The Georgia Tech Supply Chain Fundamentals Program aims to tackle the disparity in supply-chain workforce readiness by providing foundational information for each supply-chain domain. It offers the specific skills necessary for a career in supply chain and logistics and prepares students to be successful in a wide range of entry-level and supervisory roles.
The program also can be customized to serve as a key component of company-specific employee training programs.
The Georgia Tech Supply Chain Fundamentals Program is part of the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) at Georgia Tech. SCL is a unit of the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech – the largest industrial engineering program in the U.S.
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