UNT Department of Supply Chain Management ranked #4 nationally in Gartner’s 2024 rankings

Wednesday, July 3, 2024

Brian Sauser, Chair, Department of Supply Chain ManagementThe University of North Texas and the G. Brint Ryan College of Business is proud to announce the Department of Supply Chain Management has been ranked #4 in the prestigious Gartner Supply Chain University Top 25 Rankings for 2024. This recognition underscores the college's commitment to excellence in education and its significant impact on the field of supply chain management.

Gartner’s supply chain rankings are widely regarded as the premier benchmark for global supply chain excellence, evaluating organizations and academic institutions based on their capabilities in advancing supply chain practices and strategies through curriculum, real-world experience and industry relevance.

"We are honored to be recognized as the #4 supply chain university by Gartner," said Brian Sauser, Chair of the Department of Supply Chain Management. "This achievement is a testament to the dedication of our faculty, the quality of our students, the engagement of our corporate partners, and our commitment to preparing future leaders in supply chain management."

The Department of Supply Chain Management has consistently demonstrated leadership in the field through innovative coursework, cutting-edge research, and impactful partnerships with industry leaders. This recognition from Gartner reflects the college’s ongoing efforts to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in today's dynamic global marketplace.

The department has developed its unique, sustainable competitive advantage by developing teaching, research and service programs which recognize the globalization of business, and which integrate those programs with the assets that arise from the DFW region's position as a center of national retailing and a domestic and international center of distribution.

“This is an outstanding achievement for our university and the economic growth of our region,” said Dr. Marilyn Wiley, Dean of the G. Brint Ryan College of Business. “Our dedication to developing industry-ready professionals places our students in high demand. We are honored to be recognized by Gartner and are committed to continuing our tradition of excellence.”


From UNT News – G. Brint Ryan College of Business