ANALYZE DATA CREATE EFFICIENCIES IMPROVE OPERATIONS
At Krannert, we never stop assessing and reimagining -- all in service to our students. Starting Fall 2022, incoming undergraduate students have two new Krannert majors to consider. These programs replace Supply Chain, Information and Analytics. It's an exciting time at Krannert, as we continue to respond to the needs of both the marketplace and our students.
Let us introduce you to our two new degree programs, the BS in Business Analytics and Information Management program (BAIM) and the BS in Supply Chain and Operations Management program (SCOM).
Business Analytics and Information Management
Our Supply Chain, Information and Analytics major is for problem solvers. Data is collected, stored in databases, analyzed and used to create efficiency in operations. You’ll study statistical analysis, data modeling and database management. Graduates have expertise in management information systems, supply chain and operations. With a data-driven approach, graduates are optimizing business performance as data analytics managers, IT consultants, and logistics analysts.
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"One of the things that I think is often surprising to the students is the degree to which there is not one correct answer and becoming uncomfortable with some of that uncertainty. Really thinking through your reasoning on the problem more than just trying to get to a single correct answer."
Dr. Amy David, Clinical Assistant Professor, Supply Chain and Operations Management
Purdue recognizes the importance of clubs and organizations in the professional and personal development of its students. The Operations and Supply Chain Organization aims to provide its members a better understanding of the operations and supply chain careers along with knowledge that will aid in their studies.
The world is becoming increasingly interconnected, and including international experience within higher education has become crucial. As a Supply Chain major at Krannert, you'll have a wide selection of programs to choose from. From a short spring break trip to a whole semester or two, there's a program that will fit your needs. Choose to study in locations including Germany, Ireland, Italy, and Japan.