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Operations Management Concentration

Efficient effective management of all organizational resources is crucial to the competitiveness and survival of all modern businesses and nonprofits alike in an increasingly 24-7 world. Courses in the Operations Management concentration provide a thorough examination of the fundamentals of production planning and control; quality management; facility oversight and utilization; vertical and horizontal supply-chain design and logistics as well as global operation strategies and effective use of information systems. Lean production management concepts and resource optimization techniques receive special attention, which are essential given narrowing production margins and increasing global competition levels.

Concentration Requirements

A minimum of 9 credit hours from any of the following 300 and 400 level elective courses is required to complete an Operations Management Concentration in addition to a student’s Business Administration major.

Three Elective Courses Listed Below (9 credits)

  • BUS 360 Supply Chain Management (3 Credits)
  • BUS 361 Systems and Operations (3 Credits)
  • BUS 362 Global Operations and Logistics (3 Credits)
  • BUS 363 Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement Management (3 Credits)
  • BUS 364 Service Management (3 Credits)
  • BUS 366 Lean Production (3 Credits)
  • BUS 467 Seminar in Operations and Systems (3 Credits)