Supply Chain Management Education at Stillman School of Business
Founded in 1856, Seton Hall University (SHU) is a major Catholic university. The University is the oldest diocesan university in the United States. With more than 30 four-year colleges and universities in New Jersey, including six that are Catholic, choosing the perfect school may seem tough. But Seton Hall makes it easy by offering something for everyone - a great selection of majors, state-of-the-art technology, the promise of a busy and fulfilling personal life and so much more.
Seton Hall’s campus is home to eight schools and colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Education and Human Services, the College of Nursing, the John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, the School of Health and Medical Sciences, the Stillman School of Business, and the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology.Seton Hall’s eighth school, the School of Law, is located in Newark, New Jersey.
The W. Paul Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University was established in 1950 to provide education geared toward the complex, practical needs of business leaders. The Stillman School has been recognized by Bloomberg Businessweek for its "Return on Investment" and by US News & World Report for its strong academic programs. The MBA program is included in The Princeton Review's Best Business Schools as well as in NJBiz Magazine's listing of New Jersey MBA programs.
- Undergraduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management (SCM): The Supply Chain Certificate program targets students who can contribute to various parts of the supply chain by means of specializations obtained during their higher education. The certificate provides a practical understanding of the principles of supply chain management and helps students develop an understanding of both analytic and technical methods which can be applied to optimize these systems.
- MBA in Supply Chain Management: Through this program, you'll become an expert in both the analytic and the technical methods you need to optimize supply chain systems. You'll learn about the process of transferring raw materials into finished goods, and the links between manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, retailers, and vendors.
- Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management: This certificate is designed to bridge the gap for individuals who do not wish to pursue an MBA, but who seek understanding and skills in the important areas of supply chain management.
- Supply Chain Management: Supply Chain Management is one of a series of undergraduate courses being offered as part of - Summer at Seton Hall - and is fully asynchronous and online. By taking the course, students will gain an in-depth understanding of strategic and operational issues relating to the management and the engineering of supply chains. The participants will also be able to design optimal control systems for manufacturing operations, materials management, inventory control, production planning and distribution.
SETON HALL Features
With more than 400 full-time faculty and many adjunct faculty, the average class size is just 20 students, and the student-faculty ratio is 14-to-1. In addition to a highly dedicated and accessible faculty, the University offers comprehensive academic advising and career development programs, as well as a diversity of special services designed to assist students in their academic, personal, professional and spiritual development.
- Campus: Seton Hall’s 58-acre park-like campus in South Orange which is in the midst of one of the world’s most cosmopolitan centers of education, business, publishing, art and entertainment. The University’s campus is just 14 miles from New York City.
- Accreditation: Seton Hall University is fully accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and the Stillman School of Business is accredited by AASCB International.
- Lead Workshops and Training Opportunities: The LEAD Workshops are a series of leadership development workshops to help students increase basic leadership skills, become more successful in their roles in student clubs, organizations and involvement on campus.
- Career Center: The center facilitates the self-exploration process and provides meaningful experiential education and career opportunities and help students to identify their unique talents and gifts. The work includes the involvement of alumni, employers and faculty who assist in preparing students to put their gifts to good use.
- Center for Entrepreneurial Studies: The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies was created in 2003 to raise student awareness of self-employment as a career option. The center fosters the collaboration of faculty, students, alumni and entrepreneurs in a variety of activities and projects to advance hands-on entrepreneurial learning in the Stillman School of Business.
- Institute for International Business: The Institute for International Business, established in 1964, serves as the center of international business expertise for students, faculty and the business community. It fosters the collaboration of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, to engage in a wide variety of activities and projects to advance the internationalization of the Stillman School.
- Education Abroad: Seton Hall faculty members run a number of study abroad programs every year. They are primarily short-term programs run mainly in the summer. These study abroad opportunities are offered in many countries, including Spain, France, Italy, Ireland, England, Russia, Mexico, Japan, China and Korea.
- Housing: Residency on campus is voluntary and there is no requirement for freshmen or other students to live on campus. The university holds beds for the first 850 new students who apply for housing.
LAST UPDATED ON Nov 06, 2017