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College decisions [#permalink] New post 09 Dec 2013, 05:34
Hello,

I am trying to choose one out of the following programs:-

1. M.S. Supply Chain Management- Olin Business School (WashU)
2. MSB Supply Chain Management:- Smith School of Business (Maryland)
3. MSB Logistics Engineering:- Fisher School of Business (OSU)
4. Master of Management:- Simon Business School (Rochester)
5. Master of Management Studies (FOB):- Fuqua School of business (Duke)

My profile:-

Country:- India
GMAT :- 710
GPA :- 8.89/10
UG Discipline:- B.S Nautical Technology
Work experience:- 1 year internship and 6 months FT as 3rd Mate with a Japanese maritime logistics company.
Career goal after graduation:- Consulting with a focus on supply chain optimization and sustainability.

How do the Simon and Duke programs compare against each other?

Which is the better SCM program- WashU OR OSU OR Maryland?



Thanks!

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Re: College decisions [#permalink] New post 10 Dec 2013, 11:41
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Hi there,

Congrats on your GMAT score. My suggestion would be to do research among professionals in your desired post-grad school role/industry to determine what programs will open the most doors to your career. And look closely at the employment statistics of each program-- where do grads go? What companies and areas etc? Region can also be relevant. Masters in Supply Chain management are not our top area of expertise, but certainly as an overall brand Duke probably stands out on your list. But again, you want to research the programs, and where their grads go, the curriculum, etc. Good luck!
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