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CSU Supply Chain Management Program Ranked Among Nation’s Best

CLEVELAND - Camcode, an internationally recognized supply chain corporation, has ranked the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Supply Chain Management at Cleveland State University’s Monte Ahuja College of Business among the top supply chain management programs in the nation. The College of Business was ranked alongside some of the elite business schools in the country including the Fisher College at Ohio State University, the Kelley School at Indiana University and the McCombs School at the University of Texas, Austin.

The Operations and Supply Chain Management department at the Monte Ahuja College of Business is one of the oldest stand alone supply chain management departments in Ohio, offering Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degrees, as well as a certificate in Supply Chain Management. In the last four years, the department has tripled its number of undergraduate students.

As recently reported in both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Businessweek, students with a targeted educational background in Supply Chain Management are in high demand for post-graduation employment. The program at the College of Business has a 90% placement rate with students pursuing careers in operations, logistics and supply chain management. The placement success of the department can be attributed in part to the strong relationships with major Northeast Ohio companies who provide opportunities for internships and post-graduation employment. 

The strength of the Supply Chain Management program at the Monte Ahuja College of Business derives from the commitment and dedication of the Department Chair, Dr. Oya Tukel, and her faculty who are active and committed researchers and involved with industry training programs and consulting activities.  

“The enthusiasm and passion for the subject area from both our faculty and the local companies we are involved with transfers directly to our students both in and out of the classroom, in turn positioning them for success in the marketplace. Our students are provided with learning opportunities and experiences that allow them to connect principles learned in the classroom with real-world practices for effective supply chain management,” said Dr. Tukel.

For more information on the Operations and Supply Chain Management programs at the Monte Ahuja College of Business, visit