Wondering what to expect from the 2023 holiday shopping season? So are retailers as they face their own challenges with transportation capacity and the impacts of inflation on U.S. households. Stores are preparing for the entire shopping season, which begins well before Black Friday this year. Haworth College of Business professors weigh in with their insights.
Supply Chain Management Program
Set your standards high with a WMU supply chain management degree. Earn the bachelor's or graduate certificate in supply chain management, which will give you the skills, knowledge and industry experience you need to advance your career. The top-ranked supply chain management program is respected by employers, guaranteeing you phenomenal opportunities.
Learning that delivers your future
When you choose a degree from WMU to pursue a career in supply chain management, you've made the right decision. Choose the program that's right for you: a Bachelor of Business Administration to learn what you need to enter this important field or our graduate certificate to augment your professional position.
Enhance your experience with focused resources
Whether you need career advice, personal and professional development, or would like to connect with other supply chain management students, our program gives you a wide breadth of resources so you can take full advantage of your WMU education.
Sime Curkovic Quote
Experiential opportunities in supply chain management are an essential part of our program. We know that real-world experiences prepare students to be well-rounded, skilled professionals who can hit the ground running in their chosen careers.
Dr. Sime Curkovic, professor of supply chain management
Learn with professionals at the Center for Supply Chain Management
Connecting with our Center for Supply Chain Management offers you unique opportunities to participate in certification workshops and explore your field side-by-side with professionals. Workshops for students include
- Lean Six Sigma
- Agile trianing
Find your competitive edge at WMU
A Western Michigan University integrated supply management student is among six students from across the country to receive a coveted nationwide business scholarship awarded by the Richter Foundation and the Institute for Supply Management's Richter Scholarship Fund. Madison Dober of Lake Orion, Michigan, received a $10,000 award from the foundation and will have the opportunity to be mentored by established executives and former Richter Scholars.