A business school committed to leadership and innovation requires a distinctive home that fosters such a dynamic approach. In January 2009, the Ross School’s 270,000-square-foot building opened for classes.
Our facility is a 21st-century structure designed to help catalyze business education by supporting our unsurpassed commitment to action-based learning. It is a place built to nurture ideas that shape—and people who lead—complex, global organizations.
More than just a world-class learning facility, the building is also a reflection of the values that animate the Ross community. In form and function, it has been designed to support our collaborative culture, embody our commitment to environmental sustainability, and reflect our recognition of the importance of imagination in the affairs of the world.
Mike Duffy Executive VP of Global Manufacturing & Supply Chain Cardinal Health
"The MSCM Program delivers candidates who learn to think and act like general managers. Having leaders with both supply chain expertise and strong business acumen is critical for us to deliver on our goals and strategies."
Suresh Krishna VP of Global Operations and Integration Polaris Industries Inc.
"Working with faculty and students on Tauber projects is a great way for me to tap some tremendous expertise and generate results in a very, very short period of time. That connection between industry and academia is a unique cornerstone of this program."
Sanjay Ramaswamy Chief Information Officer, Supply Chain Johnson & Johnson
"There’s an incredible openness on the part of the Ross faculty to invite industry leaders’ ideas about what is most relevant to the work we do. By shaping the curriculum, CAC members help make sure MSCM students hit the ground running."
Samar Sarma Principal Consultant, Value Chain Planning Group Oracle
"As an alumnus, I feel the one-year format is perfect for the person who is sure about a career in supply chain management. You get into industry quickly and see a fast return on your investment. I enjoy sharing my perspective as a member of the CAC."