Supply and Value Chain Center
Chicago's Academic Hub for Supply Chain Management and Logistics
The Supply and Value Chain Center (SVCC) of the Quinlan School of Business of Loyola University Chicago is dedicated to the development of leading-edge strategies and practical solutions to problems encountered by the business community relative to the management of the end-to-end supply chain.
To serve the needs of the growing Chicago business community and beyond, the center provides the common platform where industry leaders and academics can exchange ideas and advance knowledge in Global Supply Chain Management. The center takes a pragmatic approach towards advancing the understanding and practice of supply chain management: demand forecasting and management; strategic sourcing and procurement; manufacturing and operations; inventory management; distribution; and transportation management. The center builds on this knowledge to penetrate emerging areas of importance such as sustainability, risk management, demand driven supply networks, outsourcing, and reshoring.
Read the official announcement of the Supply and Value Chain Center here.
For more information on the center, please contact Director John Caltagirone.
About the MS in Supply Chain Management Program
The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management degree offered by Loyola's Quinlan School of Business is one of the few specialized supply chain management degree programs in the nation and the only one offered by an accredited business school in Illinois.
Interested in learning more or applying to the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management?