Process Management & Consulting

This curriculum is offered for students entering the foundation semester prior to the Fall of 2015.  The process management & consulting major is designed for students interested in managing and leading organizations or consulting with organizations.  Students develop skills and tools needed to design more effective processes and make quicker and better decisions.  Students graduating with a process management & consulting major are likely to pursue careers in both the private and public sectors in areas such as strategy, information technology, operations, healthcare administration, and organizational transformation.  In addition to the core curriculum, students take:

Required Courses (3 credits each)

BUAD 431 Strategic Analysis & Consulting
BUAD 437 Change Management & Organizational Transformation
BUAD 466 Developing Business Intelligence

Electives (3 credits each unless otherwise noted, choose 3 credits)

BUAD 441 Social Entrepreneurship
BUAD 459 Lean Processes & BUAD 461 Six Sigma (two 1.5 credit courses)
BUAD 461 Lean Six Sigma Toolkit 
BUAD 460 Big Data Analytics
BUAD 462 Healthcare Informatics
BUAD 464 Sustainability/Green Supply Chain
BUAD 465 Managing Supply Chains in a Digital Economy
BUAD 467 Applied Predictive Analytics
BUAD 469 Advanced Modeling Technqiues
BUAD 474 Negotiation
BUAD 482 Project Management
BUAD 492 Adv. Data Modeling & Management (formerly BUAD 467 - 1.5 credits)