Operations management is the heart of an organization. This growing field influences the design and management of products, processes, services, and supply chains. Those specializing in operation management roles consider the acquisition, development, and utilization of resources that firms need to deliver the goods and services their clients want. Career opportunities within the operations field are plentiful and diverse, but skills, experience, interests, and personal decisions will ultimately influence a person's career path. Additionally, the size, industry type, geographic scope, and organizational structure of a firm will help determine the best career path.
Katz alumni research shows that MBA students who choose the Operations concentration are hired into the following areas:
- Supply Chain Management / Logistics Management
- Project Management
- Performance Improvement / Strategy Operations Consulting
Year One, Fall (15 credits)
A foundational approach to business fundamentals.
Year One, Spring (15 credits)
Program refinement based on goals and concentration.
|BQOM 2421 Decision Technologies in Manufacturing and Operations Management||1.5|
|BSPP 2409 Strategic Management||1.5|
|BMIS 2409 Information Systems||1.5|
|BSEO 2401 Business Ethics and Social Performance||1.5|
Year Two, Fall and Spring (30 credits)
Leadership development and articulation of personal brand and mastery in all facets of business operations.
|BIND 2444 Management Simulation Capstone||3|