A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.
Students in the world of Business have an opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills in the field of supply chain management. This is a core area in the quality control of issues, in business and inventory management. Young business leaders and managers have a chance to explore the training and practical world of supply chain and management.
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The main aim of the PhD Program on Logistics and Supply Chain Management is to develop outstanding scholars who will pursue distinguished careers in research and education. Students work intensively with our faculty to create new knowledge in fields of interest such as supply chain coordination, inventory management, supply chain finance, supply chain risk management and security, and supply chain innovation. [+]
Built on a foundation of excellence, the <u>University at Buffalo Management PhD program will provide the training, education and skills you need to launch a successful academic career. Choose from six majors: accounting, finance, management science and systems, marketing, operations management and strategy, or organization and human resources. [+]
In the Supply Chain and Logistics PhD program you will develop advanced research skills that will prepare you for a career in academia and other settings in... [+]
PhD in Supply Chain and Logistics
In the Supply Chain and Logistics PhD program you will develop advanced research skills that will prepare you for a career in academia and other settings in which systematic and critical analytical skills are required.This PhD may be undertaken in a project, thesis by publication or thesis mode.You can specialise in:e-supply chain solution and collaboration freight logistics and warehousing global supply chain design and optimisation lean logistics lean Six Sigma and quality management port management and maritime logistics retail logistics and supply chain simulation reverse logistics and green supply chain supply chain complexity and risk supply chain and sustainability strategic procurement and low-cost country sourcing tourism and humanitarian logistics transport planning and spatial modeling. ... [-]