Atlanta: Georgia Tech's Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) is now offering a one-year graduate program that will lead to an MS in supply chain engineering.
The program will equip young professionals with problem-solving skills necessary to tackle the complexities of global supply chains. The curriculum is built on a strong foundation in analytical methods, which are then rigorously applied in hands-on, learning-by-doing, supply chain courses, all leading to a respected graduate degree from the number-one ranked Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
This program was designed after listening to both industry and students about what it is they expect from a high-caliber graduate program. These insights have led to an educational model significantly different from traditional graduate engineering education.
The university offers smaller class sizes, intensive industry interactions and team-based projects that will help students develop and establish the knowledge and experience required by a supply chain professional of the 21st century.
For more information visitwww.sce.gatech.edu or contact Barbara Christopher at email@example.com.