Shippensburg University is one of the best supply chain management schools in the United States.

That’s according to Study.com’s recently published 2020 rankings. Ship came in at number two on the list. The website evaluated hundreds of schools based on academic and career resources for supply chain management students, program accessibility, quality of education and other factors.

Study.com’s profile of Ship for this ranking reads in part, “Shippensburg University allows undergraduate SCM students the chance to choose electives and design a course of study tailored to their specific career goals.”

“The Grove College of Business supply chain management program is one of the best in the nation and this ranking is a testament to its high quality. This AACSB accredited program impacts the region, the nation and the world,” Dr. John Kooti, Dean of the John L. Grove College of Business, said.

Ship’s College of Business offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Supply Chain Management. Students also have the option to pursue a concentration in logistics management. Graduate students can pursue a Business Administration, Supply Chain Management Concentration, M.B.A., a program recently ranked by College Consensus in its survey for the Best Online Supply Chain Management MBAs.

Study.com recently recognized other Ship business programs. The university was named to relevant lists as a top school for marketing (#3), human resources management (#3) and finance (#31). Elsewhere, Ship was recently lauded for financial planning and its Master of Business Administration program by Financial Planning and The Princeton Review, respectively.

View the entire 2020 Best Supply Chain Management Schools list at Study.com.