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College Decisions:- Supply Chain Management and OR

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College Decisions:- Supply Chain Management and OR [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2013, 00:53
Hello all,

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 in Operations Research:- Sauder School of Business (UBC)
5. Master of Management Studies (FOB):- Fuqua School of business (Duke)

Now, Maryland's SCM program is pretty solid, so is the rep of the university. Olin's program is pretty selective and has a small class size and impressive placement statistics.

OSU's logistics engineering program is highly ranked but I'm not sure about the reputation of the university in general. How does OSU stack up against WashU or the other big names?

The MMOR program at Sauder sounds really good plus Sauder is a lot cheaper than the US B-schools. However, I could not find any employment statistics or alumni forums to get some more info on the program. So, I'd really appreciate any info on this one.

Finally, Duke's MMS Program- relatively new, past batches have described it as a really beneficial experience. The employment statistics are good too. However, is the curriculum well suited for someone who wants to work as an OR analyst or consultant for a supply chain consulting firm?


Thanks!
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