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Ph.D. Program in Supply Chain Management

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A supply chain consists of suppliers/vendors, manufacturers, distributors and retailers interconnected by transportation, information and financial infrastructure with an objective of providing value to the end consumer in terms of products and services, and for each channel participant to garner a profit in doing so. A supply chain also requires financial and information flows between channel members. Managing all these flows effectively and efficiently requires a systems approach to successfully identify, analyze and coordinate the interactions among the entities. Integrated management of these flows given the often-conflicting objectives of the channel members and the continuously evolving dynamic structure is the main focus of supply chain management (SCM) and includes core areas of logistics, operations, supply and distribution management.

Our PhD program in SCM is a full-time residential program that is designed to train students for academic faculty positions at leading universities worldwide upon graduation. After degree completion, students will have developed capability to recognize supply chain research problems that are managerially relevant, analyze them in a scholarly way and provide solutions for addressing them. This training is accomplished through the doctoral seminars, research methodology courses that students take and successful completion of research projects and a dissertation while in the program. Students are also trained on how to teach by serving as instructional/teaching assistants and course instructors.

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Professor Vanessa Patrick,
Director of Doctoral Programs


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Welcome to our PhD program in Supply Chain Management at the University of Houston. I hope you find the information we are providing online to be informative. If you would like additional information about our program, please feel free to contact me.

Dr. Robert L. Bregman

PhD Coordinator, Supply Chain Management

RBregman@uh.edu
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