Camcode, Leading Provider of Asset Tags and Durable Bar Code Labels, Unveils Its List of the ‘Top 25 Supply Chain Management Degree Programs’

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New list names the best undergraduate degrees in supply chain management from colleges across the United States.

The Camcode Division of Horizons Incorporated, a global leader in barcode solutions for asset tracking, property management and warehouse management applications, has released its list of “The Top 25 Supply Chain Management Degree Programs.” You can see the full list here: http://www.camcode.com/asset-tags/top-supply-chain-management-degrees/

The Camcode list recognizes the top undergraduate degree programs from across the U.S. in the study of supply chain management. The list was compiled based on the depth and breadth of the educational offerings, including those which provide students with access to multi-disciplinary opportunities and ability to participate in research in the supply chain management field. Programs were also chosen on the basis of recommendations by leading supply chain professional associations, such as the Institute for Supply Management.

“Supply chain management is a growing field, providing graduates with ample employment opportunities as leaders across a variety of industries,” says Joe, Brunemann, Chief Operations Officer for Camcode. “Students who want a well-rounded education which can be applied in a number of settings can’t go wrong majoring in supply chain management. As leaner times increase the need for more efficient supply chain processes and protocols, supply chain leaders will continue to be in high demand.”

The Camcode list of top degree programs in supply chain management includes Rutgers University, with a curriculum focused in global sourcing project management, procurement and business risk analysis, logistics operations optimization, and more, and Penn State University, which is consistently ranked among the top five educational institutions in supply chain management by Gartner and other resources.

Penn State University’s supply chain management undergraduate program is offered through the Smeal College of Business and provides students with ample opportunities for inter-departmental collaboration, a useful experience for the multi-faceted roles supply chain professionals encompass.

The University of North Texas’ undergraduate program in Logistics & Supply Chain Management is also among the best programs in the nation. The program is influenced by the Dallas/Fort Worth Roundtable of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, the North Texas Commission's Logistics Development and Marketing Committee, and an advisory board of 20 senior logistics executives, providing students with the most thorough experience in supply management with an education aligned with modern standards and principles.

Other top programs include those offered by the W.P. Carey School of Business, part of Arizona State University, Ohio State University, Michigan State University, and the Poole College of Management at North Carolina State University, among others.

For the full list of “The Top 25 Supply Chain Management Degree Programs,” go to http://www.camcode.com/asset-tags/top-supply-chain-management-degrees/

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Founded in 1979, Camcode is a recognized worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of durable pre-print barcode labels, such as asset tags (http://www.camcode.com/asset-tags.html), warehouse labels and UID labels for asset tracking, supply chain management and unique identification (UID) applications. Camcode’s asset tags improve the efficiency of asset tracking systems by eliminating errors caused during manual data collection and increasing data acquisition speed. Camcode’s Metalphoto® anodized aluminum barcode labels, premium plastic label constructions, and proprietary coating technologies satisfy the most demanding applications. For more information, visit http://www.camcode.com/ or call 800-627-3917. Metalphoto® is a registered trademark of Horizons Incorporated.

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