​The Supply Chain Management Institute

Transform your supply chain into world-class status.

From our research-led workshops to our tight-knit connections with associations like CSCMP, APICS and ISM, the Supply Chain Management Institute (SCMI) keeps working professionals and students on top of the latest industry knowledge—and equips them with best practices for advancing overall performance in integrated logistics and supply chain management.

We offer annual events where professionals gain new skills and strategies they can use to help your organization's supply chain reach new levels of efficiency. Like our Fall Forum and Spring Symposium, which attract hundreds of practitioners every year and introduces them to innovative supply chain concepts through real-world case studies and interactive workshops

As part of our mission to develop leaders in the supply chain field, we support students through experiential learning—like giving them access to real company's operations through company visits and plant tours—and hosting one of the nation's only dedicated annual supply chain-focused career fairs.

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Advance your career with a degree related to supply chain.

Choose from an undergraduate minor to the MBA concentration to the top-ranked master's in supply chain management program, approved by the Institute for Supply Management.

Get involved.

Here are some of the many ways you can help us advance education, career development and organizational success in the supply chain management field.

Become a sponsor Become a sponsor Get high-level visibility and recognition for your organization by sponsoring one of our annual industry conferences, the Fall Forum and Spring Symposium, or one of our frequently offered professional development seminars/workshops.
Students in class Donate to SCMI Give to our self-sustaining center so we can continue to keep our robust educational and career programs available.
Attendees at conference Become a Board Member Help guide our work. Provide real-world experiential education or mentoring opportunities to students by joining our board.

For More Information

Contact Karen Kukta, program manager, at kkukta@sandiego.edu or (619) 260-7903.