Global Supply Chain Management: A Student’s Perspective

Global Supply Chain Management: A Student’s Perspective


So as a freshman Supply Chain major I
was able to take the introduction class with Professor Miller, GSC 115, and then I
also was able to attend a bunch of on-campus events, actually ran by the
supply chain Club. So one of the ones that I really enjoyed was David Steiner
from SAP. As a sophomore and an athlete at Rider I
have enjoyed pursuing my Supply Chain major while taking other business
administration classes. These classes such as finance, accounting, management
and economics have all helped me with Supply Chain because they’re all
interconnected and they helped me grow and explore the industry more with the
help of Dr. Miller. Even with my busy schedule, he is always there for me, helps
me stay on top of things and has really given me good guidance and support to
help me with Supply Chain. As a junior, being a global supply
chain major you actually are able to take more advanced classes such as the
GSC 385 and you actually learn about information systems and softwares that
really help you with your future career, like Tableau, SAP and you do, actually
over the whole semester, you do like an EMP sym game, you play a game and you
manage your inventory, allocate your products and really learn how to work and
with all real world softwares. I chose Rider because the faculty
here really cares about its students and is very knowledgeable in the field.
Everybody from the faculty, who has worked at top companies for many years,
to the college career center who has helped me with my resume and perfected
my interview skills, have been much help. I’ve also learned a lot of transferrable
skills through my logistics, manufacturing and analytical classes
that I’ve been able to apply in my internship.

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