U.S. News & World Report Ranks Michigan State and Georgia Tech as top supply chain and industrial engineering schools

U.S. News & World Report just released the new 30th edition of its college rankings. Below are the top ten schools for Supply Chain Management and Industrial Engineering.

Supply Chain Management/Logistics
1. Michigan State University
2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
3. Arizona State University—​Tempe
4. University of Tennessee
5. Tie: Ohio State University & Pennsylvania State University
7. Carnegie Mellon University
8. University of Michigan
9. University of Maryland
10. Purdue University

Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering
1. Georgia Institute of Technology
2. University of Michigan
3. University of California—​Berkeley
4. Purdue University
5. Northwestern University
6. Virginia Tech
7. Pennsylvania State University
8. Stanford University
9. University of Wisconsin
10. Cornell University

The 2015 edition of Best Colleges includes data on nearly 1,800 schools nationwide to help parents and students evaluate their options. Eligible schools are ranked on up to 16 measures of academic excellence.

The college ranking categories are based upon the 2010 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching classifications. The Carnegie classification system has been used by U.S. News since the first Best Colleges rankings in 1983, because they are accepted as the basis for classifying schools by most higher education researchers.

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