EMIL Expands Name to EMIL-SCS

Barbara Christopher
Industrial and Systems Engineering
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Atlanta (October 6, 2009) - In the fall of 2009, the Executive Masters in International Logistics (EMIL) through the support and guidance of its Advisory Board, alumni, and staff elected to expand its name to the Executive Masters in International Logistics & Supply Chain Strategy (EMIL-SCS). This expanded name more appropriately and accurately reflects the comprehensive education provided by EMIL-SCS to senior executives working within the many principals of supply chain management.

For more than 10 years EMIL-SCS, through the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, has provided an extensive curriculum focused on international logistics, business management and supply chain strategy. By adding supply chain strategy to the program name we are more clearly representing the core teaching of EMIL-SCS and differentiating the program in the eyes and minds of the experienced supply chain professional.

The EMIL-SCS Program is a unique 18-month masters program designed to fit the busy work schedules of executives, allowing the company to keep key employees on the job while they participate in five (5) two-week residences. The academic curriculum is designed to cover the extended supply chain and regional differences across Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the United States. EMIL-SCS provides participants with the analytical skills and intellectual framework needed to succeed in designing and implementing creative supply chain strategies and global logistics solutions necessary to compete in today's global markets.

The EMIL-SCS Program is offered through the # 1 nationally ranked Industrial and Systems engineering school at Georgia Tech. Please visit our website at http://www.emil.gatech.edu/ for more detailed information.

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  • Created On: Sep 30, 2009 - 8:00pm
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