Many factors, including the global pandemic coupled with increased consumer spending, have sent the industry into a period of unpredictability. And the recent turbulence has exacerbated an existing problem: a supply chain talent shortage. New college graduates are having little trouble finding employment, and current professionals are using their growing leverage to pursue more appealing positions and higher salaries.
The supply chain field needs an influx of college-educated professionals with the technical knowledge and leadership skills to thrive in this evolving industry. That’s why we created SupplyChainGuide.org – to address this growing need by helping interested students research educational opportunities in the field.
This website is a one-stop-shop for information on supply chain management and logistics education. Our goal is to offer the most comprehensive guide to SCM degree programs on the Internet. Our directory has over 600 programs from around the country organized by state, degree level, delivery format, and academic specialty. If we help you quickly find the best available programs for your needs, we’ve done our job.
Who We Serve
We designed our content to appeal to anyone and everyone researching supply chain education options. This includes high school students exploring undergraduate offerings; undergrads researching graduate degrees; and industry professionals considering career advancement opportunities, from MBA programs to doctorates. But we also cater to visitors researching career opportunities in the supply chain industry. Browse our job pages to learn more about specific roles in the field.
Are you interested in learning more about where you can study supply chain management, how these academic programs work, and your career options after graduation? This website was made for you.
Meet the Team
SupplyChainGuide.org is a project of Degree Prospects, a higher education media company located in Washington, DC. Our team brings over a decade of academic research to the supply chain management field. We specialize in researching college and university offerings, creating insightful content on educational opportunities, and demystifying higher education. We take pride in offering comprehensive resources that allow students to make informed decisions about their education.
Eric Fetty has over 15 years of experience leading supply chain operations for popular companies and products. He served as director of production at L’Oréal, director of supply chain at Clorox, VP of operations at The Honest Co., and VP of operations at Caliva. In his latest venture, Vital Link Consulting, Eric takes the lessons learned managing supply chain operations for multi-billion dollar companies and applies best practices to smaller organizations. His writing examines supply chain careers and how to succeed in the industry.
Evan Wynn graduated from IUPUI’s Kelley School of Business with a BSB in Supply Chain Management. Getting his start as a supply chain associate and buyer/planner, he now serves as a warehouse manager for a 5G tower company. His professional experience includes setting up a 40,000 sq. ft. warehouse facility, managing day-to-day warehouse operations, and incorporating lean concepts for a multi-billion dollar cold storage company. Outside of his professional career, Evan has a passion for writing about the supply chain and logistics industry. He has contributed to various supply chain companies and publications covering warehousing, logistics, lean, and career options.
Michael Huff spent over a decade as a supply chain manager at Cox Communications, where he oversaw all supply chain functions in Virginia. His professional experience touches every corner of the supply chain industry, including inventory control, building management, regional management, logistics, sustainable supply chain operations, and more. Michael creates detailed supply chain guides, from technical training scripts to supplier evaluation reports for supply chain intelligence firms. He earned his MBA in Organizational Leadership from Regent University.
Mike Rarick is a professional writer who began his career in the logistics department of a billion-dollar distribution company. He spent his final year in supply chain as a data analyst for a shipping company. Mike earned his MBA in Business and Data Analytics from Louisiana State University in Shreveport, a logistics certificate from Georgia Tech, and APICS certification in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD). He also spent time in academia, working as an instructor at Michigan’s Baker College.
SupplyChainGuide.org is a proud member of the Association for Supply Chain Management and Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).
Get In Touch
The easiest way to contact us is via email – firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you find any relevant SCM degree programs missing from our directory, we need to update a listing, or you’re interested in contributing to the project.