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Learn about degree programs in transportation and distribution, including those offered by three leading state universities. Find out what three of the top schools have to offer in terms of degree options, and take a look at the follow-up table to see what other universities in the United States offer programs in transportation and distribution.
Transportation and distribution management are components of supply chain management and logistics. Students who pursue a formal study in this area learn the most efficient and effective ways to help companies transport goods and materials from one location to another. The three state universities highlighted below include two with past rankings from U.S. News & World Report. All three institutions offer relevant programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
|School of Highlight: Recruiters surveyed by Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Smeal College of Business at Penn State as the best undergraduate business program in the U.S for 2012.|
Pennsylvania State University in University Park includes the Smeal College of Business, which houses the Supply Chain and Information Systems Department. The department offers an undergraduate degree program in supply chain and information systems, as well as a Master of professional studies in supply chain management. In 2015, SCM world, a supply chain development company for top businesses, ranked Penn State University second in the country for its supply chain programs.
|School of Highlight: Michigan State University is home to one of the top-ranked supply chain management and logistics program in the country.|
In 2015, U.S. News & World Report ranked Michigan State University's supply chain management and logistics program number one in the nation. The Department of Supply Chain Management at the Eli Broad College of Business offers a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Supply Chain Management. It also offers a Master of Business Administration degree program with concentrations in logistics management, operations management or procurement and sourcing strategy. A Doctor of Philosophy in Logistics or in Operations and Sourcing Management is also available.
|School of Highlight: The supply chain management program is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business|
In 2015, U.S. News & World Report rated the undergraduate program in supply chain management at Arizona State University third in the country. The university is one of the largest in the United States, and its W.P. Carey Department of Supply Chain Management is nationally recognized. The department offers a Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management, a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in supply chain management and a Doctor of Philosophy in Supply Chain Management.
|Baylor University||The Baylor Business School offers a bachelor's degree in distribution management and technology||Waco, TX|
|East Carolina University||Offers a bachelor's degree in industrial distribution and logistics through the Department of Technology Systems||Greenville, NC|
|Ohio State University||Undergraduate logistics program ranked sixth and graduate program seventh by U.S. News & World Report in 2012||Columbus, OH|
|Purdue University||Nearly a 100% placement rate for graduates of the industrial distribution program||West Lafayette, IN|
|University of Maryland||In 2010, the International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management rated the supply chain management program as the second best in the country||College Park, MD|
|University of Michigan||The research firm Gartner Inc. ranked the master's supply chain management program the fourth best in the country in 2014||Ann Arbor, MI|
|University of Tennessee||Faculty is ranked as the best in the world for supply chain research||Knoxville, TN|