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ISM program among top 10 in the nation

The Gartner's ranking serves to solidify the strength of WMU's integrated supply management program, which was one of only three to be ranked in all three evaluation categories.

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30 Under 30

Meet Scott Mordecki, B.B.A.’13, an integrated supply management graduate who is now a business development manager at Schlotterbeck & Foss. Mordecki is included in the inaugural Haworth College of Business 30 Under 30 publication for doing extraordinary things in business in the short time since graduation.

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How to recruit and retain the best interns

Dr. Zac Williams, director of the Center for Integrated Supply Management and associate professor of marketing, shared his research findings on internship programs in an article in Inbound Logistics.

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Tasting success

As an integrated supply management major, Anthony Tam, B.B.A.'07, learned about planning, process improvement and sourcing, but he never thought he would one day be sourcing ingredients for his own business. 

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43 Credits, More Knowledge

Did you know? The WMU ISM program offers more supply-chain-specific coursework than other well-known programs. With 13 courses and 43 credits, you will be ready to work on day one.