The University of Wisconsin-Platteville's Master's of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management program has a reputation of providing students with the skills to succeed in a constantly evolving market. Now, the highly-respected degree program is recognized as one of the most affordable in the nation by GreatBusinessSchools.org.
The ranking is based on several factors, including student satisfaction, job market reputation and affordability. In its ranking, Great Business Schools described UW-Platteville as a top online educator in the nation, adding: "Students can be confident that the Integrated Supply Chain Management master's degree will advance their career without a mountain of debt."
Program coordinator Bill Haskins agrees with the assessment. "Our M.S. in Integrated Supply Chain Management degree is the only one of its kind in the state, serving students for nearly ten years. The degree provides exceptional value and flexibility for all students, including working adults who must balance career, academic and other life obligations while addressing the multiple domains which are key to success in supply chain practice."
Supply chain management is one of the fastest-growing and most valuable areas of business, according to Forbes. Effective supply chains help companies stay lean and responsive because disruptions can cost millions of dollars.
The UW-Platteville M.S. in Integrated Supply Chain Management program heavily emphasizes practical learning directly transferable to a student's future career. The 100% online program is taught by experts in the field who boast years of industry experience and academic credentials. The program is specifically designed to teach students how to build and manage an ethical, profitable, and sustainable supply chain using state-of-the-art practices, tools and methodologies. The graduate program can be completed in as little as two years, with a cost of $23,595 to the average student.
UW-Platteville Online offers 10 undergraduate degrees, including Associate of Arts and Sciences; Associate of Science in Business Administration; Associate of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management; Bachelor of Science in Applied Computing; and Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice; plus Bachelor's of Business Administration in Finance, Human Resource Management, Integrated Marketing, Integrated Supply Chain Management, and Management. The 10 master's degree programs are Applied Biotechnology, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, Engineering, Healthcare Administration, Integrated Supply Chain Management, Organizational Change Leadership, Project Management, Sport Administration and Strategic Management.
To learn more about the University of Wisconsin-Platteville's online programs, visit Go.UWPlatt.Edu/Online.