A master's degree in Operations Management can give you the skills you need to get ahead in the workplace.

What is Operations Management?

Operations Management is a set of activities that creates value by transforming inputs into outputs.  Operations Management involves the 10 strategic decisions: design of goods and services, managing quality, process and capacity design, location strategy, layout strategy, human resource and job design, supply-chain management, inventory management, scheduling, and reliability and maintenance. 

Program Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  1. Apply the skills and techniques required to lead and manage complex global operations involving processes, technology, and people.
  2. Design plans and controls to create value through strategic, tactical, and operational change.  
  3. Design plans and controls to lead and manage multi-disciplinary projects.
  4. Identify problems, analyze alternatives, and design solutions considering financial, environmental, and societal impact.
  5. Use quantitative techniques and models to analyze data to support decision-making.
  6. Assess legal, regulatory, professional, and ethical corporate and individual responsibilities.
  7. Write and present to stakeholders and senior decision makers.

Calendar

2017-2018 Academic Year

 

  • Fall 8-week 1 (2017)
    August 21 - October 10, 2017

  • Fall 8-week 2 (2017)
    October 11 - December 7, 2017

  • Spring 8-week 1 (2018)
    January 16 - March 6, 2018

  • Spring 8-week 2 (2018)
    March 7 - May 3, 2018

  • Summer 8-week 1 (2018)
    May 29 - July 19, 2018