Operations and Supply Chain Management, B.S.

The bachelor degree in Operations and Supply Chain Management produces career-ready graduates to meet the growing demand for employees with this skill set. The program of study consists of both a theoretical and hands-on, practical approach to learning. Practical knowledge is gained by requiring each graduate to sit for at least one professional industry certification exam (Domo, Lean, Six Sigma, Project Management), and complete either an internship or an independent study applying skills and tools learned throughout their coursework. Further, students will benefit from the program’s connection with industry leaders who advise program directors regarding course offerings and course content that is most valuable on the job market. Students will also be provided multiple opportunities to interact and network with industry partners on in-class projects, internships, and full-time employment post-graduation. Students will gain knowledge in core topics such as analytics for business decisions, business decision optimization, supply chain management, simulation for business applications, and quality management tools and techniques (Lean, Six Sigma, Theory of Constraints, etc.). Graduates will be prepared to enter the job market in a variety of industries such as technology, healthcare, supply chain, manufacturing, distribution, and logistics.

Matriculation Requirements

Complete one of the following: 1
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Business Computer Proficiency
Spreadsheet Applications
Complete the following:
ECON 2010Principles of Economics I SS3
ACC 2110Principles of Accounting I3
MGMT 2240Business Quantitative Analysis3
MGMT 2340Business Statistics I3
MKTG 220GWritten Business Communication GI WE3
MGMT 2400Data Analytics for Business3