Supply Chain and Logistics Track Integrates Business and Marketing Coursework Giving ISE Students a Career Edge
Future graduates of Integrated Systems Engineering will be ready to go to work armed with Knowledge to manage supply chain and logistics functions – skills that previously were acquired after many years working in the industry. In an effort to provide employers with desired skills in an increasingly competitive environment, The Ohio State University ISE Department is offering a supply chain management/logistics specialization to undergraduates.
The new track complements the recent addition of another area of specialization for the department: data analytics and data-driven optimization, which also has drawn both praise and interest from students, industry and alumni. Other specialization tracks available to students are: human systems integration & design, management systems & operations research and manufacturing engineering.