The Supply Chains and Operations Management concentration prepares you for a career in leadership with the skills you'll need to develop strategies and effectively manage operations in manufacturing and service industries.
In addition to classical operations management concepts, the curriculum covers new developments in supply chain management, including manufacturing resource planning, optimized production technology, and just-in-time systems. You'll also cover developments in automation and the design and management of cellular systems and flexible automation, human resources, cost accounting, information systems and qualitative and quantitative tool and techniques.
Your career opportunities include positions in management at all levels: in line and staff functions in both service and manufacturing industries. In addition, you'll be prepared for positions in planning and control, materials management, quality assurance, industrial engineering, systems analysis, maintenance, marketing operations, internal audit and careers in management consulting.
The School of Managment is a member of the SAP University Alliances Program and incorporates training in SAP software, including ERP systems, in MBA and MS coursework.
If you do not have at least one year of qualifying work experience, you will need to complete an internship at a manufacturing organization or in an operations management function at a service firm. Students have served as interns in a wide variety of corporate settings, including: