable leaders in the popular field of supply chain management.
Students who study supply chain at TCU have the extra benefit of the Supply and Value Chain Center (SVCC) located in Dan Rogers Hall, 271. The SVCC provides outstanding network and learning opportunities above and beyond the classroom, including executive forums, professional roundtables, study abroad opportunities, undergraduate supply chain student executive program and the annual Global Supply Chain Conference.
As the need for advanced knowledge in global supply chain management increases, Full-time MBA students have the opportunity to pursue a Concentration in Supply and Value Chain Management.
The Professional MBA program includes Specializations in three areas, Finance, Marketing and Supply and Value Chain Management.
Neeley's Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is a combined evening and on-line program designed to help professionals earn a first-class specialized graduate degree in supply chain management without leaving their careers. While the idea of adding graduate school to a demanding job and family commitments can be daunting, our accessible faculty and close-knit student teams make it work for hundreds of busy people just like you.
We offer a Professional Certificate in Supply and Value Chain Management for professionals who are interested in becoming more knowledgeable in supply and value chain management. Taught by Neeley School of Business supply and value chain professors, each module consists of four (4) class sessions in a Friday afternoon / eight (8) hour Saturday combination.