Courses like supply chain management are available only in a handful of universities. I chose Rutgers Business School because of its goodwill and the program structure. Here the online application was to be submitted with an essay and a non-refundable $75 fee.
The entire curriculum ranges from Business, Statistics, Finance, Analysis to Economics, Strategy and Market research. These topics are explained in depth.
The Supply Chain Management program is a demand and the pass outs of these programs are preferred by the employers especially in business management and finance sectors. Proof of English language proficiency (TOEFL-91) and high school certificates are also to be provided. Apart from all this, I was also required to submit my SAT scores of 1185.
75% of graduates from the supply chain management program get job placements before graduation. The career management cell partners with a number of business firms and our alumni to create job opportunities for us.
There is a number of events and seminars held on campus. College exploration day also seems just like an event.
The undergrad fee differs for New Jersey residents and others. The annual tuition fee for a non-jersey resident is roughly around $30000. Financial aid and scholarship are available on a merit basis. I made the payment through an online bank transfer payment method.
My course falls under the newly introduced category but all my course faculty seems to have lived with each and every concept of the course. They have made me understand the importance of patience and a calm mind while dealing with business and numbers.
The university's campus offers residence options only for the academic year. The double-occupancy residence hall is equipped with all facilities and meal plans offer 210 meals costs about $13000 on annual basis.
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