Operations Management

The operations management concentration is designed to equip students with the methods, models, and processes to contribute to the design, development, production, and distribution of products and services.

You develop both your practical and analytical decision-making skills and the entrepreneurial thought needed to manage business operations for a startup venture.

This is a growing and in-demand field. Operations management careers include positions such as project manager, business analyst, inventory manager, and consultant, and you have the skills to work across disciplines, from supply chain management to product development.

Course Spotlight

OIM 3509 – Project Management

Project management is one of the most in-demand industries, as every industry from utilities to IT to finance needs a strategic, organized thinker to keep everything on track. In this course, you use project management tools and methodologies to learn the critical skills and best practices for leading cross-team projects of all sizes. The course focuses on case-study discussions and teaching practical applications all project managers use. 

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Sponsoring Division: Operations & Information Management

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