Operations and Supply Chain Management Programs at ISU Terre Haute Campus in Indiana
Established in 1865 and located at 485 acre Terre Haute campus in Indiana, Indiana State University (ISU) is a public research university with over 13,000 students in its enrollment. ISU offers over 150 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs and the Princeton Review has named Indiana State as one of the best in the Midwest for over a decade.
ISU is noted for its focus on public service, has been a member of the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Indiana State University students often work in jobs on the University campus and in the Terre Haute community. With over 1000 undergraduate students and 10 programs, Scott College of Business is one of the top business programs, according to the Princeton Review and US News & World Report.
Accredited by the premier AACSB International, Scott College of Business MBA is listed as one of nation’s best for sixth straight year by Princeton Review. The Scott College of Business has many student organizations and these organizations provide a rich set of experiences and friends that enhance the classroom education. Apart from other clubs and organizations, The Association for Operations Management (APICS) chapter is also available to the interested students to advance their skills and career.
- BS in Operations and Supply Chain Management: Students who major in OSCM learn how all of the areas of business contribute to managing a company’s supply chain. They use the computer to analyze information and develop models that support decision making. They study operating systems and may choose to explore forecasting systems, process simulation, risk and decision analysis, and quality management. Some choose to diversify by adding a course in marketing research, management information systems, or technology.
- Courses are taught in seminar formats by faculty who have earned doctoral degrees and/or have extensive industry experience, thus providing students with a quality education and the opportunity to develop close professional relationships with their professors.
- One or more internships offer hands-on learning in real work situations. Opportunities for leadership are available through membership in the student chapter of APICS - The Association for Operations Management.
LAST UPDATED ON Nov 17, 2017