Supply Chain Management Degree Programs in Wisconsin

There are ten schools in Wisconsin offering supply chain management degree programs. Read about degree options, program requirements and tuition info at nine of these schools to make an informed education decision.

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Essential Information

Supply chain management programs are designed to prepare students to pursue academic transfer, advanced degrees and professional advancement in supply chain management occupations. Through one of four 2-year technical colleges or one of five members of the University of Wisconsin system, students can pursue associate, bachelor's and graduate degree programs in supply chain management. This field may be found in a business degree program as a specialization or is listed among core courses. In the state of Wisconsin, the following nine public schools are among the ten that offer training in supply chain management and logistics.


Fox Valley Technical College

Located in Appleton, Fox Valley Technical College opened in 1912 as part of the first public vocational system in the U.S. The school serves all or part of nine area counties. Students can pursue an Associate of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management. This 60-credit program covers business basics, transportation, and inventory control, and includes an internship.

Lakeshore Technical College

A public technical college in the town of Cleveland, Lakeshore Technical College offers an Associate in Applied Science in Supply Chain Management through a program that covers inventory, quality control, logistics and distribution. Program coursework includes topics such as purchasing, global supply chain, personal branding, logistics, project management, sustainability and lean manufacturing.

Milwaukee Area Technical College

The Milwaukee campus of the Wisconsin Technical College system was opened in 1912. Students can pursue an Associate in Applied Science in Supply Chain Management through a program that includes courses in logistics, transportation, freight claims, negotiation, purchasing, production planning, inventory control and quality management.

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

Located in Green Bay, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College was ranked in the top 1% of 2-year colleges by the U.S. Department of Education. Students can pursue an Associate of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management, with courses covering global marketing, lean operations, logistics, purchasing, transportation management, information technology, enterprise resources and negotiation.

University of Wisconsin - Madison

The main campus of the University of Wisconsin system is located in the city of Madison. Through the School of Business, students can pursue a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a specialization in supply chain management. Undergraduate coursework covers logistics management, procurement, marketing channels, enterprise systems and production planning, along with electives courses on topics such as marketing and operations research, as well as retail management. The Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management also offers graduate courses forming the supply chain management specialization for the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. Graduate coursework includes data decisions, quality and productivity, marketing management, business strategy and operations research.

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

With a history dating back to 1885, the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee is home to the Lubar School of Business. Undergraduate programs include a BBA in Supply Chain and Operations Management, with courses covering transportation management, analytics, purchasing, business to business marketing, process integration and enterprise planning. Graduate students can pursue an MBA with a supply chain and operations management concentration or a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Management Science with a concentration in supply chain and operations management.

University of Wisconsin - Stout

In the small Western Wisconsin town of Menomonie, the University of Wisconsin - Stout began as a training school in 1891, joining the university system in 1971. Undergraduate students can pursue a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in supply chain management with program coursework covering resource planning, quality management, logistics and sourcing. Graduate students can pursue a Master of Science in Operations and Supply Management. Graduate courses include topics such as lean enterprise, strategic planning, procurement, supply chain systems design and organizational research.

University of Wisconsin - Superior

The city of Superior is home to the University of Wisconsin - Superior, a 4-year university that began as a teacher's college in 1893. Through the Department of Business and Economics, students can pursue a Bachelor of Science in Transportation and Logistics Management. Program courses include topics such as economic geography, supply chain management and intermodal transportation.

University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

In the Southeastern Wisconsin town of Whitewater, the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater was founded in 1868, joining the university system in 1971. The College of Business and Economics and the Department of Management offer a BBA in Supply Chain and Operations Management with program courses covering operations integration, planning, quality management, purchasing, logistics and global strategies. Graduate students can pursue an MBA with a specialization in supply chain management. Graduate courses include topics such as global operations management and strategy, innovation management, supply chain systems and operations quality.

School Comparison: At a Glance

School Name School Type and Setting Supply Chain Management Degrees Offered 2018-2019 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
Fox Valley Technical College 2-year public;
Midsize suburb
Associate of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management $4,565 (in-state)*,
$6,578 (out-of-state)*
Lakeshore Technical College 2-year public;
Rural
Associate in Applied Science in Supply Chain Management $4,247 (in-state)*,
$6,260 (out-of-state)*
Milwaukee Area Technical College 2-year public;
Large city
Associate in Applied Science in Supply Chain Management $4,589 (in-state)*,
$6,602 (out-of-state)*
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College 2-year public;
Midsize city
Associate of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management $4,479 (in-state)*,
$6,492 (out-of-state)*
University of Wisconsin - Madison 4-year public;
Midsize city
Bachelor of Business Administration - Supply Chain Management specialization,
Master of Business Administration - Supply Chain Management specialization
$10,555 (in-state)*,
$36,805 (out-of-state)*
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee 4-year public;
Large city
Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain and Operations Management,
Master of Business Administration - Supply Chain and Operations Management specialization,
Doctor of Philosophy in Management Science - Supply Chain and Operations Management concentration
$9,588 (in-state)*,
$20,867 (out-of-state)*
University of Wisconsin - Stout 4-year public;
Distant town
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Supply Chain Management emphasis,
Master of Science in Operations and Supply Chain Management
$9,457 (in-state)*,
$17,424 (out-of-state)*
University of Wisconsin - Superior 4-year public;
Midsize suburb
Bachelor of Science in Transportation and Logistics Management $8,126 (in-state)*,
$15,699 (out-of-state)*
University of Wisconsin - Whitewater 4-year public;
Distant town
Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain and Operations Management,
Master of Business Administration - Supply Chain Management specialization
$7,692 (in-state)*,
$16,265 (out-of-state)*

Source: *NCES College Navigator

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