SCM World Ranking

SCM World Ranks TCU Neeley School 13 in the U.S. and 17 in the World for Supply Chain

Supply chain professionals on five continents were asked to name their top universities as a marker of supply chain talent. 

February 22,  2016

By Elaine Cole

SCM World’s annual rankings raises awareness of the tremendous breadth of supply chain talent currently in the pipeline. More than 2,300 professionals around the world were surveyed for the results.

Of the 2016 top 100 supply chain universities around the world as judged by the supply chain profession, the TCU Neeley School of Business ranks: 

13th in the U.S.
17th in the world 

12th in the world for industrial
18th for health care and pharma
20th for other 

Job Level
14th in the world for manager/head
20th for VP/director

8th in the world for purchasing/procurement
17th in the world for supply chain
18th other

TCU Neeley’s strength in supply chain is based on a cohesive program, outstanding faculty and important business connections.

“The TCU supply chain program offers an integrated, end-to-end perspective, as opposed to a collection of functional specialties,” Morgan Swink, the Eunice and James L. West  Chair in supply chain and director of the Supply and Value Chain Center at TCU, said. “We have one of the largest, most diverse faculty for a school our size, and we are very well connected with the business community through the Supply and Value Chain Center, student programs with major corporations, hiring events and our active advisory board.”

TCU Neeley offers four degrees in supply chain: a BBA undergraduate major in supply and value chain management, a full-time MBA concentration in supply chain, a specialization in supply chain in the Professional (part-time) MBA program, and a master of science in supply chain management.

For more information in supply chain degrees and the Supply and Value Chain Center at the TCU Neeley School of Business, visit

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