Operations managers are like architects; they see the blueprints behind the walls, and the staff power behind the construction. In other words, operations managers know how to build and run a business.
Do you identify better alternatives for conducting business when you encounter inefficiency and wastefulness? Do you think that data is a critical component to making decisions? Operations managers and business analysts are central to any team-they make businesses efficient and effective, base their decisions on sound, empirical evidence, and develop a holistic understanding of how a business functions.
What will I learn?
The curriculum prepares students to understand all facets of the business process, including quality assurance, demand planning, supply chain management, transportation and logistics, and staffing. Key courses include: Supply Chain Management, Introduction to Management Science, Business Processes and Enterprise Systems, and Business Intelligence.
What will I do with my degree?
Operations and Information Management majors are employed by industries and organizations for a variety of roles, including: manpower planning management, scheduling, enterprise resource planning, production, inventory control, product design, materials management, quality assurance, distribution and logistics.
Operations and Information Management is a field of study within the Bachelor of Business Administration degree at Isenberg School of Management.
To meet the graduation requirements for a BBA degree, every Operations Information Management major must complete the following coursework:
12 general education requirements
12 business core courses in topics like corporate finance, marketing fundamentals, operations management, accounting and management communications
5 OIM major courses in topics like project management and business intelligence and analytics
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OIM majors take positions in a broad spectrum of industries, including supply chain management, information systems, consulting, logistics, manufacturing, financial services, retail, and healthcare. Companies you may work for include: BOEING, Bose, Ernst & Young, FedEx, IBM, Liberty Mutual, Macys, and Pratt & Whitney.
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