The complexity of the global supply chain demands that businesses deliver better quality products and services—with the best customer service, in the fastest time, and with a high degree of customization. Students learn the analytical, problem solving, and behavioral management skills necessary not only to diagnose problems and improve current operating systems, but also to communicate and gather support for the required changes. Operations management and analysis graduates find careers as planners and analysts in the supply chain, distribution, manufacturing, and service industries.
Required Courses on all Four-Year Professional Programs (45 credits):
Choice of 9 credits of Operations Management and Analysis courses numbered 300 and above. Students may choose 3 credits from a closely related area outside this list with the approval of the Department Chairperson.