Operations & Supply Chain Management

This concentration helps students to analyze and manage activities in all types of businesses from the manufacturing and distribution of physical goods, to the delivery of information products and services. This background is informative to those who manage the customer-facing processes through which value is derived as well as the support or “back-office” functions. The breadth of course offerings is such that students can focus on supply chain operations, service operations , information systems, or healthcare. This background is also beneficial for consultants who advise managers how to improve these types of operations.

Concentration Requirements
(12 credit hours required)
Fall Semester
Enterprise Engineering Career Acceleration Module (Required)
Spring Semester
Supply Chain Management (Required) + one course from list *
  • Lean Toolkit & Lean Six Sigma w/ project
  • Advanced Modeling
  • Project Management
  • Negotiations
* Subject to availability