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