Info Session on Master's Degree in Supply Chain Management Set for Feb. 1

Join the J.B. Hunt Transport Department of Supply Chain Management and the Graduate School of Business for an online information session at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 1.

Hear from current faculty, alumni and others associated with the program on topics including:

  • Online vs. in-person options

  • Curriculum model

  • Faculty experience & expertise

  • Cost/value

  • Sam M. Walton College of Business advantage

  • Next steps

Register to attend the information session to learn more about the No. 2-ranked graduate supply chain management program in North America (Gartner, 2022)

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Nathan Bramwell, marketing manager for the Supply Chain Management Department, at


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